Sync Your Books Across Devices With Aldiko Sync
XDA forum member GameGod72 is an avid user of the Aldiko eBook reader app and recently got himself a tablet. The dev wanted to be able to read his books on both his phone and tablet but could not find anything, and decided to do something about it himself!
Aldiko Sync is the XDA member’s first Android app, which syncs your books and bookmarks across various Android-powered devices.
The app requires Android 2.2+ and root access. Additionally, you’ll need a Dropbox account.
- Synchronize eBooks across devices – including addition of new books and deletion of old books.
- Synchronize our position in each eBook across devices.
- Ability to store deleted books in a separate ‘TrashCan’ folder on Dropbox in case you want to retrieve it at a later date.
Aldiko Sync is available as a free version in the Market. For more information, take a look at the application thread
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