Displays djvu files well, but no search It displays djvu files flawlessly. I like the zoom wheel. The full-screen mode is good and the scrolling through books easy and fast. It is also possible to jump to specific pages by page number. However very much missing is a search functionality. Also bookmarks are not displayed and can hence not be used to jump to specific sections.
The only option an Android for djvu. Latest version now renders landscape correctly but is painfully slow. Have downgraded to 1.2 to get usable speed
Slow performance, no settings Dead-simple interface, with no settings at all. Looking at the project homepage, it seems like a dead project, no updates for over a year. It also had an extremely poor performance rendering the PDF of the manual of LG IPS224V Monitor. The cover page of that PDF took a long time (10 seconds, maybe?) to render just a tiny fraction of it. Just for comparison, EBookDroid rendered it instantly.
Not bad Text and graphics clear enough even when zooming in. Renders fast enough. "Slow" is an exaggeration because it's not at all. Speed could be phone dependent.
Works well. Has a go to page # function so it is better than the adobe reader for android. 4 stars only because it loads pages slowly.
Good, but a little slow Good PDF reader that also propely renders the images that I have in certain Software Design documents. It's quite slow to render complex pages, but I can live with that.
* Fixed many of critical crash issues.
* Improved rendering speed.
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