Synonyms for tomeraider or Related words with tomeraider

ibooks              mobipocket              foxit              bebook              textwrangler              fbreader              seamonkey              bookeen              bbedit              fictionbook              iwork              abiword              omnioutliner              newsblur              cybook              openmoko              cyberlink              arghos              semware              easypeasy              oscommerce              quarkxpress              textmaker              xmetal              httrack              drawplus              iriver              gedit              etherpad              ilife              cyanogenmod              gnumeric              protracker              okular              archos              appleworks              morphos              tkwww              textpad              kdevelop              tvos              pagemaker              scribus              gnus              meleon              mobisystems              chromebook              artrage              shiira              framemaker             

Examples of "tomeraider"
TomeRaider was an ebook reader and cross-platform reference viewer for handheld devices (Android, Windows Mobile, Pocket PC, Palm OS, Psion, Symbian) and Microsoft Windows PC. TomeRaider was created by Yadabyte, a UK software and web development company. The first version of TomeRaider was developed in 1999, developed up to TomeRaider version 3.
There were over 4,000 free ebooks and reference books base available for the TomeRaider ebook readers, many of these reference books are not available in any other format. TomeRaider is the only software that supports the entire English (updated until December 2007) and the Internet Movie Database. (This file is updated on a regular basis.)
The TomeRaider e-book format is a proprietary format. There are versions of TomeRaider for Windows, Windows Mobile (aka Pocket PC), Palm, Symbian and iPhone. Several Wikipedias are available as with all articles unabridged, some even with nearly all images. Capabilities of the TomeRaider3 e-book reader vary considerably per platform: the Windows and Windows Mobile editions support full HTML and CSS. The Palm edition supports limited HTML (e.g., no tables, no fonts), and CSS support is missing. For Symbian there is only the older TomeRaider2 format, which does not render images or offer category search facilities. Despite these differences any TomeRaider e-book can be browsed on all supported platforms. The Tomeraider website claims to have over 4000 e-books available, including free versions of the Internet Movie Database and Wikipedia.
The last release was version 3, which included support for images category support, searching and compression. HTML was supported in the Pocket PC and to a lesser degree in the latest Palm version, where HTML tables and Unicode are not working yet. The TomeRaider format compresses text files to 45%–60% of the original size. Unlike other ebook readers and Wikipedia software, TomeRaider ebook reader features extremely fast searching, indexing and text compression.
The TomeRaider software version for personal computer supported on Microsoft Windows XP and Vista allows users to import and create their own TR3 files, as well as convert forward and backward between old TR file and the new TR3 version.
A new release of Wikipedia content was published by Directmedia on 6 April 2005. This package consisted of a 2.7 GB DVD and a separate bootable CDROM (running a version of Linux with Firefox). The CDROM did not contain all the data, but was included to accommodate users without DVD-drives. The DVD used Directmedia's "Digibib" software and article format; everything could be installed to a hard drive. In addition, the DVD contained an HTML tree, as well as Wikipedia articles formatted for use with PDAs (specifically, the Mobipocket and TomeRaider formats).
Craig's "memoware" database grew rapidly, as he predicted, moving to the domain in July 1997 and reaching 300 documents a few months later. He then continued adding documents and e-books, mostly donated by users, in various new mobile formats developed for Palm OS and other handhelds, including Doc and TomeRaider. By late 2001, MemoWare was serving over half a million individual users and nearly a million documents per month. In December, 2001, Craig Froehle sold MemoWare to Handmark Software. MemoWare was the oldest continuously operating website providing content specially formatted for Palm OS devices and other handhelds until Handmark ceased operating the site in September, 2014.