Flash Reader

Importing from iTunes

You can import all supported file formats using iTunes. Start by plugging your device to your computer and launching iTunes, then switch to the device view and switch to the Apps-tab. At the lower left corner of iTunes, you should be able to see a list of applications. Find Flash Reader and select it. Now […]

Importing from Kindle

You can import AZW/AZW3 and other supported formats from the Kindle app on your Mac. First we need to find where the book files are stored so that we can copy them. Fire up Terminal and type the following command in it: open PATH_FROM_KINDLE_APP NOTE: You can find┬áthe full folder path in the Kindle Mac […]

Importing from iOS Mail app

First, you need to send the document to your own personal address, or already have it in your inbox. Next, open up the iOS Mail app, open the email containing the document and open the document itself. Now you can tap the “Open In” button, as shown below, and this should allow you to select […]

Importing from Google Drive

First you need to find and open the file in Google Drive that you wish to import. Now you can tap the three dots in the upper right corner, followed by tapping the “Open In” button, as shown below, and this should allow you to select Flash Reader and start the importing process. NOTE: The […]

Importing from Dropbox

First you need to find and open the file in Dropbox that you wish to import. Now you can tap the three dots in the upper right corner, followed by tapping the “Open In” button, as shown below, and this should allow you to select Flash Reader and start the importing process. NOTE: The same […]

Importing from iBooks

You can import both PDFs and ePubs from the iBooks app on your Mac. Start by launching the iBooks app, then select the book you wish to import. Now drag and drop the book on your desktop to have it copied there. You can now use various different ways to send the book to Flash […]