The only fix is to either remove the ePub file from my iPad--which I have to do using Linux connection to my iPad, which can be inconvenient if I'm out and about--or uninstall Readdle Documents and then reinstall.
Unfortunately, that means you lose all your data in Documents. Ouch, since that's where I store ALL my documents (e.g. videos, ePubs, PDFs, other documents, photos) on my iPad. I have to make a backup first (which can take awhile), then remove the failing app, and reinstall. It works, but...not all that great.
Today, that happened again. As a result, I loaded iFiles ($2.99), which I'd used extensively before Readdle Documents came along, and now, I use iFiles and my Barnes&Noble Nook App to read my ePubs (I like it better than the sluggish iBooks).
I have two requests:
1) Readdle Documents - Fix this. i've written you about this before and offered a possible solution. Don't ask me to send you my ePubs, though. Solution: When Documents resumes, have it go straight to the main Documents screen rather than the document being viewed.
2) iFiles - How about adding ePub support to your file viewer?
Both requests would make your products work better for your end-users/customers like me. How about it?
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