There are plenty of applications that allow iOS and Android device owners to read free or paid e-books on their devices. Not everyone is library friendly. Many of these apps can’t handle e-books with DRM (some don’t even support ePub). Bluefire Reader for iOS was one of the first apps that supported library e-books. This exciting app will now be coming to Android. A demonstration of this app can be found on YouTube (via Mobiputing).
The app is expected to have all the bells and whistles iOS users have come to love. Many e-book adopters complain about certain platforms not supporting certain file formats. Bluefire Reader makes it easier for people to access to content with DRM protection on their tablets or handheld devices. Just like other top e-reader apps, Bluefire Reader does have a flexible UI.
How’s been your experience with Bluefire Reader?