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Aldiko: Only does non-DRM'd ePubs. There are thousands of these books available but you're not going to be getting newly released copyrighted books. Great user interface but the no DRM limitation is a problem. Aldiko also has a paid app that has more features but it still doesn't let you load new DRM'd books from the major retailers.
Kindle: Marketplace - Amazon.com Format - .azw (DRM'd), .txt, .mobi About - I like this app. It's easy to switch your reading settings (brightness, font size...) on the fly. You can note and lookup text. It automatically syncs with all your devices so you can put one down and pick up reading on another right where you left off. As of v2 you can ...
Moon+ Reader: Marketplace - Any 3rd party seller. No dedicated marketplace Format - Supports txt, html, epub, fb2, umd and zip files. About - Full visual options: line space, font scale, shadow, alignment, alpha colors, fading edge and more. 10+ themes embedded, includes Day & Night mode switcher. Various types of paging: touch screen, volume ...
Laputa: Marketplace = Project Gutenberg, ManyBooks, Avayewn + internal bookshelf Format = ePub About = Recommendation / Chinese Supported / RSS / Brightness Adjustment / Display Awake Control / Save to SD card / Page Flip Animation / Customizable Fonts / Day Night modes / Search / User defined categories
It's unlikely that you need to copy the entirety of your tablet's storage in order to find a file from one application. Assuming the app you're using is this one, you should only need to check in /data/data/bn.ereader/. IIRC, you can pull that to your PC with adb pull /data/data/bn.ereader/ . (the dot may or may not be necessary).
The correct reference would point to our nandroid tag-wiki, as a Nandroid backup is what covers all content. However, this is only available via custom recoveries. An alternative to that would be the dd command ("Disk Duplicator"1). Disclosure: the following describes an application I wrote and maintain: My tool Adebar is able to generate you dd scripts ...
Mirrored on gist. Custom ebook files can be read on Android devices by employing a collection of software, detailed below. Both Android and iOS devices can simply use iBooks or Stanza, and connect to Calibre. A more manual method employes Astro for browsing Android files manually. For any ebook file format, if an appropriate app is installed, Astro will ...
You can get the Amazon Appstore from here and install it directly, and install the Kindle app from there instead of from the Play Store.
According to page 36 of the NOOK User Guide, the NOOK supports fonts with Latin character sets. Other font types can only be viewed if they are embedded in the document. Extracted from Does Nook support Chinese/Japanese? You might also want to take a look at this workaround: Font Changes
iReader: Marketplace = Any 3rd party seller. No dedicated marketplace Format = TXT, CHM, PDB(EReader, Mobipocket), UMD(popular Chinese ebook format), HTML and Image files About = Real book page flip / Auto-scrolling in cover mode / Support Font file / separate DAY and NIGHT theme sets / customizable action for side volume keys.
Nook: Marketplace - Barnes & Noble Format - Epubs (DRM'd), .PDB, PDF About - This app syncs your books across devices and has the ability to look up words. My only complaint is that it's a pain to change your reading preferences (brightness, font...) on the fly.
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