A BoostApps reader submitted this full featured text file viewer that also works as an eBook Reader using plain text eBooks available from Gutenberg.org and other sources.It features two font sizes, configurable keys, a choice of foreground and background colors and auto scroll.

To use this app you need to way to  copy or save files to the phone. This usually requires a phone with a memory card, as most non-smartphones don’t allow users or apps to modify internal memory.

The easiest way to get text files onto the phone is by using a PC to create or download files and a cable or memory card reader to copy the files from the PC to the phone’s memory card. You can also use a web browser like UC Browser that allows you to download text files directly to the phone’s SD card.

Type: Freeware
Vendor: Olnex
Data Connection Required: no
Minimum Java ME profile: MIDP 2.0
Screen Size: All
Touch support: Yes
Reported working on: LG 306g, Nokia Asha 303, Nokia Asha 501, Samsung Rugby 4 SM-B780A, Samsung Wave GT-S8500
Reported NOT working on:
Please let us know in a comment if it works or not on your phone.

The app “MTextReader” (57 KB) is ready to download or send to your phone as filename:”MTextReader”.

Downloading uses paid data. Downloads are for basic phones that support Java ME such as Nokia S40 phones. They do not work on Android, Apple, Firefox or Windows phones.

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Go to http://boostapps.com with your phone's browser, click the "Enter jump code" link and enter this jump code: 8012

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  1. Hassle!!I cant get this app!!

  2. sir u have apps compatible in my firefly mobile R80

  3. This app doesn’t work on androids,my God how am I able to ge
    t this app

    • Use FBReader on Android. It’s a much better text file viewer and eBook Reader than MTextReader. You can find FBReader in the Play Store.

  4. Works on samsung rugby 4 SM-B780A and nokia asha 302. It is limited to txt format, and will not open epub or pdf files – so I use Albite reader for those.

  5. i to get this app

  6. Works on LG 306g

  7. can i have that app how?

  8. I will have you university

  9. what is the JAD/JAR URL of this app? i can’t find it.

  10. I did it !!!! not only once but 20x Still NOT WOrking
    what will I do den??
    Help me plz.?!

    • Be sure your phone supports Java ME. If it does and one app doesn’t work try a different one. Not all apps work with all phones.

  11. I’ve been trying but still not working…..

    • The apps on this site are not for Android.

  12. Sir, I badly need a html file viewer/reader app.

  13. Seems to work well on Nokia Asha 501. Thx, nice app!

  14. hallo sir please upload a pdf reader jar or jad file for java enabled phones.

    • I’ve never been able to find one.

  15. sir can u please hack green farm 3 touch jad.if yes then it would be very nice.

  16. Wow not bad!. It works properly on my N 2700 classic and it has 3 font option. With this i don’t have the problem of using a p.c just to modify my apps 🙂 thanks! i appreciate it!

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    Not all apps work on every phone. If one app doesn’t work on your phone try a different app.

  18. Sir but if i want use same messanger in my java nokiac200 .is it possible ? If ”no” then please sir can you do this sir?

    • This is app is an eBook Reader not a messenger. It will probably work on your Nokia. Try it and see.

  19. Sir can you please devlop facebook messange who work smartphone

    • Facebook Messenger is already in the Android Play Store and iPhone App Store.

  20. All three of the non-smartphones I’ve had have had a section of internal memory that Apps can write and read files to and from. Even the Mirro had such a section. (The problem with the Mirro was the lack of any way to get files into or out of it *other than through the internet*. ie, I could still download files, but couldn’t thereafter get them into a desktop computer.)

    My current phone, the Samsung Array, allows apps to use a section of internal memory, but doesn’t (seem to) allow them to write to the card! A directory named MemoryCard shows up in Minicommander, but that is actually the phone’s internal memory. In order to get stuff off the net it is necessary to download it to internal memory, then go into the phone’s native file manager to move it to the SD card. This limits the size of what I can download to the 40 MB of internal memory set aside for files. (The Innuendo had no such limitation.)

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