Albite Reader is an open-source e-book reader for Java Mobile released under the Apache 2.0 License and developed by Svetlin Ankov. Works with EPUB, txt and (x)html files.
* anti-aliased bitmap font in four sizes with over 500 850 glyphs, including latin, cyrillic and greek
* hyphenation for 29 languages
* 23 character encodings, including UTF-8 and most of ISO-8859 and Windows-125x
* animated touch-guided scrolling
* horizontal and vertical scrolling
* on-touch dictionary look up
* units conversion: temperature, length, area, ...
* portrait and landscape view
* images and basic styling
* color profiles
* portable book settings
* table of contents
EPUB reader Known supported devices:
Nokia N8-00, E7-00, X7, C7, C6, E6 and S60v5 Touch (Nokia X6-00, Nokia C6-00, Nokia C5-03, Nokia 5800 XpressMusic, Nokia5530 XpressMusic, Nokia 5250, Nokia 5230 Nuron, Nokia N97
Foliant Amazing ebook reader for touch screen phones. Can read txt and fb2. Application running on modern phones and smartphones supporting Java. Its main functions are organizing your collection of books and comfortable reading them
djk-Microtext djk-Microtext - Features:
- backward and forward scrolling, line by line and page by page.
- background, foreground and scrollbars color chooser.
- zoom function (100% to 300%).
- autoscroll, for automatic scroll at specified time interval (0 seconds to 20 seconds).
- text rotation at 0, 90, 180, 270 degrees for optimal display
Books Open TXT files with UTF-8 encoding on your cell phone. Fullscreen landscape reading. Recent files list. Resume reading from the same line
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MobiReader Read all your pdfs and docs with your mobile
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