Apple Updates iBooks With Nighttime Reading Theme, Full-Screen Mode, And More



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10 responses to “Apple Updates iBooks With Nighttime Reading Theme, Full-Screen Mode, And More”

  1. Guest says:

    still reading it too huh?

  2. alexheath says:

    What can I say, I don’t have all day to read it. ;)

  3. Guest says:

    haha your still ahead of me

  4. Guest says:

    Love it, I was waiting for it since I switched from Stanza to iBooks :)

  5. A_Constant_Reader says:

    As soon as I can highlight a word and have the definition instantly like I can with the Kindle app, I’ll think about using it.  Right now I just don’t see much upside vs. Kindle app.

  6. Image Stealer says:

    Still does not work on OSX.  What’s up Apple?  Kndle does…  Kobo does…  Others do too.

    You got no programmers?

  7. LUVS_ME_SOME_MAC says:

    Well the time to start thinking about it is NOW!!!!!! The iBook app has actually had that capability for ages now. Dictionary, copy, paste etc.

  8. A_Constant_Reader says:

    I tried it when it first came out and almost instantly discarded it and returned to whatever I was using at the time (pre-Kindle).  I will give it a shot again.  Thanks for the heads-up.

  9. LUVS_ME_SOME_MAC says:

    When your literacy is at a 2nd grade level like mine, the dictionary is invaluable!

  10. A_Constant_Reader says:

    As my username implies, I’m a voracious reader.  It has served me very well throughout the years to always look up words whose meanings I’m unsure about.  It doesn’t just build vocabulary, but gives insight into the subtleties of speech.

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