That would indeed be very cool, but there’s no way to do that.
I saw that it's possible to sync ibooks reading between iPod and iPad.
Web reading sync is also possible with Google Chrome...
I hoped there was a way to do it with DPS tools.
I know it's not the same thing, ok, but that's too bad ...
Anything on the features request list?
We don't currently support this, however it is something we would like to add in future releases.
So let's be patient!
Any idea of how much time it will take?
No, sorry, and no idea what release it may be in. We have other higher-priority items in front of it.
Thanks Neil, we'll wait.
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You could be doing that with an HTML/Server-Solution, where on every page there is an HTML-Snippet that is loaded when the user is connected to the internet. The user has to identify him somehow to the server (e.g. login on the first page). Then id this snippet is loaded the server saves which article the user is reading together with the user-id.
When switching devices there would be a button with a link to the same article (page) on this device, which is automatically loaded, if the device is conected to the internet.
I'd love to develop that, because we have an iPhone edition of our reference magazine, too. Tell me if you are interested or if you'd prefer to wait for Adobe. It wouldn't be worth the effort just for one product
Me and my boss will have a look to your solution.
He'll decide what to do