Sidebooks Made Available For Android Users

April 29, 2013


Sidebooks, a popular iPhone and iPad application for reading PDF documents like books has received an update making it compatible with Android. Users of Google’s mobile operating system can now use the popular PDF viewer app without issue. Sidebooks brought out by Tokyo Interplay Co., Ltd. is a free downloadable application, which lets users read PDF documents just like an actual book with realistic page turning effects. The application also features a bookshelf management feature allowing owners to manage their PDF books in virtual bookshelves. Integration with Dropbox allows for seamless access via the cloud. PDF files can then be secured through password protection. Is this another example of Androids growing market share as a mobile OS?

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