SDK for iOS

February 07, 2020

Today we release the first public version of FBReader SDK for iOS. The developer library that helps to build an ebook reader based on the FBReader engine is now available for both Android and iOS.

Demo version of the SDK is downloadable for free. The full version is paid.

FBReader for iOS in Spanish and Ukrainian

January 18, 2020

Update 1.0.16 for iOS is ready for install. User interface translated into popular languages

  • Eastern Europe: Czech, Polish, Ukrainian
  • Western Europe: French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
  • Chinese



This version also fixes bugs related to cloud sync and page turning by volume buttons.

First public release of FBReader SDK

October 10, 2019

Our new product, FBReader SDK. A library that allows you to build your own application on FBReader engine. Light, stable, highly customizable. Includes some features from upcoming FBReader relades.

The SDK for Android is already available. iOS version expected by the end of 2019.

September updates

September 03, 2019

FBReader 3.0.16 for Android and 1.0.10 for iOS available on Google Play and on the App Store, respectively. The updates fix the position saving/restoring issues on both platforms.

One more update of the iPhone/iPad app integrates FBReader day/night feature with system light/dark modes. It will be available immediately after the official iOS 13 release.

FBReader 1.0.8 for iOS

March 02, 2019

The bugfix release already on the App Store.

  • New ipads (without a home button) improvement: the app hides home indicator in reading mode
  • FBReader opens ePub archives with non-ASCII entry names

New Year 2019 Sale

December 31, 2018


FBReader for Android and iOS is on sale (30% off) until end of 7th January 2019.

Have a Happy New Year!

FBReader 1.0.7 for iOS

November 15, 2018

New update uploaded to the App Store.

  • Better default styles for new iPhones XS, XS Max, and XR
  • Fixed some text formatting issues

FBReader 1.0.6 for iPhone and iPad

July 23, 2018

New minor update available on the App Store.

  • The app opens “broken” ePub and fb2 files
  • Fixed sync issue that caused loss of positions during the first connection of a new device
  • Few iPhone X specific UI tweaks