Zinio & PressDisplay Extracted From Galaxy Tab
Heres another article from some months ago that we found interesting to make public based on the increasnig popularity of tablets and large display Android devices. XDA member hhspiny told us that the global eReading service leaders: Kobo, PressDisplay, and Zinio, had been successfully extracted and re-packed it as an apk for other devices. Samsung Readers Hub consolidates e-reading applications such as eBooks, magazines, and newspapers, so users can enjoy reading with an unified and intuitive user experience. Members have confirmed this to be working on the Nexus One, Atrix, Desire Z, and Dell Streak. If you find it working on any other device, please leave your feedback.
Originally posted by hhspiny
Zinio & PressDisplay for Android from Galaxy Tab
Zinio, PressDisplay, and Readershub extracted from most recent version of Galaxy Tab ROM (JMA). (Actually the readershub was extracted from JK5). Zinio is not beta anymore.
works fine in Nexus One. Now the zinio preview shows the entire page, and allows work in landscape (but crashes often in landscape, works perfectly in portait).
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