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About this app

MuPDF viewer is an app for reading PDF, XPS, CBZ, and unprotected EPUB documents.

This is a slim version of the MuPDF app, which focuses on reading only. It does not support editing annotations or filling out forms.

Tapping on the left and right side of the screen will flip to the previous and next pages. Tapping in the middle of the screen will bring up or hide the tool bars.

The link button in the tool bar will toggle highlighting hyperlinks. When the links are highlighted they are also active and tappable. You can pinch to zoom in and out. When zoomed in, tapping will scroll to advance to the next screenful of content.

The toolbar also has a search button, and possibly a table of contents button.

The scrubber at the bottom of the screen will let you quickly go to any place in the document.

With the "Overview" system button, you can go back to the file chooser and open multiple documents at once.
Updated on
Jul 10, 2024

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Ratings and reviews

674 reviews
July 11, 2024
Sweet, simple, small. And fast. Extremely fast! Works like a system app. I'm using this app for almost 2 years now and it never lagged! Perfect pdf "reader" imo. I can't copy words but it's ok I'm still happy with how it is.
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July 5, 2024
The lack of ads is nice, but the app not allowing people to read with dark mode enabled kind of ruins it imo. It'd be a 10/10 app if they fixed that issue, but until then I just don't see any point in using it.
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Mark D
June 22, 2024
Oh nice! It reads the PDF file, as one would hope, and it plays nicely with the Android ecosystem. It's good open source software that works well without bloat and with appropriate permissions. Yay, open source!
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