Wednesday, 3 April 2019
Recent nightly updates of KOReader have added useful features. First, the software is zippier than before - previously changing reading settings meant a lag as the user waits for their changes to take effect. I've also noticed that the recent Kobo build performs better than the Android version (I tested the Android version on a Likebook Mars). While KOReader's performance optimization has improved significantly it is still behind Kindle and Kobo's e-reading software. Hopefully, future updates will gradually improve performance. Other improvements include smoother highlighting of text and a gradient scale, similar to Kobo e-readers, to control margin and line spacing. To download nightly builds, visit this website.