I'm so used to reading a book and knowing "okay, I'm on page 85 and there are 236 pages in the book."
I have never checked the number of pages in a book before starting reading. I just know when the opened book is fatter on the left half than the right I am more than half way through. Its the size of the book and thickness of what I've read that indicates how much to go.
What irritates is when I am reading a book I'm enjoying and I think I've got 30 or so pages left than the book ends and the last 30 pages are an excerpt from another book.
I know it has the percentage at the bottom, but it's just the visual that's missing. Maybe they will add some sort of percentage completion image that looks like a real book. Something like that would really help.
At the bottom of the screen there is a bar that goes the width of the screen. That has a dark fill that moves across indicating what percentage of the book you have read. Plus the end of the dark fill has an arrow head above it with the actual percentage.
At the far end of the bar on the right is the ï¿½locationï¿½ number of the end of the book. In the middle is the location number of where you are.
On the book I am looking at I am at locations 117-30 of a 1489 size book and I am 7% of the way through it.
That seems to me to give a good visual indication.
Also ï¿½ when you are on the home page and looking at the books listed there, under the title are a row of dots which indicate where you were last in the book and thus where the book will open. Darker dots go from left to right, so if half the dots are dark, the book will open half way through, If none of the dots are dark the book hasnï¿½t been opened, if just the left dot is dark itï¿½s been opened and is at the start.