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CBD Reader is an app available for several platforms, including iPad/iPhone, Android, and Kindle Fire. It supports Adobe DRM. There is also a reader that can run inside a web browser. The browser reader can read any eBook purchased from

CBD Reader is a free download eBook Reader that reads ePub files.

The CBD Reader app can import ePub eBooks from any source. It can also receive eBooks using the Adobe Reader DRM scheme. It has a special relationship for eBooks and will use eBooks as a cloud sync and download library. However, eBooks purchased on this website can also be used with any eBook Reader that supports ePub. DRM eBooks can be used with any eBook Reader that supports Adobe DRM.

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This eBook reader will follow links but you need to hold your finger down a second or so on the link to keep it from interpreting your touch as a page change.

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I have a 4 book series and it has been a struggle getting through it…the app keeps either freezing or the words disappear from the page or you can’t turn the page…you then have to either uninstall and reinstall the app or reboot your device…when I am done with this series I am deleting this app…very frustrating!

The app freezes often and many times I have difficulties turning the pages. There is no function for a Table of Contents use (which I have on Kindle for books in the same series as the ones purchased for this app). For example, I could not jump from a beginning chapter of a commentary to studying, say, Chapter 6 of that Bible book without turning every page of the commentary quite a number of pages individually to the desired place. This is especially cumbersome if the book is long and/or the app is freezing.

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Enjoy and expand your Christianbook library with our updated Christianbook Reader app!
* Fix bug not allowing user to open downloaded book
* Fixed bugs with collection
* General Bugs
* Usability Enhancements

Sync your titles and bookmarks across devices for on-the-go reading, with improved page turning, faster response, and greater accessibility for a more enjoyable experience. Choose from thousands of available titles at the touch of a button, and read classic works, contemporary favorites, and new releases from respected Christian authors.

Granted, I only just downloaded it and haven’t tried using the Notes or Bookmark functions. But the only thing I wish I could adjust so far is the page margins as it feels like the words are creeping off the page to the right and left and top and bottom. Other than that, it’s quite similar to Kindle. Wish me luck! Going to work a Francis Chan study as my first e-book here: Remembering the Forgotten God.

Not Kindle, but Not Bad!

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