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Perfect Viewer for Android
If you like to read comic strips in your Android device, but hate how slow and sluggish most apps are, XDA member paladinlin has a solution for you. Perfect Viewer is a viewer that will read the comic strip straight from your SD card. The app uses a large amount of system memory to ensure that you get the best possible experience out of reading your favorite strips. It supports a wide variety of picture formats to ensure that you will not have to be converting images back and forth to be able to read.
The app is in initial stages, so feel free to report any bugs or feedback for the dev.
Perfect Viewer is a very fast image/comic viewer. This software is design for viewing image/comic from sdcard.
- Support image file format: JPEG,PNG
- Support archive file format: CBZ/ZIP,CBR/RAR,7Z/CB7
- Image resize method : Actual size,Fit to screen,Fit to width,Fit to height,Manual
- Image resample method: Averaging, Bilinear, Bicubic, Lanczos3
- Support left-to-right or right-to-left reading
- Cache next and previous page
- Split two-page scan into single-page automatically
You can find more information int he application thread.
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