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I use Adobe's PDF reader but that is not good for reading "source codes". If I select the "reflow" option the code gets scattered and becomes hard to read. Can anyone know of a good app for reading programming ebooks?

Requirements: Should work fine with "text reflow". I don't like to scroll on my small tab.

Device: I use "Galaxy Tab 2 7.0"

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closed as off topic by Izzy, ce4, roxan, Ryan Conrad, Chahk Feb 28 '13 at 16:52

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Well, quite borderline to "off topic" (see FAQ: Is there an app for X and similar recommendations). I'd suggest you re-phrase your question. – Izzy Jan 10 '13 at 7:35

I have a Nexus 7, and I use ezPDF Reader with programming books (PDF).

Source code gets distorted if I use text reflow, so I don't use that. I just pinch-zoom (in and out) if necessary. ezPDF Reader also has a Fitting to Text Column feature which zooms you in to eliminate the white space at the left and right sides. Because it's zoomed in, you'd need to scroll down though. (Ah, well, I suppose I'm not answering your question, but I hope it helps, or give you an app to try out).

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ezPDF also has text reflow feature - however that works only for PDF files with English language. – Narayanan Jan 10 '13 at 5:22

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