A detailed review of the Apple iPad, with an in-depth look at the iPad as an ebook reader and PDF viewer, using apps like iBooks, Kindle, Kobo, and others.
All the other ebook reader reviews listed predate the existence of this blog, so here’s a list of the most recent. Barnes and Noble Nook Review » Sony PRS-900 Review » Sony PRS-900 PDF Review » iRex DR-800 Review » Sony PRS-300 Pocket Edition Review » Sony PRS-600 Touch Edition Review »
On the eve of the release of the Apple iPad, Amazon has made their Kindle app for the iPad official. Key info from the press release: Features of the Kindle App for iPad include: Automatically Syncs with Kindle and Kindle Compatible Devices: Amazon's Whispersync technology automatically syncs customers' last page read, bookmarks, notes, and highlights […]
Well, the Apple iPad arrives tomorrow, so let the hype begin. I was trying to watch the 11 video demos of the iPad that Apple has on their website but I kept having trouble with them not working properly. Luckily, Apple has them uploaded to YouTube so I created a custom playlist widget with all […]
Just a quick note, Kobo has added a couple of videos about their new Kobo Reader to YouTube. One has been added to our Kobo eReader page and the other is a teaser that doesn't reveal much. Also, 2 days ago they put up a sneak peak of the Kobo Reader software on the iPad. […]
The counterfeit iPad sells for $290 (2000 yaun). A closer look at the picture reveals that it looks nothing like the original. It has a D-pad, a stylus . . .
First off, Apple has put up 11 video tours of the iPad here. The iBooks app looks interesting, indeed. There are several different font sizes and font type options, with 2 page landscape mode and a look-up function that you can use to search terms on the web as well as the built-in dictionary. There's […]