Kevin Conner~~Reading List is a quick, simple way to keep track of the books you want to read.First, add your books. You can enter the title and author, a photo, and notes. All fields are optional. Sort by title, author, last edit, or manually.Your list will stay organized into pages:? Books you’re reading now,? Books you’re saving for later, and? Books you have finished reading.When you hear about new books, it’s a breeze to jot them down. Next time you’re shopping, you’ll be prepared. Use the Wish List to view just the books you don’t have.When you end a book, go it to the Finished Reading page. Your friends want to know what you’ve been reading. Now you can show them.And if, like the app developer, you might start a new book and forget to end another? now you’re covered. With a reading list in your pocket, you’ll never lose track.—? Remember every book. End what you started.? Save your paper books, Kindle books, iBooks, or anything you like.? If you don’t know the title or the author, that’s OK. All fields are optional.? Books stay organized in pages. Pages can be sorted. It sure beats pen and paper.? Landscape and portrait are supported on every screen.? iPhone 4 gets Retina Display artwork.? Use it offline. Books are stored right on your device.? Snap your own book cover photos, or copy and paste from Safari.? Wish List view shows just the books you don’t have.? ??? Japanese language help is built in.? I’m listening! Tell me your thoughts and problems by email or Twitter.New in 1.4:? Sort by Title, Author, Last Edit, or manually.—Please visit readinglistapp.com or follow @readinglistapp on Twitter. What are you reading?Special thanks:App icon by Leslie AldridgeJapanese translations by Lane Huff and Yuka AritomiTab icons by Joseph Wain / glyphish.com, licensed under Creative Commons: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/us/
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on May 18 2011. Filed under Book Readers.
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