I _am_ using the App Store version. You're right, however, in saying
that its support for Plucker really depends on the documents you are
viewing. Mine happen to be web apps in all cases, so I have been
disappointed so far. I'll keep my eyes out for the new version and see
> Depends on what you need.
> If you want to read plucker eBooks and don't need images or hyper
> links you can use textReader http://code.google.com/p/iphonetextreader >
> The current version is for 1.1.4 jailbreak. A 2.0 version will be
> available soon, and a version for the app store will be out in a week
> or two depending on Apple.
> Books.app is available from the app store now. The previous version
> had limited plucker support - but it wasn't complete enough to be
> useful. I have not had a chance to see what kind of support the app
> store version has. Try it and see.
> There are probably other projects available, but I'm not sure what the
> status would be.
> Good Luck
> On Jul 12, 2008, at 3:36 PM, "Alan Hoyle" <alanh@emai...> wrote:
>> A couple of months ago, there was some discussion about a possible
>> plucker port to the iPhone, or maybe support for plucker documents on
>> another reader. Has there been any movement on this?
>> I also noticed that there's a site called readdle.com that claims to
>> support plucker docs stored online and served over the web. This is
>> interesting in as much as it would give me access to documents I've
>> already created, but it defeats the "I'm not longer dependent on a
>> network connection" aspect.
>> - Alan Hoyle - alanh@unc.... - http://www.alanhoyle.com/ - >> _______________________________________________
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