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Tuesday, August 01, 2006

YuetReader - mobile text reader

YuetReader v1.0
a mobile text reader
I wrote this mobile text reader for myself about a year ago. I am using it to read fictions on my V360 every day. It is the second most often used function of my V360. Now I think it is mature enough to release it for anyone who like it. This is a midlet for reading text files inside the jar file. Ideal for creating mobile ebook. It is tested on both motorola V360 and E398. It should work on any mobile phone which supports MIDP2.0, including cell phones by Nokia, Sony Erission, Samsung, etc.

Features at a glance:
- read any text in UTF-8 or ASCII format
- English & Chinese interface, switch language instantly. It is possible to add other language, if you would like to help.
- read text files stored in jar file
- automatically create chapter or book list
- automatically store last reading position
- full screen
- autoscrolling, bookmark, search, multiple background color, word-wrap or character-wrap

5=next page
8/2=next/previous page
6/4=next/previous line
1/7=search up/down
3=toggle autoscroll on/off
9=add bookmark
*=back to book list
0=change background color
#=toggle word-wrap/char-wrap

Command Menu:
1.last page
2.first page
5.autoscrolling setting
7.go to

How to create ebook?
- Download and unzip the midlet jar file into a dedicated folder.
- Save each chapter of the book in UTF-8 or ASCII format.
- Name each chapter as textfile0.txt, textfile1.txt, textfile2.txt and so on.
- Put all the text files into the dedicated folder.
- You can change the Midlet name to your book name if you want. You do it by changing the value of "MIDlet-Name:" in the META-INF\MANIFEST.MF file.
- Zip everything in the folder (not including the folder) and rename the extension from zip to jar.
- Install the jar file in your mobile phone.
- For Windows users, you can use Winzip or any other zip program to zip/unzip the file.
- for Mac users, use "stuffit expander" to unzip the jar file and use the archive function to zip the files. Read [Mac tips] for detail.

Why use YuetReader v1.0?
- Text files are compressed in the jar file, so it saves space.
- Everything is in one single jar file, makes it very easy to distribute your ebooks.
- It is compliant to MIDP 2.0, so it should work on any mobile phone with MIDP2.0 support.
- No special permission is required to run this midlet.

V2.0 is in my plan, the major enhancement will be reading text in card or phone memory.

By downloading this file or re-posting any part of this article, you agree to the followings:
1. I am not responsible for any damage to your phone, so use it at your own risk.
2. You do not use this file to get profit.
3. You do not provide direct download of the file. Instead, you must link to this webpage for downloading file.

You can distribute your ebooks using this midlet for noncommercial purpose. If you want to use this midlet for commercial purpose, contact me please.

YuetReader 1.0: []
Daniel's Readme.txt for YuetReader 1.0: []

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8:05 PM, August 02, 2006 Ayanamist said...

i want to ask you a question about your Yuetreader:according to your description, i have to first compress all the text files into a compressed file, then change the
extended name to jar, then install it as a midlet, but you know this is not a real jar file ,can it be installed correctly?

9:45 PM, August 02, 2006 Yuet said...

Hello, ayanamist, you should first decompress the YuetReader.jar that you downloaded, then compress all the files together with the text files. It is actually a real jar file, because a jar is basically a zip file.

3:00 PM, September 06, 2006 josh said...

I love reading books on my nokia 6680 and now my wife got hooked on a book i had (The Tales of Alvin Maker) and so I stumbled onto your site to put an ereader on her V360... your program works great! There are some improvements that would be great:
1. Check out ReadM (for Symbian)
2. There's no border between text and side of screen
3. Cumbersome process of splitting text into chapters & loading into JAR file
4. Limited memory (crashes when I make books into "chapters)... but as i can tell your program is one of a kind (for java phones)

Great work! I'm a big fan!

10:59 PM, September 06, 2006 Yuet said...

josh, thanks! Finally someone like it. Your comments are noted. I will put my hands on it again when I get the time. Now I am doing more modding than J2me. :)

8:47 AM, September 08, 2006 Seàn said...

I'm so grateful Yuet!! Thanks!

I'll try this as soon as I get a chance. I've been wanting something like this for a while but all the options I've found didn't work for me (*might* work on on another phone in another language).

Dang, and to add insult to injury the last time I checked your blog was late July.. 'tis my fault for not reading it more often. (o: Cheers!

BTW, while it takes up much more space (get a kühl 2GB TF anyway!) I convert text to speech (TTS). If you're on OSX it's both easy and particularly high quality and one just exports directly to AAC etc (anything QT uses) via the terminal. That said, I've been poking at ways to apply a Java TTS oriented ebook reader on the phone like I have for my PocketPC... I thought I'd share that.

4:55 PM, September 09, 2006 Anonymous said...
This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.
5:24 PM, September 09, 2006 Yuet said...

Chinese comment moved to [here].

5:59 AM, September 22, 2006 stanelie said...


Any updates on the status of your version that reads from memory card?


1:29 AM, September 23, 2006 Yuet said...

sorry, no progress. :) no time.

11:21 AM, October 17, 2006 Anonymous said...

Hi Yuet - I'm very close to being able to offer the 15,000 Project Gutenberg texts for free using YuetReader at but when trying to read a text I get an "unknown error" when trying to read a chapter the first time (after downloading using my RAZR's built-in browser). If I launch the YuetReader by itself It just says "Loading file..." forever.

Any chance you could look at the .jar I've created and let me know what I've done wrong?

11:47 AM, October 17, 2006 Yuet said...

Hi, you should still use UTF-8 encoding. "TextEncoding: UTF-8". The ebook is working fine after I change it back to UTF-8. BTW, I am glad you choose YuetReader for your project. Feel free to contact me should you have any other questions.

9:56 AM, October 18, 2006 Anonymous said...

Ah, that's working very well now!

Sorry, I forgot to say my name is "Matt" -- thanks very much for making YuetReader available, it's been very usefu.

10:11 PM, October 30, 2006 Steve said...

Thanks Yuet.
I tried ur app on my K7001 but i got "Invalid application" error. Don't know what could be wrong :-(. I would love to see this app work on my phone, pls tell me what to do if there's a solution.
The step i took to install is this:
1 i downloaded the app's jar file.(it wasn't zipped when i downloaded it)
2 created my text files as textfile0, textfile1 and so on

3 put everyting (jar file and d text files) in a folder.
4 Zipped all the files without zipping d contanining folder itself
5 Rename the zipped file's extension to .jar.
6 send to my phone.


10:47 AM, October 31, 2006 Yuet said...

steve, first try to install the downloaded jar without any modification. it should work.

There's a serious mistake in your steps. the jar file itself is a zip file, so you must unzip the jar file first. after unzip, you will get many class files, then you put your text files at same folder as those class files and zip everything.

Please let me know if it works or not.

2:15 PM, November 11, 2006 siddharth said...

hey dude! i added a text file textfile3.txt but after compressing it and making it a jar file, i found that the file became invalid... thats wat the mobile said.

2:22 PM, November 11, 2006 siddharth said...

hey yuet, this is siddharth again...
here i am explaining what i did.

step 1: downloaded the jar file, renamed it to .zip and then extracted it to yuetreader folder.
step 2: then created two text files textfile2.txt and textfile3.txt saved em as text files.
step 3: put them into the folder of yuetreader
step 4: compressed it back to zip
step 5: renamed it to .jar

but the file had become invalid. it didnt run. please help

2:22 PM, November 11, 2006 siddharth said...

forgot to mention that i have a moto slvr l7.

3:02 PM, November 12, 2006 Yuet said...

siddharth, First, try to install the downloaded jar file without any change. If it works, there should be something wrong with your steps.

Please note that you should not zip the YuetReader folder. Instead, you only zip all the files & folders inside the YuetReader folder. You can send the jar file to me, so I can check what's wrong.

10:21 PM, November 13, 2006 Anonymous said...

i try to rename it but the name turns out to be and it doesnt work

11:46 PM, November 13, 2006 Yuet said...

why couldn't you rename it to YuetReader10.jar? You know how to rename a file, don't you?

10:38 PM, November 15, 2006 Anonymous said...

i tried another way.. i opened your file with winrar and added the text files... any way it didnt work on my v360

10:35 AM, November 16, 2006 Yuet said...

hey, I am 100% sure it will work on V360. you should follow instructions. zip it with winzip, then use windows explorer to rename the zip file to YuetReader.jar. then install the jar file. You shouldn't use winrar. BTW, did you try install the downloaded file without change?

12:13 AM, November 17, 2006 siddharth said...

thanks yuet! but it doesnt display the full text... if the text is bigger than a page.. can u help me in that??

how do i create a chapter??

anyway! it was nice to do something myself!! u rock yuet

12:38 AM, November 18, 2006 Yuet said...

siddharth, I don't understand "it doesnt display the full text". What's the problem? if it doesn't display in one page, it will be shown in next page.

each textfile.txt file will be one chapter.

6:28 AM, January 14, 2007 Anonymous said...

This is a great piece of software - Thanks Yuet! I set it up on my Motorola L6 for a return train journey on Friday here in Ireland, and it works great!

It does lack a fancy "parsing" application for the PC, but it is no hassle to break up the text yourself and put it in the .jar file. Oh, and being able to choose the paper colour is a nice touch too! :)

Thanks for putting it together!

3:04 PM, January 14, 2007 Yuet said...

Glad to know it is useful for you.

5:59 AM, January 24, 2007 CILLY said...

Hey Yuet!! Great JOB man!!! Really awesome application!!!I managed to complete every little thing.From raw .TXT file in my PC to installing in my mobile (SE W810i)and reading a useful course for my faculty.It is the coolest project...What am I saying?...IT IS SUPER NICE TO HAVE THIS APPLICATION!!!Congratulations again.

P.S. : It would be great to implement several languages (with diachritycal and stuff) into this app. I'm reffering at Romanian language ;)..

P.S. : Woaaauwww!!! Great job again.My respect to you.

10:29 AM, January 24, 2007 Yuet said...

cilly, thank u so much for your comment. It gives me incentive to enhance it. :)

Regarding the Romanian language, I can only do it with your help, as I don't know Romanian. Would you like to help?

8:41 PM, February 27, 2007 itsupremo said...

Is this a TTS oriented book reader?? I mean will the text be converted to speech?

11:31 PM, February 27, 2007 Yuet said...

no, it isn't.

2:28 PM, March 15, 2007 Donavon said...

Yeah.. I Am really glad that I found your text reader. I want to use it on my v360.

After installing and launching Yuetreader, the menu items come up with black text on a black background so I can't read them. Any suggestions on how to fix this??


4:42 PM, March 15, 2007 Yuet said...

black on black? What skin are u using, try to change to other skin. and you can change background color by pressing 0 when reading the text.

10:17 AM, March 16, 2007 Donavon said...

I am using the scarlet skin. I have also tried moto & techno.

When I press 0 the background changes but the text stays the same: black on black.

1:54 PM, March 16, 2007 Yuet said...

donavan, now I can't visualize the problem. can you show me a screenshot? and/or upload the jar file for me to try?

1:24 AM, April 10, 2007 Stefan said...

I've had a look into several text viewers for my K750i and like YuetReader best so far - especially it's very fast. However I'm having one major issue with it: It seems to me preferrable not to split the books into several chapters. But when I don't split them YuetReader only displays part of the books (I suppose the first 64kb). Could this be fixed or is it a technical limitation?
Also I'd like to see a feature which would show instead of "chapter x" the first line of a text file if it starts with a special keyword, i.e. "TITLE:"

4:59 PM, April 10, 2007 Yuet said...

stefan, your points noted. will try to do it in next version.

1:30 AM, April 13, 2007 Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for this application! I was looking all over, and found a few such readers that could work for PCs, but yours is the only one I know of that works with Mac. It's very helpful.

I have a few tips for other Mac users as to how to prepare the text files:

Remove long dashes and curly quotes (regular dashes and straight quotes are fine), as these somehow make the program ignore everything in a chapter after these characters. Curly apostrophes also need to become straight. The ASCII encodings on these are different on the Mac than on the PC, so that might be part of the problem. Other characters might also do the same thing, so if you notice a large portion of your chapter abruptly disappearing, look carefully at the first character that went missing.

Add linefeed characters to the line endings, and if you want to really see the paragraph breaks, consider adding a second linefeed to give you a blank line between paragraphs.

Beyond these tips for users, I have a few wishes for the next version, if and when you get around to it:

I'm using it for sayings and poems I like to read and re-read, so it would be useful to me if the chapter names could really be chapter names, not just "chapter X". Could you use the first line of text from each text file for this?

For similar reasons, I'd like to be able to go back to the table of contents somehow, and pick another "chapter" to read. The best workaround I've found is to set bookmarks at the first page of every "chapter".

The autoscroll function is nice, but it's distracting how it re-flows the text sometimes, rather than simply moving it up the page.

A one pixel border on the left edge of the screen, before the first character, would make the characters that end up there much easier to recognize.

That's it - thanks again for doing this.

4:00 AM, April 13, 2007 Metallus said...

yuet I can help with the romanian translation. I'm romanian and stuff...just send me the files you need me to translate and you'll have them back within 1-2 days. plus i have a twin brother and we can work in double shifts. that makes things much much easier and faster. double the fun in half the time :p. glad to help. now how about that 1.9?!?!?!?!?!?! we really neeeed it before the end of the week. next week we start college (end of the holiday) and i want to show off to my collegues that have the same phone :D 10q dude from both of us

2:02 PM, April 13, 2007 Stefan said...

Yuet, thank you! Here are some more things you might want to consider:
- Alternatively to the title-tag you might just introduce some kind of configuration file within the applet, that lists the book file names. So the books would not have to be called chapter 1 to x.
- I'd like to be able to read with white text on black background. Saves akku and is also good to read outsides.
- An option to replace CR and LF by spaces

12:21 AM, April 14, 2007 Yuet said...

Daniel, you can press * to go back to chapter menu. no need to bookmark. and you can set autoscrolling option. uncheck "smooth scrolling" will make it jump page by page. and thanks for the tip and other comments.

Stefan, will do my best. Maybe I can get my hands on it again this weekend.

Metallus, I will send you the file later. I have to say sorry about v1.9. I won't be able to make it this weekend. I am busy recently and I do alot of experiments with my phone.

11:14 PM, April 19, 2007 angel said...

Hi yuet, your application is really great. I've tried using other applications but it seems that there are complicated process involved before I can read the file. I just want to ask one thing though, I've tried running the application in my L'Amour series phone(new series of nokia phone), it ran smoothly the first time but I keep getting an application error the second time I run it. I can't seem to find out what's wrong. thanks.

7:51 AM, April 21, 2007 bsss999 said...

Hi, Yuet,

I'm from China.IT's a nice SW for Mobile which I know so far. But it don't support the touch screen and don't support big size screen. We expect your next version have more functions and option for mobile.

3:51 PM, April 21, 2007 Yuet said...

angel, not sure what's the problem. Maybe the nokia is not fully compliant to midp2. I only used standard j2me API to write the program.

bsss999, can u give more details about "don't support big size screen"? I thought it will make use of the full screen automatically.

8:28 AM, April 23, 2007 bsss999 said...

Hi Yuet,

The text only covers the left top part of screen but not full screen (2.8 inch). By teh way, when you release new version to support load txt file from memory card?

Thanks for your efforts.

5:10 PM, April 23, 2007 Anonymous said...

Brilliant software. I also enjoy using it. Any possibility of adding .pdf and .pdb support. I know the these would require more space but it would make the software alot more versatile.

Kevin (Pls reply via e-mail as well;

5:16 PM, May 09, 2007 kenlo said...

Thanks for the work. I cannot run the jar file under the Sun Java Wireless Toolkit 2.5 Beta (so I havent't beam it to my mobile yet). The error code is com.sun.midp.midletsuite.InvalidJadException: Reason = 28

2:00 AM, May 12, 2007 adithya said...

Bravo.. this is what i was looking for.. works fine in v3i.. thanks..
but your soft doesnt load files of size greater than 100kb..

11:54 PM, May 13, 2007 Yuet said...

bsss999, still waiting for the development kit for Mac to support the jsr75 API.

Kevin, I have no plan to add support for PDF/PDB, as it is not quite related to the existing codes.

kenlo, how to you generate the jad file?

adithya, it seems to me it is the limitation of the java system in the cell phone.

9:57 AM, May 15, 2007 kenlo said...

I did it with JADMaker from Anyway YuetReader works on my mobile. Thanks you.

9:02 AM, May 20, 2007 Anonymous said...

Hi Yuet,

Thanks for the reader. Like you, it is now the most used feature on my mobile.

My phone is a Motorola KRZR K1.

This may interest you -

I vaguely recall that someone said earlier that their device crashed if the "file" (I assume they mean chapter) was over 100Kb.

With a little experimentation, I've found my KRZR K1 crashes at precisely 87Kb and works at 86Kb.

By the way, are there any limits to how many chapters you can have?

Can you have more than one book on your mobile at the same time?

1:42 PM, May 20, 2007 Yuet said...

the limit of the chapter number depends on the maximum jar filesize that your phone can support.

to put more than one book, you need to give your jar a unique name instead of YuetReader. then you should be able to install more than one jar files. You can change the MIDlet-Name in the meta-inf\ file.

glad you like this app.

7:51 PM, May 24, 2007 Sanguine said...

Awesome application man. Love it!
Works (almost)perfectly on the SE k750.

There is one small thing though. On the first run of the application, all menu text appears as unrecognized characters. Works perfectly from the second run on though.

Also, being able to name the chapters would be cool for a next version.

8:02 PM, May 24, 2007 Sanguine said...

I was reading through the other comments and noticed somebody suggested adding diachritycal support for romanian language etc.

Well, I'm romanian and diachritycs work. Just have to save the file as

2:28 PM, May 28, 2007 Yuet said...

they were talking about translation of the menu text. I have had the translation for Romanian. I will compile it into the program soon.

2:41 AM, June 09, 2007 Daniel said...

Hi Yuet--

This is a great tool! I recently traded in my Treo (which died) for a Moto V3xx and since I actually read MORE than I use my phone, I was really excited to find this.

I've written up a readme (I'm a tech writer in my day job) that I'll send off to you to help folks figure things out.

Thanks for the great app.

9:20 AM, July 02, 2007 Anonymous said...

What a wonderful app! This has really helped me get some of my text files onto my RAZR v3xx with Cingular/AT&T. As you might know, that phone is severely crippled for file system permission. I've tried various tasks/techniques including some of your suggestions (motomidman, etc.) to get java app access to the phone's file system. I have not found a solution for reading text files from my transflash directory with an installed Java app.

Your midlet works really good! With a little amount of work, I can get those files on the phone so they can be read.

A possible request:
I would like to possibly edit the text files imbedded in the midlet by accessing the "zipped" or "jarred" files from the phone. I tried this by accessing my transflash directory on my computer, then the text file in the jar, edited the text and then saved the changes. However, when I went back into the midlet (viewing on the phone), the "old" text was visible and accessible. I thought this was weird since I had edited the very file that is the text!

Once again, thank you VERY MUCH for a solution to my problem for the most part!

1:26 PM, July 06, 2007 Yuet said...

Daniel, thanks for the readme.

to the V3xx user, it is not quite possible to update the file in the jar file using the midlet itself. After you update the jar file, you need to install it again.

2:16 PM, July 24, 2007 Anonymous said...

Hi yuet.
I tried the reader and it works i have chapters of my cisco books on my l7 phone. and i enjoy it real good.Thanks alot.and keep them new softwares coming.Problem is i want more text in there and my phone only fit 8 chapters.i tried your idea to change the midlet name on the manifest fm thing but i just dont seem to edit your name out.its like a read only me out buddy.

Njoroge R from Nairobi

12:06 PM, July 25, 2007 Yuet said...

if your chapter is long, you may need to create multiple books. I am not sure what do you want to edit in the manifest. It should be fine to change the midlet name.

10:08 PM, August 01, 2007 Anonymous said...

Hi Yuet.
twas quite easy to change the midlet name.i wonder why i had not seen it before.someone had to give me some help though.Now i appreciate the app even more.looking foward to the next version.thanks.

Am looking for the equivalent of rdslite and moto midlets manager for nokia and sony erricson k750i. any help will be very welcome.


2:20 PM, August 05, 2007 Yuet said...

Njorogen, I am not familiar with nokia/SE phones.

3:53 PM, September 01, 2007 juan ignacio said...

this is the first time i,ve found how to read in a pantech pg1410, man, as a good reader you should know how much i love you, thanks thanks thanks thanks from argentina
PD: i use to do it whit wattpad, so, you make my life cheaper

2:13 PM, September 03, 2007 Anonymous said...

Greetings Yuet and everyone!

Can anyone help me how to use YuetReader on a Samsung SGH-E370 phone? I do everything as told, I use File transfer tool to load the .jar on the phone, it puts it into Other files folder, and I don't know how to open it. What am I doing wrong?


5:02 PM, September 10, 2007 Anonymous said...

Disregard my previous post, since I've learned that E370 supports JAVA app install only via WAP. So bad luck.
Gonna get a Sony k750i though, and I'll try your reader on it any way:)


9:03 PM, September 13, 2007 Yuet said...

juan ignacio, glad you find it useful.

Jazz, does your phone has bluetooth? try to send your jar via BT.

12:35 AM, September 14, 2007 Anonymous said...

Yes, I used this File transfer tool via Bluetooth (w/ Bluesoleil sw), but then I was told that WAP is the only way with this model. So I'll try to config that up and d/l the reader that way if possible.

However, I tried your app on a borrowed k750i, and I found it cool as well:) I hope I can make it work on the Samsung too.


4:17 PM, September 16, 2007 Yuet said...

Jazz, I believe it should work if you find the way to install it.

11:23 PM, September 17, 2007 Deoraj said...

thanks mate for the reader.....really appreciate it. i have placed it on a motorola L7 works great except for one minor detail. i have a 256 Mb card in it, but the program only shows me two screen full of info. when i try to scroll further it doesnt work. please please help. btw the chunk of txt is 12kb.

9:16 PM, September 22, 2007 batman said...

Yoo... nice application...
can't help to wait for further development. Well, the only problem is, we cannot read a big file directly (need to be seperated to few txt files).. but o well... it is great =D

10:37 PM, December 04, 2007 Lora said...

Hi, this is such a great midlet!!! I am now able to read when i'm on the road...

Anyway, I have a hard time trying to rename my midlet to the name of my ebook...

can you (step by step pls) place the instructions on how to do this?

4:43 AM, December 18, 2007 john said...


Great app. I have been using it for about a week and I LOVE IT! The only place I stumbled a little was in opening MANIFEST.MF file. i didn't realize that you had to use the Edit command in 7-Zip.

Thanks for the app.

1:46 PM, December 31, 2007 William said...

HI YEUT! Im William. I read your blog and was thrilled to know that i can download e-book to my MOTOROLA v3i. I reread your post about it but it seems that i cant get it. Im ot really good in computer stuff so if you can give me your time in giving me the step-by-step instruction on how to do it, I will be happy. Thanks!! pls e-mail me at if you have time. Thnaks in advance.

4:40 PM, February 21, 2008 Metalmanicman said...

Thanks heaps for very cool little fone app book reader.
I like it lots.!
Works very well in my nokia S40 platform (6233)
I load entire book as a single textfile. Scrolls nicely
--Sometimes it opens saying "nothing to display" But I just hit '*' Then it works!--
Thank you again. I look forward to new release.

10:35 PM, April 06, 2008 Anonymous said...

Your app run fine 4 me.

I had a problem that..
I created a textfile2.txt
But when run the app, there are no chapter 3 in the list.

But after I replace as textfile0.txt
and the original textfile0.txt become textfile2.txt

But there still no chapter3 in the list.

Any option???

12:08 AM, April 12, 2008 Yuet said...

when you install/replace the jar file, you have to choose the option to delete the data. don't save the data.

3:22 PM, April 17, 2008 Anonymous said...

Hello, thanks for this very helpful application. It works fine on my Motorola L7.

One remark: Would it be possible to correct the small mistake: "Infomation" instead of "Information". This is a window title that is displayed between chapter changes.

9:11 PM, June 05, 2008 king said...

I'd be more than happy if you can open source this program. This way people can make improvements and add functions to their own need.

1:30 PM, June 09, 2008 Anonymous said...

i was looking for a good .txt file reader on the internet this past few weeks.... and of all the things i found... this is the only one that worked on my phone.... for those having a hard time knowing how to put text files to the reader... its quite easy actually... just right click the yuetreader.jar file... then open it with winrar.... then just drag the txt files.... and can read it on your phone.... the rest is up to you....i just shared what i was doing to read the should rename the files though..enjoy reading!

1:42 PM, June 09, 2008 Anonymous said...

Hi my name is sam from the philippines.... i just wanna ask.... why the word wrap doesn't work on my phonw.... when a word wasn't able to finish in a page the remaining letters will be on the next line....why is that? how come its called word wrap...? and also...can i use a different filename,, aside from textfile0.txt?? im planning to use this for song lyrics.... you created a great using it right now... i just wanna ask these things....

1:29 PM, December 01, 2008 Developer4lease said...

Great tool. Thank you so much for that valuable information. A must read to the world. I have taken a print out. Could i share your link?

Developer4lease-Web Business, Application Development, Android

11:42 PM, December 02, 2008 Yuet said...

sure, feel free to share the link.

for others, sorry that I can't reply you one by one now. but I have read your comments.

8:10 PM, December 29, 2008 Stanoje said...

Hi, awesome little app.

Is there a way to mute it so that it doesn't play that "ta-ding" sound when bookmarking, etc?

11:50 AM, September 28, 2009 Dan said...

Awesome! I can have a good book on hand wherever I go, anytime. Truly priceless.

Thanks for sharing this great app! Web