While I dont have a Droid.....yet - Gotta wait two more weeks for my upgrade eligibility.....
E-Book reader is very high on my list - I have a large LIT library and my wife does as well.
I found WORDPLAYER what I found impressive is the number of formats it can open...
From the web site
Read Many Formats
Use our seamless integration with the Calibre ebook library management application to transfer many types of ebooks to your phone, including CBZ, CBR, CBC, EPUB, FB2, HTML, LIT, MOBI, ODT, PDF, many PRC, PDB, PML, RB, RTF, and TXT formats.
Calibre is a library management app that works with WORDPLAYER, it has PC, MAC and Linux versions. The computer app from the way I read this converts the different formats.
Thanks for the textonphone link. It worked perfectly. I even learned how to install non-market applications!
I'm still hoping that I can find an app that allows you to buy new realeases and best sellers. I used e-reader on my palm and loved it. I should be able to find enough books in the public domain to keep me busy until someone develops one.
Yes, I installed the free version but looking at the comments on the paid version, you still can't buy DRM protected books. I don't know why they haven't come up with a reader for the Android platform. Who doesn't want more sales?
I'd take a long look at FBReader. It's been around on Linux for a long time, and is quite stable. It also works well with a very wide variety of formats. I've been using it on the Droid with no issues.
Great news - I think. I sent a message to ereader, asking them if they planned to do something with the android platfom. They replied quickly that they were working on it. Today I received an email saying that it is now available. I downloaded it to my Droid and the app comes up fine. I'm having a problem downloading my bookshelf. I get a message saying that my phone doesn't support the program. I've sent them another message and hope the problem will be resolved. I'll post the results.