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Moon+ Reader

Moon+ Reader

Moon+ Reader is a powerful ebook reader with picture viewing and audio playing capabilities for the Android platform. It boasts a rich set of features.

Moon+ Reader in Action Moon+ Reader in Action

There is a commercial version that adds additional functionality and removes the adverts, although these are not obtrusive. As you can see from the above screenshot (right), no adverts appear on the lite version when reading books.

Features:

  • Supports online ebook libraries and personal Calibre ebook server
  • Read local books with smooth scrolling
  • Read thousands of ebooks for free, supports online ebook libraries (any OPDS format)
  • Supports txt, html, epub, umd, fb2, chm, zip
  • Full visual options: line space, font scale, bold, italic, shadow, justified alignment, alpha colors, fading edge etc
  • 10+ themes embedded, includes Day & Night mode switcher
  • Various types of paging: touch screen, volume keys or even camera, search or back keys
  • 24 customized operations (screen click, swipe gesture, hardware keys), apply to 15 customized events: search, bookmark, themes, navigation, font size and more
  • 5 auto-scroll modes: rolling blind mode; by pixel, by line or by page. Real-time speed control
  • Adjust the brightness by sliding your finger along the left edge of the screen, gesture commands supported
  • Intelligent paragraph; indent paragraph; trim unwanted blank spaces options
  • "Keep your eyes health" options for long-time reading
  • Real page turning effect with customized speed/color/transparent; 5 page flip animations
  • My Bookshelf design: Favorites, Downloads, Authors, Tags; self bookcover, search, import supported
  • Justified text alignment, hyphenation mode supported
  • Turn off softkey backlight in night mode option
  • Highlight, Annotation, Dictionary (Offline or Online, support Google, ColorDict, Fora, etc.), Translation, Share functions
  • Analyze chapters list automatically
  • Mini reading status bar
  • Management for reading history, bookmarks, notes and highlights.
  • Supports other font types
  • Supports background images
  • Keep the screen awake whilst reading
  • Switch full screen mode
  • 4 flip animations
  • Indent paragraph, trim blank spaces
  • Backup settings and bookshelf
  • Localized in 27 languages: English, Catalan, Danish, German, Bulgarian, Thai, Macedonian, Slovak, Ukrainian, Greek, Dutch, Polish, Indonesian, Korean, Romanian, French, Turkish, Czech, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Portuguese(Brazil), Hungarian, Russian, Swedish, Estonian, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional)
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Free (Ad-supported)
Seany Zhou

Verdict:

Moon+ Reader is a very powerful ebook reader which has an impressive raft of features but there are a number of annoying bugs to be resolved.

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Last Updated Saturday, September 28 2013 @ 10:29 AM EDT


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