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We've compiled a list of 51 free and paid alternatives to MReader. The primary competitors include Sumatra PDF, calibre. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between MReader and Amazon Kindle, FBReader, Google Play Books. Also you can look at other similar options here: News and Books Solutions.


Sumatra PDF
Free Open Source

Sumatra PDF is a slim PDF/DjVu/EPUB/XPS/CHM/CBR/CBZ/MOBI viewer for Windows.

Amazon Kindle software lets you read ebooks on your Kindle, iPhone, iPad, PC, Mac, BlackBerry, and...

Google Play Books lets you search, preview, and buy millions of books using Google Book Search.

iBooks is an amazing way to download and read books.

Aldiko is an e-book reader application for the Android operating system.

Cool Reader
Free Open Source

Fast and small cross-platform eBook reader for desktops and handheld devices

With GoodReader on your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, you can read virtually anything, anywhere.

A small and easy app for reading ebooks in the epub format.

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MReader Overview

Browse your library by: directory, cover, favorite, date opened. Download free or paying books from online libraries (in the opds format) and have access to thousand of publications Create bookmarks, zoom, search....

MReader Features

tick-square Offline Reading
tick-square Full text search

MReader Platforms

Android

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MReader Tags

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