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FBReaderJ is an e-book reader for the Android platform. It is a clone of the FBReader book reader written in Java by the same authors. FBReaderJ supports several e-book formats: oeb, epub, and fb2. Direct reading from zip, tar, and gzip archives is supported.

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2011-01-30 16:29
0.99.10

ColorDict3 support (dictionary in a floating window) was improved. Full-size image view has been added, which works like a dictionary but for images, not words. Scrolling speed was improved for large books. Pressing the cancel button shows a menu of actions. Czech and Vietnamese translations have been updated.
Tags: Minor feature enhancements

2011-01-17 04:29
0.99.4

SVG images in EPUBs are supported. Relative link processing in epub files has been fixed. A list of dictionaries is supported. The author of the currently opened book is selected in the library. FB2 files with multiple XLink namespace prefixes processing has been fixed. A Dutch localization has been added.
Tags: Major bugfixes, Minor feature enhancements

2011-01-08 14:55
0.99.3

Keys/trackball word selection is disabled by default.
Tags: Minor bugfixes

2011-01-03 07:38
0.99.0

Since this version, the package available from the Android market requires Android 1.6+. A package for Android 1.5 is still available from the project site. A new Library view. A file browser has been added. The options dialog has been changed to be more Androidish.
Footer style and scrolling style have been changed.
Integration with a dictionary (ColorDict) has been implemented. Devices with no hardware menu button are supported: a double tap in the bottom half of the screen shows a menu.
Tags: Major feature enhancements

2010-11-11 16:06
0.7.15

External truetype fonts are supported. A Ukrainian localization has been added.
Tags: Major feature enhancements

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