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A simple graphical E-book reader. It supports many format complexities like epub, pdf, mobi, cbr, etc. This version supports EPUB, MOBI, FB2, PDF, FB2 and Comics (CBR and CBZ) formats with support for more formats to follow soon.
Calibre is an e-book manager that can view, convert, edit and catalog e-books in all of the major e-book formats. It's a complete e-library solution that includes library management, e-book format conversion, newsfeed to e-book conversion, integrated e-book viewer, and synchronization with e-reader devices.
This package provides a command-line e-reader that reads out electronic books using speech synthesis. It has a simple user interface appropriate for Braille terminals. Currently the EPUB and Microsoft Reader eBook (lit) format are supported among many others. For full list see homepage.
FBReader is an e-book reader for Linux PDAs and desktop computers. FBReader currently works on Sharp Zaurus, Siemens Simpad with Opensimpad ROM, Nokia 770 Internet Tablet, and Linux desktop computers. FBReader supports several e-book formats: plucker, palmdoc, zTXT, HTML, fb2, TCR (psion text), and plain text.
KOReader is a document viewer application, originally created for Kindle e-ink readers. It currently runs on Kindle, Kobo, PocketBook, Ubuntu Touch and Android devices. Developers can also run a KOReader emulator for development purposes on desktop PCs with Linux, Windows and Mac OSX.
With kobo-book-downloader you can download your purchased Kobo books and remove the Digital Rights Management (DRM) protection from them. The resulting EPUB files can be read with, amongst others, KOReader.
OpenBerg Reader
OpenBerg Reader is an open-standards-based, multi-platform eBook reader. It is based on Mozilla technologies.
TEA is a Qt-based editor. Features include a tabbed layout engine, support for multiple encodings, code snippets, customizable hotkeys, Dokuwiki, tools for MediaWiki, Docbook, LaTeX, Lout, Markdown editing, string manipulation functions, bookmarks, syntax highlighting, scripting (Lua, Python, Perl, 2/Rexx, Bash, etc., the built-in file manager. TEA can read/write plain text files and import text from ODT, DOCX, RTF, ABW (Abiword), KWD, FB2, EPUB, PDF, DJVU. Spell check using Aspell and Hunspell engines.

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