The data is stored in /data/data/com.safariflow.queue/app_data/
Video books are stored in /data/data/com.safariflow.queue/app_data/videos folder.
Ebooks are stored in data/data/com.safariflow.queue/app_data/books folder - not as PDF, but as HTML folder (+supporting files css,jpg i.e metadata,images etc)
(Maybe, they can be viewed (/rendered?) on ...
qPDF Viewer - a free ad-free Android PDF Reader - also has a great text reflow mode. Users can zoom in and out to increase or decrease the font size. Look for "Reflow Text" under the action toolbar "View" menu.
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, try ...
As the answer to Are Google Books DRM protected? explains, ACSM files are DRM-protected, so you can only read them in the Play Books app itself, not in another ebook app. Once you've "pinned" the book and it has downloaded, you can read it offline in the Play Books app.
It seems you cannot achieve this on built-in Nook app. Fortunately, you are using two android
devices since there are many solutions for reading on android devices.
Install Moon + reader under the assistance of Dropbox on your android phone and Nook color.
You can also keep the same reading progress in this method.
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 ...
I am not exactly sure what you mean by "the fit visible feature".
Give a try to qPDF Viewer, it's a free Android PDF Reader that does have a text reflow mode accessible (under View menu from the action bar).
A simple double tap fits the document to the screen size – which is pretty useful on tablets.
There are some ebook reader apps with can enable you to share book passages. And you can use Google Translate to share them... So select the passage and share it using Google Translate ! For example, the Kobo app for Android and Aldiko (free or €2.49) are ebook readers which enable to share book passages. Google Play Books have a built in feature to ...
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 ...
OK, this might not be really relevant to this post, but for other FBReader users who are stuck at the same, I'll share my (rough) solution:
Note: This should be specially relevant to Icarus eReader users! Icarus e-ink readers come with a modified version of FBReader 2 which is pretty stable on that device but unfortunately very basic too. And you can't even ...
I'm using Android 5.0.2 as well and installed File Commander to know how it provides options to choose a default app. It uses Android's default way. I don't have an E-book reader but the solution should work for your issue.
When you tap a file having multiple apps registered to open it and none set as default, you possibly would be shown options like:
Check Tip #3, exporting through email to evernote with an IFTTT recipe (man, those are cool).
IDK if this works for FBreader, but its worth a shot. Should work for Moon+, most people online seem to be recommending that app for exporting notes.
I'm having so much trouble with this kind of problem. Don'...
Copy the files to a Windows/Mac or Linux machine and zip them one book directory at a time. Then use Calibre to convert them to just about any format you would like or another epub to .lit converter.
You may need to rename the .zip files to .epub for them to be recognised.
On my Nexus 7, my downloaded books go in /Android/data/com.safaribooksonline/files/zips. They are stored in xhtml directories which includes various metadata, images and the chapters themselves as xhtml documents.
While these look vaguely HTML like, they certainly can't be rendered in Chrome or other web browsers directly, you just end up seeing all of the ...
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 button ...
Kobo seems to be your best bet, and Gyan looks like it could work too.
Here's a couple others, but they are low-rated or in beta, so use at your own risk.