So far the closest that I found to Xournal in Android is RepliGo Reader or ezPDF Reader.
Allow drawing of lines, curves, freehand, etc.
Save the annotations/drawings within the PDF file
But in my opinion both Apps do not use the full potential of what's possible with the Thinkpad Tablet and/or xournal. It may be subjective, but my colleguas who ...
I am not sure about Foxit Reader, but I am using the paid ezPDF Reader.
I am really amazed about its ability to show and fit the content to screen when reading columns of text (like in newspaper). It has other super features like horizontal scroll and automatic scroll to next part.
Try clearing the defaults for the Google PDF Viewer app. You can do this on Android 4.x - 5.x by doing the following:
Go to Settings -> Apps -> All.
Scroll down to Google PDF Viewer app and tap on it.
Scroll down to the Launch by default section and tap the "Clear Defaults" button.
Next time you try to open a PDF, a pop-up should present you with options ...
I had the same problem using Firefox on Android - totally maddening - but fixed it.
After installing Google Drive all my links to pdfs would open with Google Drive PDF Viewer.
I fixed it by, in Firefox, going to about:config in the location bar, then finding "browser.download.preferred.application/pdf" and doing a Reset there.
The next time I clicked on a ...
Install RepliGo PDF Reader and switch to Text Reflow mode. It has one of the best Text Reflow mode till date which displays images too. But, to read codes, you'll have to fight again.
Another option: Use ezPDF Reader Lite (or Pro) and use its text column locking feature in landscape orientation (to kick out blank margins and use large device height as width ...
Theoretically ePub should have the advantage over PDF as it is a smaller file that is basially HTML, CSS and image files with a few XML files for defining the books metadata, chapter order and table of contents navigation zipped into 'ePub' format. It is in many ways like a website. The PDF files will often be larger as they have embedded fonts, image ...
Aldiko is an eBook reader that reads PDFs as well, remember the last page you were at and on top of that allows you to set bookmarks, something that Adobe Reader and most other readers I tried won't let you do.
Bookmarks are a must have for me so I chose Aldiko.
Yes, an eBook from Android Market (in Google Books) has a different format from the Kindle. It would seem that you can obtain Google books in either ePub or PDF (more information here). Amazon books are in the AZW format.
This comes down to personal preference. I have read books on both Google Books and Kindle on my Xoom; I see little to no difference in ...
Technical answer: Yes.
Practical answer: It's hard.
"Manual intent shortcuts" app to add really custom shortcuts on the desktop ( https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.cwfk.ig88.intents ).
Plus: Knowledge how to generate a specific intent that does exactly what you want to do (install above app and see what information it wants, ...
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.
Direct editing of PDF content is something hard to achieve. As far as I know, the only solution for this is Qoppa PDF Notes. However: bookmarks (create & edit) and annotations (also create & edit) are possible.
The best eBook-Reader on Android, also known as Moon+ Reader Pro, supports this not only for PDF (Pro only!) -- but also for EPUB and other ...
Resistive touch and Capacitive touch will operate the apps the same way, the same way a laser and a mechanical mouse are two different technologies designed to do the same thing for the user. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, for instance try using your capacitive iphone screen with gloves or finger nails, it wont work. A capacitive screens are ...
I had the same problem and had to try out a bunch of apps. In addition to what you were looking for, I was also interested in the possibility to add comments during the presentation using the s-pen of my galaxy note. All the apps listed below support full page view, so there are in principle an options for presentations.
Moon Reader Pro
This is an ...
To answer my own question: while I haven't found a completely satisfactory solution to this problem, I have discovered in Adobe's Reader app the "Recents" list - which shows recently read documents in the descending order of last-opened date. This, combined with the fact that the Reader app remembers the position of each document that you read, and the fact ...
Try using floating apps. Multi window feature is only available on a few android devices like samsung Note, etc.
Floating apps will provide similar functionality. Try this:
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 ...
How can I get the APK file of an app after installing it from Google Play?
Multiple ways, but the easiest one, I suppose, is to install a backup type app such as App Backup Restore. Take the backup of the the target app and its APK would be saved inside a directory under the default storage (/sdcard).
Once I find the APK file of an app, can I copy it ...
PDF files are designed to maintain their content across platforms ,be immune to the application or OS
Hence, recommendation was to try alternate PDF app, which worked for OP. Adobe PDF reader used earlier was buggy, it looks like
Here's a list of PDF readers, thanks to izzy
I know I'm coming in late here, but there are a couple more suggestions to convert/push documents to the KF:
Mail it to your [your-kindle]@kindle.com address with 'convert' in the subject line.
Use the Send to Kindle app (Mac version; Windows version link on page) which automates the process with drag-and-drop.
The Send to Kindle bookmarklet claims to push ...
If you allow non-Appstore apps to be installed in your device, you can install Dropbox from their website.
To do that,
Click the gear icon in the top-right corner of the Kindle Fire home screen to activate the Settings window
Scroll down to Device
Scroll down to ‘Allow Installation of Applications from Unknown Sources’ and move the slider ...
I just received an email from the developer, Don Choi. Citing it here in its entirety as an answer:
The continuous scroll feature is in our big TO-DO list. It will
eventually implemented later.We do not have a open forum. However,
http://www.facebook.com/ezpdf is a good start.
So more nifty things are on their way for this application.
Download and install Adobe Reader on your phone. You can find it by the link or by opening up Google Play / Market on your phone and searching for "Adobe Reader". There are lots of other pdf readers out there too, btw.
Either download the PDFs from whatever website they are on using your browser (the built in browser is fine), or download them on your ...
There are several apps you might check (ordered best recommendation first):
Moon+ Reader Pro is the best ebook reader I know. Support for the important formats (txt, html, epub, pdf, umd, fb2, chm, zip -- pdf only in the pro, said to be the fastest PDF renderer on Android), plenty libraries pre-configured to download books from (you can add your own sources)...
Adobe Reader X for Android v10.3 now supports annotation, highlights and commenting. It is not open source, but it is free to the end user.
There are currently no open source Android PDF utilities that have worthwhile annotation features. This wiki page at the University of Massachusetts Boston lists several open source android PDF viewers, with links: http:...