ⓘ Reader. Microsoft Reader An e-reader, a device or software for viewing e-books Bible Reader for Palm, a discontinued PDA application Sony Reader Amazon Kindle A ..

                                     

ⓘ Reader

  • Microsoft Reader
  • An e-reader, a device or software for viewing e-books
  • Bible Reader for Palm, a discontinued PDA application
  • Sony Reader
  • Amazon Kindle
  • Adobe Reader now Adobe Acrobat, a PDF reader
  • A card reader, for extracting data from various forms of card-shaped media
  • K-NFB Reader, a handheld electronic reading device for the blind
  • Reader, an off-line content viewing feature of Apples Safari web browser
  • Screen reader, a software application that attempts to identify and interpret what is being displayed on the screen
  • Google Reader, a discontinued web app for handling RSS/Atom feeds
  • Lisp reader, the parser function in the Lisp programming language
  • Newsreader Usenet, for reading newsgroup posts
  • Nintendo e-Reader, a device to read paper card media for the Game Boy Advance
  • Microsoft Fingerprint Reader
  • Foxit Reader, a multilingual PDF tool
                                     

1. Education and literature

  • McGuffey Readers, a well-known early series of such books
  • Basal reader, a book used to teach reading and associated skills to schoolchildren
  • Anthology, a book of selections of writing, usually by many authors
  • Uncle Johns Bathroom Reader, a series of books containing trivia and short essays on miscellaneous topics
  • The Reader, a 1995 novel by Bernhard Schlink
  • Reader-response criticism, a literary theory, primarily German and American
                                     

2. Newspapers and magazines

  • High Plains Reader, an independent weekly tabloid
  • Duzhe, translated Readers), a Chinese magazine
  • San Diego Reader, a weekly newspaper in San Diego, California
  • Weekly Reader formerly My Weekly Reader, an educational magazine for children
  • The Reader magazine, a literary quarterly published by the University of Liverpool
  • The Reader newspaper, a weekly in Omaha, Nebraska
  • Chicago Reader, a newsweekly
  • Los Angeles Reader, a defunct weekly paper
  • Utne Reader, a periodical
                                     

3. Occupations

  • Reader Inns of Court, a senior barrister of the Inns of Court in London elected to deliver lectures on a particular legal topic
  • Reader academic rank, in British education the position between senior or principal lecturer and professor
  • A person employed to entertain cigar factory workers by reading aloud
  • Reader liturgy, a person charged with reading Scripture in church
  • Reader Christian Science Church also First Reader or Second Reader, a person who conducts services in a Christian Science church
  • Reader, a practitioner of cartomancy, fortune-telling using a deck of cards
  • A publishers reader, also called a first reader
  • Reader Anglican Church
                                     

4. Other uses

  • Readers, a deck of marked cards
  • The Reader 2008 film, based on the novel
  • "Readers", a slang term for reading glasses
  • Plate reader or microplate reader, a laboratory instrument