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AlReader 2 is an eBook Reader for Windows Mobile and Pocket PC products as well as Windows. They also have an Android version. This is a free program.

[edit] Features

(from the site)

  • Page rotation: 90°, 180°, 270°
  • profile:s «Day»/«Night» (profile includes text type adjustment:

Size, bold, evening-out, colour of: background, text and status line) – up to eight profiles

  • eBook Formats: HTML, EPub, RTF, FB2, DOC, DOCX, ODT, SXW, ABW, ZABW, RB, TCR (Doc formats are text only)
  • Compressed Files: ZIP and GZ
  • RAR support with extra DLL (Win2000, WinXP, Vista only at present)
  • Images: JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP
  • Dictionary support (Dict format available in Lingvo and Slovoed dictionaries) - See Russian Forum for details.
  • correct word division for 23 languages (TeX patterns)
  • normal full screen mode (without upper line)
  • status line (time, battery, percentage of the text read, number of pages etc.). Status line vision is adjusted separately for full screen and general modes
  • ruler in text (down, right or in status line).
  • Vision is adjusted separately for every for full screen and normal modes
  • battery charge representation at the text ruler
  • joystick buttons are reprogrammed to do screen turns
  • line and symbol spacing adjustment
  • width alignment
  • list of last open books
  • Font: cleartype support
  • two types of autoscrolling (full line and smooth)
  • bookmarks with navigation including global
  • footnotes on page
  • hardware bottoms, strokes adjustment
  • any text line search without taking into account the number of gaps and line feeds + usage of symbols in symbol search line is interpreted as an arbitrary symbol. The search is register non-sensible
  • text shifting (percent and pages)
  • save quotation from text
  • read file saving like TXT, PDB, TML
  • screen illumination can be left on

[edit] E Ink support

This app has been adapted to work on the following devices:

"fast" refresh is supported.

[edit] For more information

It is available from: (This is a Russian site but some of the data is in English.) or There is also a site: The English version can be reached at

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