Marvin has an incredible selection of formatting options including publisher layouts and embedded fonts.
Manage smart and custom collections, edit metadata, change covers, sort, filter and group any way you like.
Control page warmth, reading timers, multi-columns, themes and dozens of other reader-friendly features.
With the new Marvin XD plugin, Marvin has the most advanced calibre support in the industry.
Almost any content you see, annotate, create or collect can be exported and shared.
Share text, reading progress, covers, pictures and annotations by email, Twitter and Facebook.
Page turn directions, swipe for brightness, smart-snapping, theme switching and more.
Integrate with web services and other apps such as IMDb, Bing Images, Google Maps, Evernote, Tweetbot and Wikipedia.
Whenever you look up words in the dictionary, Marvin remembers them and builds a vocabulary for you.
Customizable high-contrast themes, large text and a specialty, bottom-heavy font to assist readers with dyslexia.
Marvin integrates with the offline dictionary of your device as well as almost any other online dictionary.
Was the book made into a movie? Want to learn more about the author? Marvin helps you find and pin new content.
Apple's own iBooks app can open EPUB files too, but not with the same sophistication as Marvin.
There's a new reading app in town, and he's taking no prisoners... he's just obliterated the competition.
I said that Marvin could well become my go-to ebook app just for its toolset alone. Now, with its much improved text rendering, Marvin has earned a place on my iPad dock.
When Marvin came across my desk I felt like I finally got my wish... it is trying to take things a step further.
Basically it's [Marvin's Deep View feature] kind of like the X-Ray feature found on newer Kindles, except there's more to it than that.
In short, it's probably the most brilliant ereader to come out for iOS in a very long time.
Farewell Stanza. Hello Marvin! ... I can't recommend it more highly if you're looking for a near-perfect experience reading EPUBs.
...in case you're wondering about the app's customization options for fonts, margins, brightness, and whatnot, suffice it to say that Marvin has lots and lots of them.
Marvin is so good that a case could easily be made to buy an iPad + Marvin as a dedicated eBook reader.
Ever since Stanza went away, I've been looking for a replacement that was as good. This one's better.
Constant updates and improvements make this the reader to beat.
Easily the best eBook reader! - Great features and the best integration with Calibre since Stanza! Not only first page of my iPad worthy - it goes in the dock!