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WHETHER YOU’RE ON THE TRAIN, AT THE DOCTOR’S OFFICE, OR WAITING FOR YOUR UBER…

MegaReader is the all-new, intelligent, healthy alternative to scrolling through your Facebook feed (over and over and over again). With 2+ MILLION (free!) books to read... ...you’ll want to embrace being (anti) social...and grab your phone to be alone.

INSTANT DOWNLOAD (AND SUBSEQUENT DEVOURING)

Tap into a massive collection of wisdom on demand. To the outside world, you’ll look like you’re just liking photos of your friends’ babies, but only you will know what you’re really up to. (Hint: Being a super duper awesome intellectual.)

IT’S LIKE HAVING A CUTTING EDGE PUBLIC LIBRARY IN YOUR POCKET
(Minus the moldy smell)

Download now & get a modern new kind of library card, and access over two million+ books at no charge. Partnering with Smashwords, Feedbooks and Internet Archive, MegaReader isn't just an app: it's your new appy place.

FORGET SMALL, HARD TO READ text THAT ONLY A (VERY LITERATE) EAGLE COULD SEE.

How do you like your text? Big? Small? Triple-spaced? Single? Perhaps you'd like to paint your library purple—which you can do when you choose from 1,000s of colors to make your library uniquely yours.

DOWNLOAD BOOKS STRAIGHT TO YOUR DEVICE

No more buying books online and then having to send them into a separate eBook reader. With MegaReader, you can download books on the spot. The hot spot, that is.

EXTRA, EXTRA!

With bonus features—like timing how fast you read—this extraordinary eBook reader is for modern book lovers who want it all—and can finally have it.

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Primary: Books

Secondary: Education

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Version History

Launched Aug 29, 2010 (over 9 years ago).

Releasing new versions every 3 months, on average.

Aug 16
2019
(Current)
Version 3.9

• Bug fixes.

Aug 12
2019
Version 3.8

Bug fixes.

Aug 03
2018
Version 3.7.1

• Bug fixes.

Jul 11
2018
Version 3.7

New Smashwords catalog with 51,938 free books.

May 25
2018
Version 3.6

• Updated for GDPR.

Feb 09
2018
Version 3.5

• Bug fixes.

Nov 08
2017
Version 3.4

• iPhone X support.
• Bug fixes.

Nov 03
2017
Version 3.3

• iPhone X support.

Oct 20
2017
Version 3.2

• Bug fixes.

Oct 03
2017
Version 3.1

• Bug fixes.

Sep 22
2017
Version 3.0

• The app has been completely redesigned with a beautiful modern look.
• iOS 11 Support.

Mar 07
2017
Version 2.15

• Bug fixes.

Mar 01
2017
Version 2.14

• Bug fixes.

Feb 15
2017
Version 2.13

Add enhanced Baen and Internet Archive catalogs.

Feb 03
2016
Version 2.12

• Fix issue of not all starting letters being shown in catalog lists.

Jan 22
2016
Version 2.11

• Bug fixes.

Oct 13
2015
Version 2.10.2

• Bug fixes.

Oct 01
2015
Version 2.10.1

• iOS 9 support.
• Bug fixes.

Sep 18
2015
Version 2.10

• Bug fixes.

Jun 26
2014
Version 2.9.2

• Bug fixes.

Jun 19
2014
Version 2.9.1

• Bug fixes.

Mar 01
2014
Version 2.9

• Create bookmarks with notes.
• Remember books you want to download later with the Favorites feature.
• Bug fixes.

Sep 17
2013
Version 2.8

Updates for iOS 7.
New ManyBooks and Gutenberg catalogs.

Nov 06
2012
Version 2.7.4

Fix crash issue when download book with more than one author.

Nov 01
2012
Version 2.7.3

This is a bug fix release:
- Fix Baen catalog inaccessibility.
- Fix rotation lock issues on iOS 6.
- Fix stability issues.
- Clear message notification badge once messages read.

Oct 09
2012
Version 2.7.2

Bug fixes.

Sep 29
2012
Version 2.7.1

Support for iOS 6 and iPhone 5 and iPod touch (5th gen) 4-inch screen.

Sep 04
2012
Version 2.7

• iOS 6 support.
• Faster book catalog browsing.
• Notifications and feedback interface.
• Speed test button moved to action menu.
• Bug fixes.

Aug 03
2012
Version 2.6

MegaReader 2.6 improves book formatting, adds more fonts, and fully utilizes screen space while reading.

• Improved formatting of HTML in EPUB books.
• Hide status bar while reading (enabled in settings.)
• Top/bottom margin setting.
• Additional fonts.
• More precise adjustment of font size and other settings.

Apr 01
2012
Version 2.5.2

Many of you were asking for an easier way to import your own DRM-free EPUB books into MegaReader, so in version 2.5 we have added iTunes File Sharing. This allows you to drag books into (and out of) the MegaReader File Sharing section in iTunes.

To import books, select your device in iTunes, then the Apps tab, then select MegaReader in the file sharing section at the bottom, then drag and drop your books or select the Add... button.

In order to help organize all the books you are going to be importing into MegaReader, we have added a hierarchical author view. Now when you select the Author sort in the Library, there will only be one entry per author. If an author has more than one book then you can select that author to see all of their books listed.

We've also added support for keeping lots and lots of books in the app at once. We tested with over 2500 books and the app barely flinched - loading in less than 15 seconds. That's faster than it used to load with 50 books. And with fewer books it's even faster.

We hope you enjoy the update!

Feb 17
2012
Version 2.5.1

Many of you were asking for an easier way to import your own DRM-free EPUB books into MegaReader, so in version 2.5 we have added iTunes File Sharing. This allows you to drag books into (and out of) the MegaReader File Sharing section in iTunes.

To import books, select your device in iTunes, then the Apps tab, then select MegaReader in the file sharing section at the bottom, then drag and drop your books or select the Add... button.

In order to help organize all the books you are going to be importing into MegaReader, we have added a hierarchical author view. Now when you select the Author sort in the Library, there will only be one entry per author. If an author has more than one book then you can select that author to see all of their books listed.

We've also added support for keeping lots and lots of books in the app at once. We tested with over 2500 books and the app barely flinched - loading in less than 15 seconds. That's faster than it used to load with 50 books. And with fewer books it's even faster.

We hope you enjoy the update!

Feb 03
2012
Version 2.5

Update on crash issue: We have had reports of the app crashing when upgrading from an older release. We haven't been able to reproduce the issue and it seems to be happening on a very small subset of upgrades. The solution is to delete the app from your device and reinstall. If you need a hand with this, feel free to contact us at www.megareader.net/contact. We're really sorry for the inconvenience.

v.2.5:

Lots of you were asking us to make it easier way to import your own DRM-free EPUB books into MegaReader, so in version 2.5 we have added iTunes File Sharing. This allows you to drag books into (and out of) the MegaReader File Sharing section in iTunes.

To import books, select your device in iTunes, then the Apps tab, then select MegaReader in the file sharing section at the bottom, then drag and drop your books or select the Add... button.

In order to help organize all the books you are going to be importing into MegaReader, we have added a hierarchical author view. Now when you select the Author sort in the Library, there will only be one entry per author. If an author has more than one book then you can select that author to see all of their books listed.

We've also added support for having lots and lots of books in the app at once. We tested with over 2500 books and the app barely flinched - loading in less than 15 seconds. That's faster than it used to load with 50 books. And with fewer books it's even faster.

And, of course, there were the obligatory bug fixes, including:
- Fix for rotation bug that would sometimes cause half of the screen to get cut off.
- Fix for TOC issue where table of contents for some books wouldn't display properly.
- Fix for issue where images would sometimes not be displayed.
- Fix for Calibre2OPDS catalog formatting issues.
- Fix for issue caused when catalog "Load more..." was tapped more than once.

Nov 01
2011
Version 2.4.1

Coming soon:
- iTunes file sharing support.
- Hierarchical author view.
- Support for 2500+ books in the Library.
- Performance enhancements for faster loading.

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In this release we've added a swipe gesture brightness control, tap-zone configuration, zero-margins, a sepia color scheme, and bug fixes.

The brightness control allows you to change the brightness of the reading screen by swiping up and down on the screen with your finger. Swiping down decreases the brightness and swiping up increases it.

You can modify the brightness control behavior in settings: turning it off, or setting it to "System" or "Overlay".

The System brightness setting uses an iOS API to change the screen's brightness. This overrides the device's brightness setting for the duration of your current lock session; and will stay in force, even when you exit the app. To restore the brightness level to it's normal level, lock and unlock the device.

If you don't like how the System brightness setting works, you can choose the Overlay brightness option. This works the way the Stanza brightness setting did, by overlaying a semi-transparent black layer on top of the reading screen. Decreasing the brightness makes the overlay less transparent and increasing the brightness makes it more transparent. The advantages of the Overlay option are that it only effects the reading screen and you can make the reading screen darker than is possible with the screen brightness setting. The disadvantage is that it doesn't save battery life as the System brightness control will.

The tap-zone configuration setting allows you to configure what happens when you tap the edges of the screen. Before, tapping on the left side would always go to the previous page, and tapping on the right side of the screen would always go to the next page. Now you can configure all 4 sides and the 4 corners to whatever you want: bring up the menus, go to the next page, go to the previous page, do nothing, or even turn on and off the rotation lock and the heads up display. The default configuration is: tapping left, left top corner, or top center goes to the previous page; tapping right, right bottom corner, or bottom goes to the next page. Tapping center always goes to the menus.

You can now go all the way down to zero-pixel-width left and right margins.

And there is now a Sepia color scheme.

We've also fixed a few bugs, including:

A multitasking bug where if you left the app for a while, visited some other apps, and then returned, the app would skip forward a page and then repeat a page.

A bug that prevented logging into username/password protected catalogs, such as the Calibre catalog.

If you would like to have a say in what we work on next, go to the feedback forum at http://megareader.uservoice.com and vote for your favorite ideas or add new ones.

Oct 31
2011
Version 2.4.0

This is the first of several small, but regular releases to add features from the Stanza app that folks are missing.

In this release we've added a swipe gesture brightness control, tap-zone configuration, zero-margins, a sepia color scheme, and bug fixes.

The brightness control allows you to change the brightness of the reading screen by swiping up and down on the screen with your finger. Swiping down decreases the brightness and swiping up increases it.

You can modify the brightness control behavior in settings: turning it off, or setting it to "System" or "Overlay".

The System brightness setting uses an iOS API to change the screen's brightness. This overrides the device's brightness setting for the duration of your current lock session; and will stay in force, even when you exit the app. To restore the brightness level to it's normal level, lock and unlock the device.

If you don't like how the System brightness setting works, you can choose the Overlay brightness option. This works the way the Stanza brightness setting did, by overlaying a semi-transparent black layer on top of the reading screen. Decreasing the brightness makes the overlay less transparent and increasing the brightness makes it more transparent. The advantages of the Overlay option are that it only effects the reading screen and you can make the reading screen darker than is possible with the screen brightness setting. The disadvantage is that it doesn't save battery life as the System brightness control will.

The tap-zone configuration setting allows you to configure what happens when you tap the edges of the screen. Before, tapping on the left side would always go to the previous page, and tapping on the right side of the screen would always go to the next page. Now you can configure all 4 sides and the 4 corners to whatever you want: bring up the menus, go to the next page, go to the previous page, do nothing, or even turn on and off the rotation lock and the heads up display. The default configuration is: tapping left, left top corner, or top center goes to the previous page; tapping right, right bottom corner, or bottom goes to the next page. Tapping center always goes to the menus.

You can now go all the way down to zero-pixel-width left and right margins.

And there is now a Sepia color scheme.

We've also fixed a few bugs, including:

A multitasking bug where if you left the app for a while, visited some other apps, and then returned, the app would skip forward a page and then repeat a page.

A bug that prevented logging into username/password protected catalogs, such as the Calibre catalog.

Some known issues in this build:

The user guide is broken.

There are some intermittent rotational issues where the screen won't render properly on rotation. Rotating the device back and forth will fix it when this happens.

We'll be working on fixes for these and others in future releases.

If you would like to influence what we work on, go to the feedback area at http://megareader.uservoice.com and vote for your favorite ideas or add new ones.

Jul 06
2011
Version 2.3.2

iOS 5 Ready!

COMING SOON: Some of your favorite Stanza features such as gesture brightness control, tap zone configuration, zero margins, and paragraph spacing.

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MegaReader 2.3 adds a book position slider, allowing you to quickly jump around in a book. And now it will tell you how long to read to the end of the book (based on speed test result), as well as to the end of the chapter. The online catalogs now have an option to e-mail a book to yourself or open the book in an external app (e.g., iBooks or Kindle.) And, finally, we improved the app startup time (though it will take a bit longer to load the very first time.)

Enjoy!

♥ Please help us keep these updates coming by rating MegaReader on the app store. It just takes a moment. Look for the link below the MegaReader screenshots on iTunes. Thanks!

It just keeps getting better!

2.3.2 (6-July-2011)

• Book position slider.
• Get time to end of book (based on speed test).
• E-mail or export books from catalogs.
• Faster app loading.

2.2 (18-Feb-2011)
• Download DRM-free EPUBs from web and e-mail (iOS 4.0+).
• Localization in 10 additional languages.

2.1 (18-Jan-2011)
• Heads Up Display support.
• 6 new color schemes for use with heads-up-display, including "Amber Light", "Clear", "Green Tea", "Morning Fog", "Purple Haze", and "Rose Tinted".
• Transparency setting to adjust transparency of heads-up-display background.
• 1 more starter book:
- Art of Money Getting, P.T. Barnum

2.0.1 (15-Dec-2010)
• iPad/iPhone Universal app.
• Multi-column support on iPad.
• Integration with Instapaper 2.3.3.
• More fonts.

1.2 (11-Nov-2010)
• Page turn transition setting.
• Faster page transitions.
• iOS 4.2 support.
• 3 more starter books:
- The New Testament, King James version
- Tao Te Ching, Laozi
- The Prophet, Kahlil Gibran

1.1 (28-Sept-2010)
• Create your own mini-books by importing text (Pasteboards) into the app with copy and paste.
• MegaReader user guide.
• Support for standard OPDS 1.0 catalogs.

1.0 (29-Aug-2010):
Initial release.
• Over 1.8 million free ePub books.
• 6 catalogs (Gutenberg, Feedbooks, Baen, Smashwords, Munseys, Internet Archive)
• Search catalogs.
• Import your own DRM-free ePub books with Calibre
• Customize font face, font size, margins, justification, 1000s of colors.
• 19 designer color schemes.
• Rotation lock.
• Time how fast you read.
• Integration with iBookshelf app.
• iPhone 4 Retina display and iOS4 multitasking.
• 22 books to get started, including:
- 2 B R O 2 B
- Agatha Christie
- Pride and Prejudice
- Riders of the Purple Sage
- Sherlock Holmes
- Siddhartha
- The Art of Public Speaking
- The Art of War
- The Count of Monte Cristo
- The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
- The Science of Getting Rich
- The Secret Garden
- The Way of the Bow

Jun 28
2011
Version 2.3.1

6/28: Whoops! New installs are fine, but there is an issue updating from version 2.3 to 2.3.1. :-\ Please hold off on upgrading. We'll figure out what's going on and have a new update out shortly. Sorry about that. Again, fresh installs work fine.

6/30: We fixed the problem and submitted an update for review. Hopefully it will be available soon. If you upgraded and are having an issue, contact us at support at our domain (megareader.net) and we'll get you going.

Again, new installs work fine.

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MegaReader 2.3 adds a book position slider, allowing you to quickly jump around in a book. And now it will tell you how long to read to the end of the book (based on speed test result), as well as to the end of the chapter. The online catalogs now have an option to e-mail a book to yourself or open the book in an external app (e.g., iBooks or Kindle.) And, finally, we improved the app startup time (though it will take a bit longer to load the very first time.)

Enjoy!

♥ Please help us keep these updates coming by rating MegaReader on the app store. It just takes a moment. Look for the link below the MegaReader screenshots on iTunes. Thanks!

It just keeps getting better!

2.3.1 (28-June-2011)
• Fix pasteboard bug.
• Fix web download bug.

2.3 (16-June-2011)
• Book position slider.
• Get time to end of book (based on speed test).
• E-mail or export books from catalogs.
• Faster app loading.

2.2 (18-Feb-2011)
• Download DRM-free EPUBs from web and e-mail (iOS 4.0+).
• Localization in 10 additional languages.

2.1 (18-Jan-2011)
• Heads Up Display support.
• 6 new color schemes for use with heads-up-display, including "Amber Light", "Clear", "Green Tea", "Morning Fog", "Purple Haze", and "Rose Tinted".
• Transparency setting to adjust transparency of heads-up-display background.
• 1 more starter book:
- Art of Money Getting, P.T. Barnum

2.0.1 (15-Dec-2010)
• iPad/iPhone Universal app.
• Multi-column support on iPad.
• Integration with Instapaper 2.3.3.
• More fonts.

1.2 (11-Nov-2010)
• Page turn transition setting.
• Faster page transitions.
• iOS 4.2 support.
• 3 more starter books:
- The New Testament, King James version
- Tao Te Ching, Laozi
- The Prophet, Kahlil Gibran

1.1 (28-Sept-2010)
• Create your own mini-books by importing text (Pasteboards) into the app with copy and paste.
• MegaReader user guide.
• Support for standard OPDS 1.0 catalogs.

1.0 (29-Aug-2010):
Initial release.
• Over 1.8 million free ePub books.
• 6 catalogs (Gutenberg, Feedbooks, Baen, Smashwords, Munseys, Internet Archive)
• Search catalogs.
• Import your own DRM-free ePub books with Calibre
• Customize font face, font size, margins, justification, 1000s of colors.
• 19 designer color schemes.
• Rotation lock.
• Time how fast you read.
• Integration with iBookshelf app.
• iPhone 4 Retina display and iOS4 multitasking.
• 22 books to get started, including:
- 2 B R O 2 B
- Agatha Christie
- Pride and Prejudice
- Riders of the Purple Sage
- Sherlock Holmes
- Siddhartha
- The Art of Public Speaking
- The Art of War
- The Count of Monte Cristo
- The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
- The Science of Getting Rich
- The Secret Garden
- The Way of the Bow

Jun 17
2011
Version 2.3

MegaReader 2.3 adds a book position slider, allowing you to quickly jump around in a book. And now it will tell you how long to read to the end of the book (based on speed test result), as well as to the end of the chapter. The online catalogs now have an option to e-mail a book to yourself or open the book in an external app (e.g., iBooks or Kindle.) And, finally, we improved the app startup time (though it will take a bit longer to load the very first time.)

Enjoy!

♥ Please help us keep these updates coming by rating MegaReader on the app store. It just takes a moment. Look for the link below the MegaReader screenshots on iTunes. Thanks!

It just keeps getting better!

2.3 (16-June-2011)
• Book position slider.
• Get time to end of book (based on speed test).
• E-mail or export books from catalogs.
• Faster app loading.

2.2 (18-Feb-2011)
• Download DRM-free EPUBs from web and e-mail (iOS 4.0+).
• Localization in 10 additional languages.

2.1 (18-Jan-2011)
• Heads Up Display support.
• 6 new color schemes for use with heads-up-display, including "Amber Light", "Clear", "Green Tea", "Morning Fog", "Purple Haze", and "Rose Tinted".
• Transparency setting to adjust transparency of heads-up-display background.
• 1 more starter book:
- Art of Money Getting, P.T. Barnum

2.0.1 (15-Dec-2010)
• iPad/iPhone Universal app.
• Multi-column support on iPad.
• Integration with Instapaper 2.3.3.
• More fonts.

1.2 (11-Nov-2010)
• Page turn transition setting.
• Faster page transitions.
• iOS 4.2 support.
• 3 more starter books:
- The New Testament, King James version
- Tao Te Ching, Laozi
- The Prophet, Kahlil Gibran

1.1 (28-Sept-2010)
• Create your own mini-books by importing text (Pasteboards) into the app with copy and paste.
• MegaReader user guide.
• Support for standard OPDS 1.0 catalogs.

1.0 (29-Aug-2010):
Initial release.
• Over 1.8 million free ePub books.
• 6 catalogs (Gutenberg, Feedbooks, Baen, Smashwords, Munseys, Internet Archive)
• Search catalogs.
• Import your own DRM-free ePub books with Calibre
• Customize font face, font size, margins, justification, 1000s of colors.
• 19 designer color schemes.
• Rotation lock.
• Time how fast you read.
• Integration with iBookshelf app.
• iPhone 4 Retina display and iOS4 multitasking.
• 22 books to get started, including:
- 2 B R O 2 B
- Agatha Christie
- Pride and Prejudice
- Riders of the Purple Sage
- Sherlock Holmes
- Siddhartha
- The Art of Public Speaking
- The Art of War
- The Count of Monte Cristo
- The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
- The Science of Getting Rich
- The Secret Garden
- The Way of the Bow

Feb 18
2011
Version 2.2

MegaReader 2.2 allows you to download DRM-free EPUBs from the web and e-mail (iOS 4.0+).

♥ Please help us keep these updates coming by rating MegaReader on the app store. It just takes a moment. Look for the link below the MegaReader screenshots on iTunes. Thanks!

It just keeps getting better!

2.2 (18-Feb-2011)
• Download DRM-free EPUBs from web and e-mail (iOS 4.0+).
• Localization in 10 additional languages.

2.1 (18-Jan-2011)
• Heads Up Display support.
• 6 new color schemes for use with heads-up-display, including "Amber Light", "Clear", "Green Tea", "Morning Fog", "Purple Haze", and "Rose Tinted".
• Transparency setting to adjust transparency of heads-up-display background.
• 1 more starter book:
- Art of Money Getting, P.T. Barnum

2.0.1 (15-Dec-2010)
• iPad/iPhone Universal app.
• Multi-column support on iPad.
• Integration with Instapaper 2.3.3.
• More fonts.

1.2 (11-Nov-2010)
• Page turn transition setting.
• Faster page transitions.
• iOS 4.2 support.
• 3 more starter books:
- The New Testament, King James version
- Tao Te Ching, Laozi
- The Prophet, Kahlil Gibran

1.1 (28-Sept-2010)
• Create your own mini-books by importing text (Pasteboards) into the app with copy and paste.
• MegaReader user guide.
• Support for standard OPDS 1.0 catalogs.

1.0 (29-Aug-2010):
Initial release.
• Over 1.8 million free ePub books.
• 6 catalogs (Gutenberg, Feedbooks, Baen, Smashwords, Munseys, Internet Archive)
• Search catalogs.
• Import your own DRM-free ePub books with Calibre
• Customize font face, font size, margins, justification, 1000s of colors.
• 19 designer color schemes.
• Rotation lock.
• Time how fast you read.
• Integration with iBookshelf app.
• iPhone 4 Retina display and iOS4 multitasking.
• 22 books to get started, including:
- 2 B R O 2 B
- Agatha Christie
- Pride and Prejudice
- Riders of the Purple Sage
- Sherlock Holmes
- Siddhartha
- The Art of Public Speaking
- The Art of War
- The Count of Monte Cristo
- The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
- The Science of Getting Rich
- The Secret Garden
- The Way of the Bow

Jan 18
2011
Version 2.1

Heads Up Display support on devices with cameras running iOS 4.0 or greater. Uses the camera view as the page background. Turn on in settings.

Please help support the ongoing development of MegaReader, by writing a review on the App Store.

It just keeps getting better!

2.1 (18-Jan-2011)
• Heads Up Display support.
• 6 new color schemes for use with heads-up-display, including "Amber Light", "Clear", "Green Tea", "Morning Fog", "Purple Haze", and "Rose Tinted".
• Transparency setting to adjust transparency of heads-up-display background.
• 1 more starter book:
- Art of Money Getting, P.T. Barnum

2.0.1 (15-Dec-2010)
• iPad/iPhone Universal app.
• Multi-column support on iPad.
• Integration with Instapaper 2.3.3.
• More fonts.

1.2 (11-Nov-2010)
• Page turn transition setting.
• Faster page transitions.
• iOS 4.2 support.
• 3 more starter books:
- The New Testament, King James version
- Tao Te Ching, Laozi
- The Prophet, Kahlil Gibran

1.1 (28-Sept-2010)
• Create your own mini-books by importing text (Pasteboards) into the app with copy and paste.
• MegaReader user guide.
• Support for standard OPDS 1.0 catalogs.

1.0 (29-Aug-2010):
Initial release.
• Over 1.8 million free ePub books.
• 6 catalogs (Gutenberg, Feedbooks, Baen, Smashwords, Munseys, Internet Archive)
• Search catalogs.
• Import your own DRM-free ePub books with Calibre
• Customize font face, font size, margins, justification, 1000s of colors.
• 19 designer color schemes.
• Rotation lock.
• Time how fast you read.
• Integration with iBookshelf app.
• iPhone 4 Retina display and iOS4 multitasking.
• 22 books to get started, including:
- 2 B R O 2 B
- Agatha Christie
- Pride and Prejudice
- Riders of the Purple Sage
- Sherlock Holmes
- Siddhartha
- The Art of Public Speaking
- The Art of War
- The Count of Monte Cristo
- The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
- The Science of Getting Rich
- The Secret Garden
- The Way of the Bow

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