I was looking for SumatraPDF on Android and this is pretty much it. Simple, fast, great for D&D and Pathfinder PDF's. I was wondering was the 'link' button on top of the screen does though? It doesn't really seem to do anything for me...
Nice and truly lightweight reader. Its a pity the annotations cannot be saved. Any help as to how to do this will be really helpful, I am currently developing with your libmupdf but having the same issue... Help please
Only pdf with screen size based text view. Please make a main menu for your app or atleast filter non-pdf files in file view.
fast and light It's the already open and poured 2% milk to their buttermilk. It isn't as feature rich, (or tangy?) but is such a relief to use for quick references. It loads so quickly, I sometimes forget it isn't already running. It does have TOC, reflow, and a few other simpler capabilities. It's lean first and foremost. It's no full fledged epub reader, and even failed to load one for me. I wouldn't go without it, though, and it is my go-to viewer for PDFs, for its awesome responsiveness.
Guys, your app is probably the fastest and lightest reader on the play store and it is awesome. But please....please!! change the interface. I'm not telling you to adapt material design or something. I mean, to open a file, we have to locate it each and every time on the storage!? WTF? Fix this and I'll give you 5 stars
As Basic As It Gets, But Lightning Fast If you're the kind of person who likes minimalism and prefers function over form, you'll love MuPDF. It sacrifices pretty much everything for the sake of speed, and does a damn good job of it too. Those looking for a simple, fast PDF reader without any fancy bells and whistles will find this app a godsend. What's more, unlike Google PDF, it even has an app icon for quickly opening recently viewed files. :)
Improved EPUB support: table of contents, links, and more fonts.
Added FictionBook2 support.
Many bug fixes.