I have directories like this here full of PDFs that I want to read, comfortably.
I consulted the GoodReader's developers (a book application for iPad) and they said that I need Mac -computer to download some directory or edit things. So I said 'Goodbye' to that application and found iBook but apparently the same problem, more here -- I feel Apple has done this so that you need Mac computer to study efficiently, pain (I have no Mac computer). It is extremely unproductive to click-everything-one-by-one.
How can I download a directory of PDFs to some ebook reader or iPad easily? Please, notice that I have no Mac -computer and I am very skeptical about getting one just for this purpose. Please, move Mac -things here.
Which factors should I look in eBook reader in my case? Look how I do things, I download things to that kind of directory and I am waiting that some application can fetch them there to the reader perhaps with WLAN?
Are there more this kind of anti-competitive practices where the use of device is done pain without investing in more devices with eBook/iPad/etc market? Please, point out this kind of unexpected things -- I have been struggling with iPad due to this kind of surprises, hope not to face anymore in the future even with a new device.
Please, note that I am no extremist -- I want only to read efficiently and paperlessly the documents usually in PDFs. I can format them to to some archieve such as ZIP/etc if that is needed. Since I am just much more productive with some Wget/etc to get the material on Desktop -computer, it is pretty essential that I can get the PDFs/study-materials from that kind of index painlessly.