let users upload their own pdfs. As a grad student i would like to read my textbooks.
As it stands I cannot read my own material. I have therefore spent $20 for this app and cannot use it! I am very disappointed as I had high hopes this app would help me.
Is there a way to open my own pdf files with your app?
Currently we do not support PDF. There are some accessibility issues with PDF format in general. We will keep you posted if there are any changes.
Wade H commented
I completely agree with the anonymous grad student. Why would I pay for your application if you don't provide the ability to access .pdf files. I MIGHT take a free look if you put it on AppsGoneFree for a free trial. I'm not inclined to spend $20 for something that cannot be fully useable for me. Your post was over a year ago Shajey. What's the status of the accessibility issues you mentioned on 2/26/12? Are you willing to go AppsGoneFree for a trial? Thanks for you reply (please).
Nancy R commented
Can documents be saved in a DAISY format using a converter, moved to an ipad through application such as dropbox, then be read using Read2Go?
I am trying to load books from gutenberg.org but i failed, do not know to load books epub etc . please help me.
Mary Westendorf commented
You can use Bookshare to download any text book so you should be able to get your grad student books. Call the help desk if you need help. 650-352-0198
I got a kindle fire. i can convert pdf to word and read, highlight, etc that way. Buying your app was just a donation to you... so enjoy. I am aware there are issues with pdfs on many platforms. I am glad I found a way to deal with my issue -- requires a lot of work, but better than not.
The Read2Go app does not have the ability to read pdf file as it is only able to read Daisy 2.02 and Daisy 3.0 files.