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SQUAD releases an ultimate eBook reader for iPad

Monday, July 12, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Moscow, Russia - SQUAD today is pleased to announce the release and immediate availability of QReader for iPad, which supports .txt .fb2 and .html eBooks. Unlike other iPad reader applications, QReader lets you change text format during reading an eBook without reopening it. Bookmarks and text search will help you to keep important information at hand. With QReader you can easily download eBooks from FTP. Moreover, this new app includes a speed reading trainer and has a night mode.

"The idea of QReader is quite simple. It's just an easy-to-use reader app, which includes everything you need to have in an iPad app you use for reading eBooks" said Cyril Baklagov, a SQUAD developer. "With regard to the speed reading trainer, I know some users may not need it at all, but fast reading skill is a key to the two most valued things of the information society - time and information."

QReader lets you read .txt .fb2 and .html eBooks. By means of the application you can download eBooks from external FTP servers, so there is always something to read, if you have QReader installed on your iPad. QReader lets you change font, font size and page orientation without reopening eBook, and that is very convenient, because you won't have to open it again and search for the page you were at, if you adjust text parameters during reading.

The developers did their best to make this new reader application as convenient as possible. To get menu you can just slide your finger down the screen, smart bookmarks and text search are implemented, and there is even a night mode for those who like reading at night. In addition, when you close an eBook, even if you quit QReader, it remembers where you left off reading. The speed reading trainer, which is included into QReader, uses the text moving speed control method.





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