Feedbooks acquires Aldiko ereading app

By Susan Lulgjuraj
May 28, 2014 // 1 Comment

Feedbooks announced the acquisition of Aldiko, an Android ereading app that has more than 20 million downloads. Feedbooks began in June 2007 and has added a number of initiatives over the years such as a web e-book creation tool, and offers a distribution channel. Now it will have its own ereading [...]

Aldiko Updates to 3.0. Sporting a New Look

By Juli Monroe, TeleRead
October 9, 2013 // 1 Comment

Aldiko was the first third-party ereading app I used on Android, and I was quite happy with the reading experience. However, I wasn’t as thrilled with the library interface. I recently tried the 3.0 update, and I like it much better. You can tag and sort into collections. The look is [...]

Adding Custom Fonts to E-reading apps

By Juli Monroe, TeleRead
September 10, 2013 // 7 Comments

Ever found an e-reading app you like, but the font choices drive you crazy? Not all apps support loading your own fonts, but several Android apps do, notably Aldiko, Moon+ Reader and Mantano. Note that iOS users are out of luck, although jailbreaking your device might give you the ability. So how [...]

Why are the better e-reading apps only on one platform?

By Juli Monroe, TeleRead
March 6, 2013 // 13 Comments

E-book stores tend to have their apps on multiple platforms: Kindle, Nook, Kobo, etc. But the discerning e-book reader wants more features than those apps usually provide, so we start looking for third-party apps. And then we run into an issue. Think about some of the better-regarded e-reading [...]

Kindle for Android vs. Kindle for iOS

By Juli Monroe, TeleRead
January 14, 2013 // 10 Comments

A common complaint about Android apps in comparison to iOS apps is that Android apps are often missing features or seem “unfinished” and not as polished. While I’ve found that to be true in some cases, the Kindle app is a particularly grievous example. While books in the Android version are [...]

How to install the Aldiko Book Reader on Kindle Fire?

By Paul Biba
May 21, 2012 // 0 Comments

From the Aldiko blog: Many Kindle Fire users have asked us how to install the Aldiko Book Reader on their Kindle Fire, below we are going to share two easy methods to you. Downloading and installing directly to your Kindle Fire: (1) At the top of the Kindle Fire menu, select the Gear (settings) [...]

How to separate read and unread books in library in Aldiko

By Paul Biba
February 27, 2012 // 0 Comments

From the Aldiko Blog (blockquotes omitted): One question that we often received from you guys is “ Can I separate the books in my library into “read” and “unread”?” The answer is “Yes”. You can actually use Tags or Collections feature in the Aldiko Book Reader app to do so. Below [...]

Aldiko free ereader app exceeds 5 million downloads

By Paul Biba
January 9, 2012 // 0 Comments

From the Aldiko blog.  Congratulations! 5-million download is a pretty big number for a single app on a single mobile platform. Last December, thanks to all Aldikoans around the world, the Aldiko Book Reader app free version exceeded 5 million downloads. This is a big milestone for us. The Aldiko [...]

Aldiko Book Reader for Tablet is Here

By Paul Biba
December 7, 2011 // 0 Comments

From the Aldiko blog: After months of effort, the long-awaited tablet version of Aldiko Book Reader app is finally here, with a brand new user interface and many more optimized functions. Brand New User Interface We have optimized the user interface of the app to honeycomb tablets, providing you an [...]

Using Dropbox with Aldiko

By Paul Biba
October 10, 2011 // 1 Comment

From the Aldiko blog: At Aldiko, we always want to give you more freedom to choose what you read. You can buy books from different bookstores and you can add your own favorite bookstores in the app; you can also transfer your own books and documents to the Aldiko app through the Import feature. [...]

Aldiko wins Laptop Magazines Best eReader app contest

By Paul Biba
February 7, 2011 // 0 Comments

The contestants were Kindle, Nook, Aldiko 2.0, Stanza dn iBooks. Aldiko was the winner. No a giant response, but here are the numbers: Kindle 58 votes Nook 151 votes Aldiko 2.0 169 votes Stanza 20 votes iBooks 20 votes Total 418 [...]

Aldiko 2.0 now available for Andoid

By Paul Biba
January 18, 2011 // 0 Comments

The long-awaited Aldiko 2.0 is now here! You can download it from the Android market or on our website. The Aldiko 2.0 brings you a brand-new user interface, new features and additional eBook format support. Highlights of Aldiko 2.0 are: * Supporting ePub and PDF eBook formats, as well as Adobe DRM [...]

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