E-books on the iPhone (pt. 2)

December 23, 2008 at 5:12 pm Leave a comment

I finally managed to download a bunch of e-books onto my iPhone, a couple of days before we’re off to Jervis Bay. Initially, I couldn’t hook up to my router as I’d typed in the wrong password – damn encryption key – but once I got it right, the whole directory download (via iphonebookshelf.com) took less than a minute. So yay, got my holiday reading material sorted.

Because tis the season, I’m posting a kind note about the Vatican. They’ve approved a prayerbook app that brings the eBreviary, or book of hours, to the iPhone. The app is the free iBreviary. If you’d like PDF versions of the prayers instead, go to http://www.ebreviary.com.

Another obvious ploy on my part to show how useful e-books are.

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