I wish one could buy this across platforms. I have an iPad and an Android device. I bought it for my android but realized later that it is more useful for me on my iPad, but I don't want to pay twice for the same app. But I understand that developing for different platforms is different and that each platform has its own fees and things associated with it. I think this is just a general discontent I have with paid apps. This app was fairly easy to connect to my comp with WiFi and it transfered my books super quickly. I found a reader that accommodates multiple formats so that's good, but if we're paying for this app I do wish it had a reader in-built even if it means the size of the app increases. Anyhow, I still need to see whether or not it really does all I want it to. But so far it's a good app.
I have used this since it first came out. I love it. But, why can't people understand it's a add on app for your calibre program. Not a separate program. Its not confusing. I have 4 devices, a laptop, an iPad, and 2 android tablets. It organizes my library of 17,000 books and after changing some settings it works great with Aldiko. What more can I ask for for $4.99. Thank you so much for writing this software. I don't think I could even begin to organize my ebooks without it.
Beats fiddling about with USB cables hands down. Easily worth the price of a beer! Edit: really only useful for transferring books to your device. As an on-device librarian, it's pretty poor, hasn't really been updated since Gingerbread: eg, it still doesn't remember where you were in the list of books after you finish one and rather than showing you the book you've just rrad, it scrolls back to the beginning of the list of books on your device. FFS.
Great for transferring books from Calibre on my laptop to my tablet. It keeps up with metadata so I can transfer "date read" back tho the laptop. Not for reading books; a separate app is needed for that, but this is indispensable if you manage ebooks with Calibre
It's a really great way to manage your libraries on an android device. There has been nothing I've needed to do that the developers haven't already thought of. I have over 14000 books in calibre and now I can have them on my phone too. A truly spectacular app
Probably use this app more than any other. It is absolutely the best way to connect to the Calibre server on your PC or whatever. Took me ages before I realized that by using wireless device on the Calibre server, I could add and delete multiple books on my tablet really easily and quickly. Recommended.
V220.127.116.11 (25/May/2017 - Production)
- Support new calibre V3 content server
- Performance & reliability improvements in the CC content server connection
- Updated Languages: German, Russian, Vietnamese
- New Language: Polish
* Fix not being able to check the "Don't show again" box on small-screen devices
* Fix (I hope) problem connecting to Google Drive caused by Google changes
E-book reader. Multi-format, highly customizable. Supports cloud synchronization