More and more smartphone manufacturers have been moving towards on-screen buttons, with Google really pushing for it over the physical button alternative. However, there are still a few OEMs (we're looking at you, Samsung) that have preferred to keep things a bit more traditional. Tell us which way you prefer and why.
Sony Reader App for Android
XDA member vbetts informed us that the Sony reader application is ready to download for your Android device. According to the source, the app will let you log in with your user name and it automatically syncs previously purchased books. And like any other e-reader, it supports ePub and PDF formats. Also, you can highlight text and adjust font and brightness settings right from the page you’re reading. Sony reader will only work on Android 2.2 and above.
You can find it for free on the Market.
Originally posted by vbetts
The Sony Reader app is available on Android now. But the funny thing about it is, it requires 2.2.
This made me lawlz
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