I'm reading a library book in an android app as well as on my windows computer. On neither device can I see what page I'm on. I understand that the number of pages may change based upon the font I am using, but I'm one of those weirdos who likes to know how many pages are left in the book or know how far along I am. Is there a setting I need to turn on in these two applications for me to see them?
Oh, and how do I get the book to sync between the two devices? Without knowing what page I'm on, it's hard to find my reading place when I switch from one to the other.
On both the Windows and Android versions of the Blio app, you can find the page number (for the purpose of measuring your progress as you mention) by clicking/tapping in the center of the screen. This will bring up a scroll bar in the bottom center of the page, which will show you what page you are on in relationship to the length of the entire book. In addition, you can use the scroll bar to navigate to different pages in the book.
As for syncing the bookmarks (the page where you leave off reading) between different devices, unfortunately, this is not possible with the current version of the application.