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I think you misunderstand what e-ink is. It is nothing like LED or LCD pixels. Resolution has nothing to do with it. Typical displays emit light. You can use them in the dark and they will light up your face. E-ink displays reflect light, like standard paper. This is why they strain your eyes less. As far as reducing eye strain with a non-e-ink device, ...


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The major problem here is not the app, there's a lot of suitable music readers, but finding a large enough tablet. From my experience, the really large screens tend to be powered by older processors and lack resolution, being manufactured by some of the smaller and lesser known brands. This also means they often run older versions of Android. To put it ...


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Did you try SmartQ Reader? In my opinion it's the best PDF reader for Android. The interface is clean and intuitive, it has all main features that you are expecting from a eBook reader (Bookmarks, Pager, Chapters, etc..) and the transition between pages is very smooth and pleasant. And the most important in your case, the crop feature is so intuitive and ...


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Aside from the usual battery-saving tips (like disabling data / Wi-Fi), you could use an app like Screen Filter to reduce the brightness of the device; this reduces power consumption. If available, you might also invert the colors in your reader app. For example, ezPDF Reader has a Night mode feature which makes the background black and the text white (as ...


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Its best you get a file manager app from Play Store. I will suggest ES File Explorer. Once you have installed it, open the app and go to the Download folder. You will see your downloaded files there. Just long press the file you wish to rename and the Rename option will appear at the bottom.


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PDF to Speech Pro https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.practicalapps&hl=en $2.99. One of the better ones, actually does what it is suppose to. I haven't came across any free ones.


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I could not find a "pure" presentation mode in Aldiko, Acroread 11.7.1, APV, MuPDF, PDFViewer and several others I tried. I finally settled with Perfect Viewer and its Perfect Viewer PDF plugin. Extensive (excessive?!) customisation options, and you can: Disable transitions Drastically simplify what touch actions are allowed (simple tap on left/right ...


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You can import/upload them: Uploading the PDF/ePub file(s) to your Library Go to My Books Click on 'Upload File' in the top right corner. Choose the file(s) you wish to upload. Getting the PDF/ePub files in you App Go into your Google Play Books App. Click on the button on the top left ('Read Now' or 'My Library'). Select 'My Library'. Click on the ...


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I have been using MobileSheets recently and have used it with big band charts that I scanned in as PDF files. The nice feature I found was the ability to set links (up to 10 per song) back to a D.S, sign and then from the "to coda" sign jump there using a Airturn 105 pedal. Worked great in a performance where I had the set list set up and could just keep ...


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You can import/upload them: Uploading the PDF/ePub file(s) to your Library Go to My Books Click on 'Upload File' in the top right corner. Choose the file(s) you wish to upload. Getting the PDF/ePub files in you App Go into your Google Play Books App. Click on the button on the top left ('Read Now' or 'My Library'). Select 'My Library'. Click on the ...


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Adobe Reader can follow hyperlinks in PDF documents. The problem (currently, 2014-09-17) is that the default application associated with PDF documents is Quickoffice, and Quickoffice doesn't have this implemented. Installing Adobe Reader allows you to choose (and optionally remember your choice) what app to use.



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