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Kobo Libra Inverted Mode

How to Use Inverted Text Mode on Kobo eReaders the New Easy Way

The night mode hack has been one of the more popular mods for Kobo’s ebook readers to read with white text on a black background, as some call inverted text mode. The older methods to get inverted mode to work kept getting broken with firmware updates, but nowadays there’s a much easier way to use […]

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Kobo Aura One Battery Drain Issue

Tips to Extend Battery Life on Kindles and Other eBook Readers

I’ve been doing some battery life tests with the new Kindle Oasis lately and it’s really surprising how big of a difference there is when just doing a few things to conserve battery life. You can literally quadruple or even quintuple battery life by simply turning off the frontlight—and that’s not an exaggeration when using […]

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15 Tips and Tricks for Onyx Boox Android eReaders

With the release of the new Onyx Boox Nova Pro and Note Pro, I’ve been using the two devices a lot lately so I thought I’d put together a list of tips and tricks for getting started. These type of Android ebook readers take a lot more time to setup and optimize than a basic […]

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Onyx Android

How to Enable Google Play App on Onyx Boox eReaders (Video)

Onyx’s ebook readers run Android 6.0 and have the ability to install apps from Google Play, but by default the Play Store app does not show up on Onyx’s ereaders until you enable it from the settings menu. However, enabling the app isn’t enough because it will just give an error message about the device […]

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Kindle Oasis

Here’s How to Increase Font Size on Kindle Dictionaries

Here’s a quick tip to read library definitions using larger font sizes on Kindles. I saw this tip mentioned over on Amazon’s Kindle help forum and was surprised I hadn’t noticed it or heard about it before. Unfortunately there is no way to increase the font size within the dictionary pop-up window, but you can […]

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Kobo Clara HD

Easily Install KOReader and Plato on Your Kobo eReader with One Click

One thing that’s nice about Kobo’s ebook readers is the fact that they are open to software modifications and users can choose to install alternate reading programs if they wish, including programs like KOReader and Plato. What’s nice is you can still use Kobo’s default software if you want to; the installed reading apps don’t […]

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Kindle Book Dots Screenshot

How to Change Your Kindle’s Homescreen to List View

Amazon recently updated the software on Kindle ebook readers and changed the homescreen layout so that you can now scroll up and down to see more content, mostly ad recommendations to purchase more ebooks. Luckily the new homescreen view can be turned off if you don’t like it and just want to view a list […]

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How to Update Your Kindle’s Software to the Latest Version

Here’s a quick tutorial on how to update your Kindle ebook reader to the latest software version that Amazon offers. Some people have been asking why their new Kindle Paperwhite lacks some of the features shown in the video review, such as the option to disable the touchscreen, and it’s because the software isn’t up-to-date. […]

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