Reading e-books on my new Tungsten T

Reading e-books on my new Tungsten T

Post by Lars Olsso » Thu, 11 Sep 2003 01:18:56


What do I need to read e-books on my Tungsten T?
Which is 'the best'? Which file formats are involved?
TIA
 
 
 

Reading e-books on my new Tungsten T

Post by nusm » Thu, 11 Sep 2003 23:07:38


I also think that PalmReader is slick. It reads plain Palm .doc files
(NOT Microsoft Word .doc files, it's two different kinds of .doc's),
as well as files made specifically for PalmReader. Plain .doc files
are text only, but PalmReader documents can have text, colors,
graphics, styles, etc. You can even make your own PalmReader
documents for free with DropBook (found at the Palm website).

No one yet has mentioned the place to get the most freeware books:
http://www.yqcomputer.com/
look for e-books you want!

 
 
 

Reading e-books on my new Tungsten T

Post by Brandon Bl » Fri, 12 Sep 2003 03:17:37


There are too many possibilities to list. I like iSilo -- it reads the
major formats, its native format has very good compression, and the
paid-for version allows you to create your own documents from local
files or the web. All around a great application.