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But games are just the beginning of an ecosystem of Kindle apps. We've already looked at a few ways you can make Kindle 3's much-improved browser work like a champ for news reading , but just like with smartphones, a dedicated RSS application could potentially suit some users even better.
At iReader Review, RSS readers are listed along with email clients, weather apps, finance apps, and chat as functions currently performed using the browser that would make natural apps for Kindle. The author makes a strong case for these apps as indicative of the kinds of apps that will do well on the Kindle — providing focused information in a client specifically tailored to the Kindle device and Kindle user.
Livescribe's app store provides a potential model for the Kindle ; an array of pencil-and-paper games, translation services, and reference applications, all perfectly suited for a simple text interface and black-and-white display.
Finally, there's the one-in-a-million possibility. One of the biggest knocks on site had been that its Kindle supports its own unique formats but not ePub, an e-book standard many other companies have rallied around.
After my fight against the PDF format hell and poppler, I discovered the epub format that's a really simple format for electronic books.
An epub is a zip with some XML files describing the book index and every chapter is a xhtml and xhtml is a good format compared to PDF because you can parse easily with any XML lib and the content is tagged and well structured so you know what's a heading, what's a paragraph, etc. So I started to write a simple C library to read epub files, thinking about add epub support to evince. That's how libgepub was born. I tried to integrate libgepub in evince , I've something working, rendering with webkit, but nothing really useful, because evince needs pages and it's not easy to split an xhtml file in pages with the same height, because xhtml is continuous text and it adapts to the page width, so I give up and leave this branch.
Books has an initial epub support, that consists only in showing in the collection, but when you click on the book, an error message was shown because there's no epub preview support. I've libgepub with GIR support and books was written with gjs so it was easy for me to add an initial support for epub documents using libgepub and rendering with webkit.
So libgepub is used in a gnome app to render epub documents and for that reason gnome depends on libgepub now.
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