Reading Books on the iPhone


Tim O'Reilly points to a review of the iPhone for book reading by Peter Meyers. The conclusion:

I took a look at three different kinds of content: a book from O'Reilly's Safari online reading library, a Web site whose layout appeared especially readable on the iPhone, and a PDF. The verdict? iPhone-friendly Web sites are the clear winner. Safari books take second place and are readable for about 10 pages or so at time. PDFs are as lame as ever on the small screen. Pictures, comments, and some suggestions after the jump.
From Missing Manual Gadgets
Referenced Fri Jul 20 2007 18:07:30 GMT-0600