Copia

Copia


As the world's first social eReading experience, Copia allows you to read and discuss the books you love with your

friends and fellow readers.

Copia for Android is a feature-rich, easy-to-use eReader that links to the Copia social reading community and

marketplace at www.thecopia.com, allowing you to sync digital books, notes and social activity between web, desktop

application and your Android device.

With Copia you can:
* Create a digital library of all the books you have ever read or plan to read, digital or physical
* Kick-start your eReading with free digital books
* View your library in intuitive visual formats like: list view, mosaic view or grid view
* Read eBooks and other digital formats in a powerful, feature-rich interface
* Highlight specific passages and bookmark pages
* Conduct threaded discussions with other readers in real-time in the margin of the book
* Track your reading progress through the progress bar visualization
* Use community value and community ratings from the Copia user base to help find new reads targeted to your

interests
* Sync and read notes from your friends and community members from within the reading experience
* Sync your library and social interaction with the Copia community online

Copia 2 is a completely rewritten app that incorporates a brand-new user interface and significant stability and feature enhancements. This initial release supports 10" tablets; an aggressive update schedule is planned and support for the full range of Android devices will be available shortly.

Recent changes:
New in Copia:

* A completely new, friendly and powerful user interface
* Significant speed improvements in the app itself and in the reader
* Stability improvements
* Enhanced ability to interact with other users
* Threaded discussions inline in book margin
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Free
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3.7
User ratings
154
Installs
5,000+
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File size
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About Copia
As the world's first social eReading experience, Copia allows you to read and discuss the books you love with your

friends and fellow readers.

Copia for Android is a feature-rich, easy-to-use eReader that links to the Copia social reading community and

marketplace at www.thecopia.com, allowing you to sync digital books, notes and social activity between web, desktop

application and your Android device.

With Copia you can:
* Create a digital library of all the books you have ever read or plan to read, digital or physical
* Kick-start your eReading with free digital books
* View your library in intuitive visual formats like: list view, mosaic view or grid view
* Read eBooks and other digital formats in a powerful, feature-rich interface
* Highlight specific passages and bookmark pages
* Conduct threaded discussions with other readers in real-time in the margin of the book
* Track your reading progress through the progress bar visualization
* Use community value and community ratings from the Copia user base to help find new reads targeted to your

interests
* Sync and read notes from your friends and community members from within the reading experience
* Sync your library and social interaction with the Copia community online

Copia 2 is a completely rewritten app that incorporates a brand-new user interface and significant stability and feature enhancements. This initial release supports 10" tablets; an aggressive update schedule is planned and support for the full range of Android devices will be available shortly.

Recent changes:
New in Copia:

* A completely new, friendly and powerful user interface
* Significant speed improvements in the app itself and in the reader
* Stability improvements
* Enhanced ability to interact with other users
* Threaded discussions inline in book margin

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Mar 6, 2015
Awful I can't even read the book. It does absolutely nothing. The book store on campus was out of the book I needed so I had to get the e-book. Why does this not just work with Google play books? At least that app works.
A Google User
Feb 25, 2015
Personal Library Support Unable to add/import and read e-books from my Personal collection. Uninstalled.
A Google User
Feb 21, 2015
Was a great app, but after update crashes. Now the books I paid for I can't read on my tablet. Very disappointed. Fix and I'll re-rate.
A Google User
Feb 5, 2015
Next time I'll just buy the book! I bought a digital version on a text book thinking that I'd reduce my workload for spring semester this year. One less book to carry would be a good thing, right? So, I followed the directions on my receipt so that I could download my book, only to become ensnared in an online version of the Twilight Zone. The nightmarish merry-go-round that this website sent me on was unbelievable! At first I couldn't find where to enter my pin number so that I could download my book. Then, after an hour of searching, I finally found it (don't ask me how, it just appeared). So I entered my pin number, thinking I'd FINALLY get to download my book and study at last, only to be prompted to download iTunes. So I downloaded iTunes and went back to find my book. It was then I was told that the code I was given at my bookstore, the very code I'd paid for was no longer valid. WTF?! All this just to try to reduce the number of books I carry to class... Nah, next time I'll just buy the BOOK!
A Google User
Jan 21, 2015
Unreliable. I read a book once before the app became useless. App tells me my adobe account is unavailable. Also does not sync across devices and has many developmental errors. Clearly not a professionally made application.
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