What are the best Android apps for book lovers?

  1. #1
    Written on November 15, 2017
    Zhu Luo
    "If you love to read you have to check out Goodreads. It is the best Android apps for book lovers. It lets you comment and discuss the books you've read and it's great for finding new books. You can make recommendations, talk with others and learn new things about the book you just read. Check it out!s"
  2. #2
    Written on November 14, 2017
    Trishla Mittal
    "While I love reading, I don't have time to waste reading a book that I won't like. Not to mention spending the money on a substandard book! I started using Kobo Books to get personalize recommendations from over 5 million books. Now I'm not wasting time on books I don't like. Great app!"
  3. #3

    Android , iOS

    Free - Varies by plan

    Written on November 15, 2017
    Tejas Tambe
    "Wattpad is an Android app from the Google Play Store that lets you share stories with other users. You can share short stories or full books. It is great for avid readers and really turns it into a social activity. It fits the topic very nicely."
  1. #4
    Written on November 18, 2017
    Jim Huang
    "I'm a book worm. I love reading. The problem I have is that I live in a small apartment and don't have room for a ton of books. No problem thought, with Google Play Books I'm able to download digital copies of all my favorite books and read them when I want. And I don't have to have all the books on my shelf."
  2. #5
    Written on November 8, 2017
    Beverly Carter
    "If you love reading on the go, like I do, but hate having to lug around that 500 page new release, Amazon Kindle will thrill you. It's like carrying a bookcase around in your phone. You can purchase or in some cases even download ebooks from your library and read them from anywhere. There are great settings to adjust the size and font of the app so it is the perfect fit for you. I use this everyday."
  3. #6
    Moon+ Reader


    Free - with in-app purchases

    Written on January 15, 2018
    María Luisa Arias
    "Wonderful app! Loved night mode and that I could turn my text alpha down, as well as the highlighting and the chapter navigation. The only real negative is that the dictionary is a little clunky to install; it required me to download two different apps."
  4. #7
    Written on December 30, 2017
    Tejas Vyas
    "The name is a bit bizarre, but at least it is an app that serves a purpose for the Android who need this type of an app. This app does have a trail of bug issues which still seem to be a minor conflict. Other than that, this app does what it is supposed to do for the intended purpose."

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Best Android apps for book lovers
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 Goodreads Apps 120 Paid
2 Kobo Books Apps 89 Free
3 Wattpad Apps 56 Free
4 Google Play Books Apps 47 Free
5 Amazon Kindle Apps 18 Free
6 Moon+ Reader Apps 6 Free
7 LibraryThing Apps 0 Free

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