My N73

A blog on Nokia N73 Mobile

N73 as an e-Book Reader

N73 comes with a Adobe Reader LE for reading PDF documents. But we need more powerful application for managing, viewing, subscribing e-books.

Here is a free application to do that. The MobiPocket Reader from Amazon can do all these. It can subscribe eboos, eDocs and eNews. You can buy new books online from the application and download it to your mobile. You can also download lot of free ebooks also, though the download links for free ebooks are not given in the phone application.

The interface is good with nice readable font. You can control color, font size, orientation (landscape / portrait) etc. Please see the screen shots below.

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What I recommend is, download the PC version from this link. Once it is installed it can search for supported mobile device either via bluetooth or usb. If found, your phone will be installed with the necessary application. Then you can drag synchronize your ebooks with your mobile. You can even import PDF or office documents to your mobile. You can select either the phone memory or memory card to store ebooks.

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For installing the phone application alone, you can view the installation methods.

For free ebooks, visit

or you can even search in google for free ebooks.


March 11, 2007 - Posted by | N73 Applications, N73 Free Applications


  1. […] have the habit of reading books (mainly fictions). So my Mobi Pocket Reader helped me to read ebooks. Texts were very sharp so that it is easy to read. It can display more […]

    Pingback by One week with my N73 « My N73 | April 6, 2007 | Reply

  2. good

    Comment by Waseem Ullah Khan | May 5, 2007 | Reply

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