Comments for Bookviser Reader Premium


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22 July 2015

I recently upgraded to the premium version of Bookviser thinking that the hyperlinks in my epub files would work. Why do theta not open when are a bit long? I don't see anything on the sidebar when I click on the longer ones, all I see is the black bar along the side. Please fix this issue. I like the interface to your app however without fully functional hyperlinks it's useless to me for what I need it. I hope to hear from you soon. Once I receive a reasonable reply from you I will rate higher. Thank you.


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13 July 2015

I've recently switched over from Apple iOS to the Windows platform for both phone and tablet. This eBook reader work extremely well, syncs to Bookviser on my phone, and allows me to organize my library through the Bookviser site. I honestly am enjoying the experience better than iBooks.


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6 July 2015

The epub files that I have downloaded, this app does not support their format properly. Does not allow me to see the information found on the links of the file. Which is very disappointing.


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3 June 2015

Something is missing


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24 May 2015

Trying to love Windows in tablets, but not getting there yet. This leader is fine.


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26 April 2015

Can't read epub books with this app


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23 April 2015

This works well for an epub reader but its a little slow at times. Its worth checking out.


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17 March 2015

Very good app, but needs support for the Windows split screen function. Other than this problem works very well.


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24 February 2015

If this app handled epubs properly it would be the best ereader for windows. Sadly it completely ignores the authors formatting and therefore has a very poor reading experience for most epubs which contain structured or styled elements. Would be interested to try again if and when the author adds epub support.


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24 February 2015

I give it four stars because it syncs across devices, looks nice, and doesn't lag or freeze the way a lot of book viewers do. Overall, it's worthwhile and I can recommend it. But there are a few weird things about it that take away that fifth star. First, it'd be nice if it was ported to Android so that I could use it on my phone as well. The other two things are both purchase related- the app itself gave me an "offer" of an unlimited service for $4.99, but I couldn't tell if that was a subscription or a purchase, so I paid $7.99 for the premium version in the app store. What was very disappointing there was that I had to re-import all my books, and there was no apparent change between that and the free version- and it did not include the stuff from the mysterious "offer" in the app. Also, the One Drive connection is kind of weak. I had to tap my tablet screen 267 times to get all my books to load- once for each book. Why not include the same "select all" there is with Dropbox?


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23 February 2015

This app displays basic text ok but the epubs I normally read have a large amount of custom formatting that this reader doesn't support. Subheadings and text that displays in different colors in other readers looks like normal or just bolder text in Bookviser Reader. Also, I see horizontal line dividers in other apps in some of my books that I don't see with Bookviser. All these add up to a sup par reading experience.


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20 February 2015

Count me in!!


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11 February 2015

Very functional eReader. My feature suggestion is to add support of ePub3 (fixed layout and reflowable layout).


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11 February 2015

And available on both phone and tablet with free e-book classics? I'll have it