Updates of the app and SDK for iOS

May 23, 2022

Today we release FBReader 1.1.4 and FBReader SDK 0.99.4 for iOS.

  • Fixed letters truncation in some fonts, e.g. Academy Engraved LET
  • Vertical text scrolling speedup
  • The app adds SVG images support
  • The SDK customers can add new image formats via third-party libraries; our sample code provides SVG support via SVGKit

New FBReader 1.1.0 for iOS

March 31, 2022

  • Added continuous vertical scrolling in single column mode
  • Added the 'page-turning threshold' option. It defines the minimum distance you need to swipe text to turn the page
  • The renderer uses colours from embedded CSS styles. You can disable these colours in the preferences
  • Broken Yandex translator replaced with DeepL
  • Implemented full synchronization of bookmark styles with desktop FBReader. Using the desktop version, you can add and remove styles
  • OPDS support is delayed again :( Expected very soon
  • Simultaneously, we released iOS SDK 0.99.3, which includes all the 1.1.0 changes

SDK for iOS updated

March 19, 2022

New release 0.99.2 has been published. This version includes changes from the upcoming FBReader 1.0.26 for iOS. The ePub rendering engine can use colours defined in embedded CSS.

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 3.1 beta and SDK 1.0

November 05, 2019

Today we roll out the first beta of the next major Android release. This beta upgrades the rendering engine to our SDK. It adds support of new features, like CSS-defined colours, speeds up book loading time, and makes some UI tweaks. The beta uploaded to the Play Store, for both free and premium editions. In the same time, we released SDK 1.0 for Android.

FBReader 3.1 is scheduled for the beginning of 2020. We plan to make significant changes in PDF support, including TTS for PDFs. The release will also include completely new library view that combines local and network libraries into a single screen.

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.