It must be admitted that fb2 reading programs on Mac are in short supply. But, there is hope that this is now in the past. A small reader with a simple name BookReader has appeared in the App Store.
The program can open gigi in the following formats:
- html, webarchive (Safari);
- doc (Microsoft Word);
- rtf, rtfd;
- zip (archives of the above formats).
- Russian interface;
- two-page reading mode (FB2);
- animation of page turning;
- generating a table of contents with cross-references (FB2);
- links and markers to footnotes (FB2);
- text search;
- full screen mode;
- customizable control buttons;
- automatic and manual setting of encodings;
- setting fonts, line spacing, indents, colors;
- background texture, color and gradients;
- selection of the transformation method FB2;
- the sound of turning pages;
- automatic check for updates.
Recently, this program for reading fb2 on Mac has the ability to create your own catalog of books (like in iBooks), and not open each book separately. There is also support for ePub, which makes BookReader a complete and omnivorous replacement for the standard iBooks. If you read fb2 a lot on Mac, then you won’t find BookReader better.
📚 Download FB2 BookReader: demo / $ 9.99 on the App Store