eReader Pro Price Lowered
Following the recent sale of the company, eReader has reduced the price of the Palm OS Pro version of its eBook software by half to $4.95. The new registration price buys not only the Pro version of the app but a basic version of Merriam Webster's Pocket Dictionary containing 40,400 entries and a few free e-books as well. The free e-books are actually public-domain titles modified and formatted in the eReader format. They are the 9/11 Commission Report, H.G. Wells' sci-fi classic The Time Machine, and an eReader bestseller catalog sampler. The price of the add-on Agfa Font Pack, unfortunately, remains unchanged at $14.95.
Despite not having seen a version update in nearly two years, I can still highly recommend the purchase of eReader Pro, especially at this price. The free eReader app is still available to download but for just a few dollars more, the Pro version bundle brings additional functionality and content. This pricing is presumably permanent (or at least until they decide to do a Palm OS version 3.0 of the app), as the eReader site says nothing about this being a limited time promotional sale.
You can read our previous review of eReader Pro here.
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