Inktera Pulls Its Bookstore From Clean Reader, Effectively Killing an App Which Had More Protesters Than Users

After fewer than 3 months on the market, the profanity-filtering reading app Clean Reader has been neutered by its developer. Inktera announced on Twitter Wednesday afternoon that it was bowing to pressure from authors and publishers, and was yanking its ebookstore out of the Clean Reader app. In support of #authors #readers #books everywhere, the @Inktera… Read More »

Dropbox’s New and Improved Android App Adds PDF Viewer, In-Doc Search

Continuing their roadmap of “help people get work done with our app”, Dropbox launched a new version of its Android app earlier this week. Android Police reports that the new Dropbox app features a PDF viewer, and a new option for in-document searching of Word, Powerpoint, and PDF files. I don’t have an Android device handy so I… Read More »

Clean Reader Offers a Profanity-Free Reading Experience

Parents everywhere work hard to prevent their kids from reading inappropriate content, but sometimes it’s not enough. A parent can choose their kid’s books based on content summaries and maturity ratings, but sometimes bad language slips through. And that’s where an app like Clean Reader can help. This app applies a custom filter to the ebooks you’re… Read More »

iAnnotate Brings its PDF Tool Suite to Android

iAnnotate is one of the more popular PDF apps for the iPad, and now its developer, Branchfire, is releasing a new version of its app for Android. There’s no shortage of good PDF apps for Android (I like RepliGo, myself), and now there’s one more. Launching to mixed reviews, the app lets users open, edit, annotate, and save PDFs. Annotations made… Read More »