Marvin = eBooks + Intelligence

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  • Marvin is a fast, intelligent
    eBook reader for iPad
  • Marvin is a new eBook reader for your iPad and what sets it apart is an incredible Artificial Intelligence engine that reads your books with you and helps you discover amazing things about them, their characters, places and just about anything else. You can also pin any review, article or website as well as create summaries of your books.

    Of course, in Marvin you'll also find everything you'd expect from any modern eBook reader as well as lots of other reader-friendly features you won't see anywhere else.
  • ¬†Go get it free from marvinapp.com
  • Marvin's Artificial Intelligence engine reads your books with you and helps you discover amazing things about them, their characters, places and just about anything else. You can also pin any review, article or website as well as create summaries.
  • Marvin finds all the names, characters, places and events in your book and lets you learn more about them. Tapping a name shows you its first occurrence in the book to remind you.
  • Find and pin any article, website, video or review to your books.
  • The home screen shows to the current book you are reading as well as the last 10 books you have opened.
  • A selection of beautiful reading fonts as well as a specialty, bottom-heavy font to assist users with Dyslexia.
  • Library management and sharing. You can link Marvin to your Dropbox account to get books from there.
  • Marvin loves your eyes. In addition to brightness controls, Marvin lets you tune page warmth and tint to reduce harsh lights. This is great when reading at night.
  • Manage, look up and annotate names in your book. You can save any research you make and share it with your friends in a format compatible with most web browsers and word processors.
  • Your library.
  • Pick characters, places and other names in your book, and in seconds Marvin will create a summary for you. Marvin actually creates a new eBook for you that you can read, annotate and share separately.
  • Learn more about the author and the book. Was the book made into a movie, graphic novel, play, or a radio drama?
  • Contextual page scrubbing.
  • Highlights, notes and other annotations.