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    Evince

    Evince is a document viewer for multiple document formats. It currently supports pdf, postscript, djvu, tiff, dvi, cbr, cbz, etc. The goal of Evince is to replace the...

    Open Source Windows Linux PortableApps.com

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    Xodo

    Xodo is the ultimate cross-platform PDF viewer and annotator. And it’s 100% free. Powerful, fast, and optimized for all phones and tablets, Xodo’s mobile app makes it...

    Free Android iPhone Windows RT Android Tablet Windows Phone ... iPad Kindle Fire

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    Notability

    Notability is the first truly integrated note-taking app for iOS. Standing on a framework that automatically links notes with audio recordings, Notability supports all...

    Commercial iPhone iPad

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    qAllInOne

    qAllInOne (aka qAIO) is a free open-source software built using Qt to provide users an All-In-One media player, so it can view images, play videos and audio. Features...

    Open Source Mac Windows Linux BSD

  • Gaaiho PDF Reader icon

    Gaaiho PDF Reader

    Free PDF reader with a complete set of annotation tools. It also includes signing and sharing options.

    Free Windows Android iPhone Android Tablet iPad

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    PocketBook Reader

    Read, search, make notes & highlights in PDF (Adobe DRM), EPUB (Adobe DRM), DjVu, TXT, FB2, FB2.zip book formats. Enjoy a unique, fast and user-friendly interface...

    Free Android Android Tablet

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    Atril

    Atril is a simple multi-page document viewer. It can display and print PostScript (PS), Encapsulated PostScript (EPS), DJVU, DVI, XPS and Portable Document Format (PDF)...

    Open Source Linux

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    ezPDF Reader

    ezPDF Reader is a PDF viewer with some powerful features such as TTS (Text-to-Speech), annotations and PDF forms. Customized Viewing Clearly presented without the...

    Commercial Android iPhone

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    Flipping PDF Reader

    The Flipping PDF Reader allows to read PDF documents in user friendly interface with flipping book effect. Good looking and convenient alternative for Adobe PDF Reader.

    Free Windows

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  • FileApp icon

    FileApp

    FileApp reads many files types such as PDF, Microsoft Office documents, Open Documents and plays multimedia contents. And also stores the files.

    Free iPhone iPad

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  • PDF Expert icon

    PDF Expert

    PDF Expert lets you read and annotate PDF documents, highlight text, make notes and save these changes being compatible with Preview and Adobe Acrobat. Moreover, PDF...

    Commercial Mac iPhone iPad

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Any Alternatives for GoodReader for Android?

Comment by Sisee
about GoodReader May 2015

Fist of all, I am sorry if this is in the wrong section, I'm unfamiliar with this forum layout.

I recently purchased an Android tablet, with the hopes of it being a replacement for my iPad.

One of the many uses I have for a tablet is being able to access and read PDF files stored on my Mac.

GoodReader has a built in system to alow this. As well as having access to numerous online servers.
It's the local server access I'm specifically looking for.

My Mac is set to host specific folders as both AFP and SMB servers.
I understand that getting AFP access on a non-Apple device may not be possible, but surely SMB is.

I have tried over a dozen different PDF readers today.
None of them capable of accessing a local host.
Some of them have options for online servers, but not SMB or any other local hosts.

If anyone is familiar with GoodReader, you'll know of what I mean.
All I want is a relatively simple interface, but options to download or access files stored locally on my Mac.

I am open to any suggestions.
But all of the suggested alternatives that an online search gave are without the feature I'm looking for.

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