moon+ reader

Moon+ Reader Pro sporting new Material Design

By Juli Monroe, TeleRead
January 6, 2015 // 9 Comments

Your Android device might not yet be running Lollipop (and you might be glad of that with recent reports of Lollipop woes), but you’ve probably noticed that many of your apps are sporting the new Material Design look. (Anyone else amused when an Apple app gets updated to a Material Design [...]

Adding Custom Fonts to E-reading apps

By libertyc
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 [...]

Setting up Moon+ Reader for Text-to-Speech Using Ivona

By libertyc
April 30, 2013 // 15 Comments

I was presenting at a seminar last week, and someone came up to me afterwards and said he’d bought my book and was enjoying it. His only complaint was that the Kindle for Android app didn’t support text to speech, and he wished he could listen to my book while he was driving. “No [...]

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

By libertyc
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 [...]

Moon+ Reader (app review)

By libertyc
February 13, 2013 // 7 Comments

Remember how I wrote that Whispersync was so important that I’d put up with a less feature-full app to have syncing between my Touch and Nexus 7? Oh, how things change. After Moon+ Reader was reinstated in the app store, I bought a copy to play around with. I figured it would be like other [...]

Moon+ Reader Back on Google Play! And On Sale!

By libertyc
February 8, 2013 // 0 Comments

Some of you may have read that Moon+ Reader was pulled from Google Play about a week ago, for a bogus copyright infringement claim. Nate over at The Digital Reader had a good story about it. A few days later, the developer had an apology from Litres, the company who made the bogus claim. I tried to [...]

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