Frustrating... Its a faff to use. For starters you need an Adobe account for reasons I can't quite fathom. On top of that whenever I try to scroll through the book the text jumps around or zooms in and out. Tried to install it on a tablet so I wouldn't need to scroll but now it seems the book store is down (404) so I'm stuck.
Authorise issue Why is it asking to authorise the device? It works perfectly well with the website. Should it say"Authorise the app"? Appears no better than the previous method, just as slow, but finally could not download books so will uninstall.
Not too impressed so far Downloaded this app as library has changed from Overdrive. Took ages to download the book then took another age till I fathomed out how to increase font size which didn't seem to change much just darker type. Hope some improvements are forthcoming,
Nicely integrated with Libraries Works fine and easy to setup. Just give your library log-in and Adobe id (needed for time limited epub books, for info to an earlier reviewer) and go. Slightly clunky on settings getting font size right then easy to use. Import works well, sorted out folders of epub and png files.
Other e-reader apps are much better. Switched to Libro from Overdrive as library changed services. I have also used kindle app and google books. All on my Note 4. Libro is by far the worst. I can't turn pages by volume button. The settings are a nightmare. Books take ages to download. Complicated to search for and download a book. Complicated to set the app up with the messing with Adobe. It's supposedly better than overdrive because you can take out twice as many books (was 4, now 8) but as I read for pleasure I only need one at a time.
I never thought that I would find nice things to say about the awful Zinio reader. But Libro makes that pile of rubbish look good. It shows no sign of download progress so you have no idea if it is getting the books that you have checked out from your library. Needs to try harder. In operation it is hard to use. Intuitive? Forget it. Even changing the zoom is hard. And the text looks dreadful.
A book that changed the world by recounting the life of Ana and their struggle to survive