ePub is a standard e-book format which is used by many online ebook hosting sites. Firefox users can use an addon called EPUBReader to directly open any ePub format quickly in the browser's window. Then what' about other browsers' users? How to directly read the ePub books on Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer?
MagicScroll is an amzaing service that lets you read any online EPUB file including books from Google Books and Project Gutenberg in your browsers. Visit www.magicscroll.net to get started. You will find The interface is very simple and easy to use
Read ePub books on MagicScroll
To read an epub file from a website, just copy and paste the download link into the bar and then hit the Read file button. MagicScroll will process the book for quick reading. Use the arrow icon to turn the page. If you are bothered with the arrow keyes, click on the Play icon at the right bottom corner and the page will start automatically scrolling. Additional, the playback speed could also be adjusted. Is it your favorite book? Click on the Download icon to save the epub book on your computer.
The page doesn't take up the full screen by de default, but you can switch to the full screen mode after pressed on the " Expand the page to full screen" icon. You can also pull out the table of contents to jump to a particular chapter.
The Adjust settings windows provides the option to customize the page color and text font to your preference. These are very useful options for comfortable reading.
MagicScroll will remember what books you're reading and what page you're on, so it will work even if you don't have an internet connection.
Upload files to MagicScroll
MagicScroll provides 50mb storage space for reading the located files on your browser. No register is required. Just click on the Browse button on the homepage to locate the epub file on your computer. You can view and manage the uploaded epub books in your MagicScroll library:
MagicScroll on Chrome Web Store
Chrome users who really like this epub reader can install Magic Scroll as a Chrome App
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