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Old 25-02-2003, 05:32 PM
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New: ReadM for Series 60 - eBook Reader and MP3 Player

ReadM by A Zavorine is a Series 60 ebOOK reader and MP3 Player. It supports the following formats: Aportis DOC, TCR and MP3. Fetures include auto-scrolling, landscape and portrait view, bookmarks, annotations and more. This program is freeware.

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ReadM is a reader for electronic books, which supports a variety of popular text and audio formats, including Aportis DOC, TCR, and MP3. Plain text files inside GZIP (not ZIP) archives are also supported. You can download books via infrared, Bluetooth, or Internet connection (there are several popular Internet portals with free eBooks in supported formats, e.g., www.memoware.com.) The books you download could also be shared with other mobile devices and beamed through infrared or Bluetooth, or send with e-mail or MMS. ReadM can be used as an embedded viewer for compatible formats in e-mail attachments, MMS, or WAP pages. You can also playback any MP3 music files with ReadM (MPEG Audio Layer 3 versions 1, 2 and 2.5 are supported.)

ReadM major features :
bookmarks, highlights, annotations, and text corrections.
portrait and landscape text orientation.
text autoscrolling.
language support including hyphenation.
backlight timeout control for text view.
global and per book settings.

The software can be downloaded for free from the authors website:
http://www.geocities.com/zavorine/symbian/readm.htm
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Old 25-02-2003, 06:50 PM
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Re: New: ReadM for Series 60 - eBook Reader and MP3 Player

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You can also playback any MP3 music files with ReadM (MPEG Audio Layer 3 versions 1, 2 and 2.5 are supported.)
that's nice but Nokia 7650 and Nokia 3650 doesn't have stereo sound output, so you have to listen to the music in mono!

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that makes no sense to listen to MP3 music in mono.
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LOL, so I guess when walkmans where MONO you didnt listen to music? I couldnt care less for stereo anyways. Its a good thing but music doesnt make sense if it isnt 5.1 or 6.1.....which no mobile phone has....so listening mp3s without 6 speakers isnt worth according to your sayings.

Cutting the crap...it might be for you but that doesnt mean others dont enjoy music...even if it is in MONO.
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I prefer stereo but its not essential.

Nearly all Jukeboxes are mono as stereo does not work with odd speakers scattered all over the place.

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that makes no sense to listen to MP3 music in mono.
Unless you happen to like 50's Ska music, which is all in mono anyway. Or audio books. Stereo is overrated. ;-)
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Unless you happen to like 50's Ska music, which is all in mono anyway. Or audio books. Stereo is overrated. ;-)
P800 has stereo sound output. Must be this pesky Sony that is sticking its memory sticks everywhere that is forcing such stupid ideas.

Sorry pal, but all MP3s from KaZaA are in stereo... or love is blind? do you get my drift?

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it works for nokia ngage n ngage-qd sorry guys it wasnt meant for 7650. great program
 

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