How to use WebReader

If you are like me, you will often save PDF’s or Web pages (for tickets receipts, orders, books, Manuals, or anything else you want to keep) and struggle to find them again later. Now I always save any web documents to the "Web" folder within the "Documents" folder ("My Documents" for Windows XP).



The WebReader application can be accessed from the football/Soccer icon in the system tray (near the clock on the Task Bar). It basically allows quick and easy access to any saved documents. You can view, print and browse within the application and also organize your documents by creating folders and navigating to them.

When using Internet Explorer or Chrome you can save the current page by pressing 'Ctrl + S', make sure you save into the 'Web' folder. Whenever you want to access this document just use Web-eReader; it's quick and easy, just double click the Football Icon, then double click your document.

All suggestions and feature requests are welcome,

Chanelle Alare

Check for the latest versions:

Direct Download:

47 Books in one download:

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes
The Classics Volume 1
The Classics Volume 2
The Best of Shakespeare
The Best of Charles Dickens


Version 3.0:
Speech Support
Internet History Viewer
DPI Graphics fixes
Fixed some annoying bugs