43 ratings (4.163 average)
What's new in this version (11.10.18):
+ Software update
+ Texts in several versions
+ Daylight & nighttime colors
+ Moving to SD card
+ Voice output
"The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark" or shortly "Hamlet" by the great English playwright William Shakespeare as a premium e-book app with voice output (TextToSpeech).
The play, set in the Kingdom of Denmark, recounts how Prince Hamlet exacts revenge on his uncle Claudius for murdering the old King Hamlet, and then succeeding to the throne and marrying Gertrude, the King Hamlet's widow and mother of Prince Hamlet.
* ARCHAIC SPELLING
Themes: William Shakespeare, Hamlet, revenge, murder, Shakespeare tragedy, Shakespeare tragedies, Shakespeare literature, world literature, universal literature, play, drama, poetry, prince of poets, theatre, theater, London, voice output, TextToSpeech
This FREE edition of the app includes ads which finance the development. If the ads annoy you or you just want to support this app's development, you can upgrade to the PRO edition which is completely ad-free. Apart from that both versions are equal.
Standalone software - no need for an eBook reader like Aldiko, Kindle, RepliGo, BeamReader, Laputa, Moon+, FBReader, iSilo etc.
Just install it and enjoy reading or listening.
* Daylight & nighttime colors
* Voice output (text to speech, TextToSpeech)
* Move to SD card
* Clickable table of contents
* English and German program language
* Contents rotate automatically (portrait/landscape)
* Fullscreen images on/off by long click
* Options menu
+ Help page
+ Settings page
- Text color
- Background color
- Text size
- Text padding
+ Link to all iwpSoftware apps in Android Market
+ Go to bookmark
+ Set bookmark
+ Set current image as wallpaper
+ Link to image/item/description
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Last comments from Android Market
There are huge chunks of text missing from this? At college reading this play I'm getting lost as parts are missing... Act 4 scene 4 Is too short..
Just what I needed! And FREE!!!
Saved me money for my english class.