FBReader is an open source e-book reader that makes it simple to access free literature. It runs on a variety of platforms including Linux and Linux-based mobile devices such as Siemens, Motorola, Sharp, Nokia, and Samsung smartphones.
FBReader supports some *.mobi files, but does not support DRM-protected version. This means FBReader can open free Kindle books only.
FBReader requires Qt4 library.
- Full screen mode.
- Screen rotation.
- Supports several open e-book formats: fb2, html, chm, plucker, palmdoc, ztxt, tcr (psion text), rtf, oeb, openreader, non-DRM’ed mobipocket, plain text, and epub.
- Reads directly from tar, zip, gzip, bzip2 archives (you can have several books in one archive).
- Supports a structured view of your e-book collection.
- Automatic library building.
- Automatically determines encodings.
- Automatically generates a table of contents.
- Keeps the last open book and the last read positions for all open books between runs.
- Automatic hyphenation (patterns for several languages are included).
- Searching and downloading books.
- CSS support for epub files.
- Text search.
- Footnotes/hyperlink support.
- Embedded images.
- Ability to use your own fonts (ttf and otf) with the software.
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