SiKu QuanShu at Google Play market analyse

App power index: 100 (based on ranks around App Stores today)

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Price: 0 free
Current version: 1.27, last update: 1 year ago
First release : 21 Jun 2020
App size: 3 Gb
4.2 ( 5472 ratings )
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Estimation application downloads and cost

> 2.2k
Monthly downloads
~ $ 900
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Program features:★ support "Reading History" for your records once footprints★ support "My Favorites", and never miss your favorite books★ supports browsing screenshot sharing app, no longer need to go everywhere★ Read page zoom support★ built-in dictionary, double-click the target text can be found, access to content, click the speaker can pronounce marked★ New Revised error word 970★ Page Layout can be configured as a vertical and horizontal text layout★ automatically record the location of each book read★ background music switch★ vertical layout from right to left using the Gallery page is displayed continuously improve their reading continuity.★ You can set bookmarks★ choose font / background color combination options★ may be the current page screenshot
The app contains all articles of SiKuQuanShu, about 3700 books. it requires about 3.1GB space on your /mnt/sdcard to keep these book data.
The Siku Quanshu, variously translated as the Imperial Collection of Four, Emperor's Four Treasuries, Complete Library in Four Branches of Literature, or Complete Library of the Four Treasuries, is the largest collection of books in Chinese history.During the height of the Qing Dynasty in the 18th century CE, the Qianlong Emperor commissioned the Siku Quanshu to demonstrate that the Qing could surpass the Ming Dynasty's 1403 Yongle Encyclopedia, which was the world's largest encyclopedia at the time.
The editorial board included 361 scholars, with Ji Yun and Lu Xixiong (陸錫熊) as chief editors. They began compilation in 1773 and completed it in 1782. The editors collected and annotated over 10,000 manuscripts from the imperial collections and other libraries, destroyed some 3,000 titles, or works, that were considered to be anti-Manchu, and selected 3,461 titles, or works, for inclusion into the Siku Quanshu. They were bound in 36,381 volumes (册) with more than 79,000 chapters (卷), comprising about 2.3 million pages, and approximately 800 million Chinese characters.
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