I am afraid this is quite possibly the worst app I have downloaded. It keeps freezing for no reason (page won't turn) although you can still bring the menu up. It gets 1 star because of thecompany behind it. It should be tested more and have a few more features like being able to remove all bookmarks in one go.
This app is completely useless, I can't even open any of my class content. I have a brand new ASUS ZenPad 10. All I get is an error that Cisco eReader has stopped. Come on Cisco, if you recommend this medium... make it work.
Very basic for an eReader. Highlighting and note-taking functionality needs work, as well as navigation. Selecting acronyms to get definitions is useless as it only allows width for a single character. Another update I'd like to see is a night reading mode. If you're limiting my reading of your material to a version of this reader app or your website--so I can't read on my Kindle--at least give me a dark theme so I'm not burning my eyes out. Lastly, I prefer audio. While driving or sitting and reading, I prefer the option to listen. If I had a pdf text, I'd run it through a text to speech engine and create an audio book. It would be nice if you could build that function right into the app, since I don't have a pdf text. Thank you.
Absolutely horrible Cisco. You need to make this so it's actually useable. Very slow and not very intuitive. I expect much better from Cisco.
Hard to imagine how it could be worse. Unusable. Shouldn't be able to call it "reader", you can't even go to next page. Laughable.
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