eReader 1.1 update for iPhone widens your virtual bookshelf

In my post for Salon’s Machinist column I wrote that eReader for the iPhone (and iPod touch) is a dream-come-true for me.

I’m pleased to see that FictionWise is sticking to its words to offer frequent updates and improvements to the program.

The first update offers the following enhancements:

eReader for iPhone and iPod touch version 1.1 includes the following new features:

  • The ability to download eReader PDB files from web sites other than and, as well as personal content in eReader PDB format. For details see the Personal Content FAQ.
  • New options to: lock screen orientation, tap instead of swipe to turn pages, choose white text on black background, turn off page animation, and turn off full justification of text.
  • Ability to sort the on-device bookshelf by author, title, or download date.
  • Better error messages and several bug fixes.


2 Responses to “eReader 1.1 update for iPhone widens your virtual bookshelf”

  1.   1 robinson

    That’s just great news! The added features take care of most of the initial omissions… gosh, an ipod touch may be in my future!

  2.   2 Steve

    Joe, the first book I bought from Peanut Press back in 1999 was “Nikko’s Dream”. I have just downloaded it from my bookshelf to my iPhone. There aren’t too many websites that were around in ‘99 that are still there today and still support their customers like eReader. Great company, great products!

    I am, however, having a hard time finding your works in eReader format. Is “The Deal” available in eReader format?

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