After a month of hiatus, Pensoffsky is back with the updated version of PeP Viewer, or Pens Enhanced Picture Viewer. It's an application designed for reading manga on your PSP. The PeP Viewer v0.7 has a new user-friendly interface and is a bit more stable than the PeP Viewer v0.6.5. It also features smoother scrolling. Try pressing the "start", "select" and "square" buttons while viewing a picture and you'll know what I'm talking about. Some of the features include .bmp, .jpeg, .png image support, adjustable scroll speed, a bookmark system and a music player for .ogg music files.
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Developer's note (translated):
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