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iPhone gets e-book reader

Apple’s iPhone might come with a slew of bells and whistles, but it is surprising to note that it lacked an e-book reader – until now, that is. This is not an officially sanctioned piece of software, but it is a labor of love from a homebrew programmer. The iPhone e-book reader is compatible with HTML and text files residing in your Media/e-books folder, supporting subdirectories as well to make it easy for those who love organizing their items in a slew of different folders. Currently, synching e-books to your iPhone require you to go through iPHUC and a shell script. For those who want to check out this homebrew application, you can download it here. Be warned that it is not authorized by Apple.


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