cbd reader app ipadDecember 15, 2021
If you’ve got a question about Chunky or are having problems, shoot me a mail and I’ll get back to you ASAP.
Note to naughty kids reading this: The last 3 emergency unlocks will be listed in the parental controls section, so your folks are probably going to notice and have some difficult questions for you.
No good reason. I like chunky knitwear, chunky rice, chunky bacon, Chunk from The Goonies. Plus it comes early in the alphabet so you don’t have to scroll too far down the iTunes file loading screen.
Hit the little radar button in the dialog that appears, and you should get a list of local computers including yours.
Pick your computer and fill in your username and password for your computer (or if you shared the folder with everyone, try leaving them blank)
Get in touch and ask! I can’t guarantee I’ll add what you need, but most of Chunky’s best features exist because someone asked for them.
There are also a ton of interesting independent and auteur comics and publishers out there who’ve gone DRM-free; a few to check out include Panel Syndicate, Double Barrel, The Bunker, Thrillbent, Manta Ray, The Uniques and Rainbow in the Dark.
In Chunky, add a ‘Calibre / Ubooquity / OPDS’ account. In the dialog that pops up, in the server field enter your Ubooquity server’s network address, and add opds-comics onto the end of it. It should look something like this: 192.168.1.100:2202/opds-comics .
If you have a choice of formats, CBZ should be your first choice – it has the least potential for weird problems (and really CBR and CBT have no reason to exist at all).
Top Shelf has released a first wave of DRM-free books, including the excellent ‘Heck’ and ‘Crater XV’.
Now open the ‘General’ section and make a note of your network address.
Got a comic or publisher that you think should be on this list? Tell me!
I spent a while on this, but it was no fun to work on and not much fun to use so I eventually gave up. I might come back to it someday but probably not for a while. Sorry.
Now hit ‘Connect’ and if all is well, navigate to the subfolder you want to add to Chunky and pick ‘Select’.
It’s an awesome protocol and I’d love to support it if they every release an SDK (which is apparently in the works).
I forgot my passcode, how do I get past the parental lock?
Yep, but you’ll be stuck with version 2.3.2 which has a few bugs (but nothing too bad).
If you get stuck, don’t hesitate to get in touch via the Tools menu and ask for help.
I can’t refund you directly, but Apple is normally really good about giving refunds, no questions asked – I’d much rather you get your money back than have an unhappy customer. Check here for how to ask Apple.
First, share the folder with your comics on your PC or Mac.
Yep, you can try Chunky’s web interface (Pro upgrade required)
Many Golden- and Silver-Age comics are now in the public domain, and The Digital Comic Museum and Comic Book Plus both do great work collecting and publishing these online for you to download completely free.
You can also reach me on Twitter: Tweet to @ChunkyReader.
I got the upgrade but it didn’t do what I expected it to.
It can handle CBZs, CBRs, CBTs, and PDFs, and if they contain CBI/ComicbookLover or ComicRack tag info it’ll read and use that too.
You get the ability to download comics directly from your PC/Mac in a variety of ways (SMB, AFP, FTP, SFTP, OPDS, Calibre, Ubooquity and ComicStreamer), the ability to tweak the app’s colour-scheme, the option to auto-crop page borders, zap watermarks from some PDFs, download a folderful of images as a single comic, and a warm fuzzy feeling from supporting an app you (hopefully) like.
Sorry, I’d really love to support more platforms but I don’t have the time and energy to do a good enough job of it.
First, go to ‘Advanced’ in Ubooquity and switch on ‘Enable OPDS feed’. Hit ‘Apply and restart server’ for this to take effect.
Hit the little arrow at the bottom-left, under the page number.
In Chunky, hit ‘Edit’ or ‘+’ at the top left of the cloud menu, and pick ‘Windows shared folder’
Humble Bundle do incredibly good-value comics bundles and they change often so you should check back regularly. Protip: You can import comics from your library directly using Chunky’s webview.
Chunky wants to take the friction out of reading comics on your iPad – it’s jammed full of little features designed to make your comics look as good as possible and make reading them a pleasure.
The company that develops CBDReader is Christianbook.com, LLC. The latest version released by its developer is 1.26.
CBDReader is a free app for iOS published in the Reference Tools list of apps, part of Education.
The CBD Reader is an eBook reading platform that enables you to read Christianbook eBooks on your iPhone/iPod/iPad. All of your eBooks and their bookmarks will be stored on Christianbook servers, so you can start reading on one computer or device and move to another without losing your place.
To install CBDReader on your iOS device, just click the green Continue To App button above to start the installation process. The app is listed on our website since 2011-07-20 and was downloaded 175 times. We have already checked if the download link is safe, however for your own protection we recommend that you scan the downloaded app with your antivirus. If your antivirus detects the CBDReader as malware or if the download link for the iOS app with the id 421885329 is broken, use the contact page to email us.