Best DS Book Reader?

Discussion in 'NDS - Emulation and Homebrew' started by Retrievil, Sep 22, 2009.

Sep 22, 2009

Best DS Book Reader? by Retrievil at 9:31 AM (1,352 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Retrievil
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    Member Retrievil GBAtemp Fan

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    I just switched to an AK2i, so I have lost the excellent ebook reader that was in the extended menu on my M3 Perfect SD slot-2 FC.

    I've been using Readmore, but it's slow as hell compared to what I was using, and the font is not nearly as good.

    Is Readmore the best I can do or is there something better? It has to read .txt, though html would be nice too, and have the mode where you hold the ds sideways like a book.
     
  2. ChuckMcB

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    Have you tried DSReader?

    ReadMore's fonts are changeable to any Anti-aliased font, have you tried any other than the default.

    ALso have a go with DSOrganize (use the latest 3.1 release not 3.2) for reading text and HTML files
     
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    Try DSLibris, i think it's the best
    The only problem is that you have to convert books to .xhtml, but I've done a convertor, so it's also not a problem.
     
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    I use Moonshell 2's text reader.
    I especially like that you can adjust the cleartype and fontsize, although it is limited by a certain number of lines/characters.
    You can listen to music at the same time too.
     
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    DSLibris now supports epub as well as xhtml. Its always been the best looking and easiest to read from, now its even better.

    http://sourceforge.net/projects/ndslibris/files/
     

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