I liked this very much when this was Manatano reader and not Bookari. I hate the new layout. Ever since it became Bookari, the interface is cofusig and messy, the app is buggy and laggy.. I just didn't want to move my ebooks to another app but I am actually considering to.
I'd probably love this app, but it continually crashed, beginning with book #2, minutes after I installed it. Sorry, I can't commit to an unreliable app. Could it be due to denting phone access? Why does it need to know who I'm talking to? NOT!
Why would I need an app that is so bulky and can only read epub and pdf?? Ebook readers which are 1/5th in size of this space hog supports more book formats and has better features and personalization options.
Nice interface and functionalities. Works well for borrowing ePUB from online libraries using Adobe Digital Editions DRM. A few issues however : (1) full text search in book does not work ; (2) my notes (unlike highlights) regularly disappear :-( It is a pity because the notes export function is otherwise helpful.
Last update fixed crashing and it runs smoothly now...getting accustomed to new UI and I quite like it, though I'd still prefer that long press on the book gives details instead of clicking on 3 dots on the side. If you're not careful when you try to click on them you accidentally click on the scroll line, since they're right next to each other, and that's pretty annoying. Kudos for bookshelf syncing across devices.
This is a good e-reader overall, but there are some minor bugs and glitches at least on the free version (turning pages and text selection has serious issues using the reading mode, etc). Also there could be an option to change text and background color on the free version as a grey type background feels much smoother for the eye than plain night mode.
- Improved synchronization process
- Miscellaneous bugfixes
Created "E-Paper mode" optimized for E-ink devices (in Settings)
E-book reader. Multi-format, highly customizable. Supports cloud synchronization