What are the best apps for book lovers?

  • #4
    Written on October 21, 2017
    Arthur Mendoza
    "This app just works, it is simple to use and improves on the idea of returning. There are no late fees, and that makes it really nice to use, and not have to remember to return on time. I found myself finding new books that I would have otherwise never have found."
  • #5
    Written on November 14, 2017
    Frank Garcia
    "Scribd is not really what I'd like to use if I was a book lover. I'd rather use audible if I wasn't particularly about reading the books themselves, or just visit a library, or download the books."
  • #6
    Written on October 18, 2017
    Ruth Palmer
    "Very user friendly it's constantly being improved. It has every conceivable data field one could want. It's very easy to search your collection. I highly recommend this application. I use this app almost daily."
  • #7
    Written on October 28, 2017
    Gregory Montgomery
    "I miss the days of having my Amazon Kindle. I ended up giving it away to my Uncle who is amazingly, still getting good use out of it. I switched on over to a Samsung Tablet and haven't looked back. I love reading and so I'm always on the hunt for the perfect reading app. I'm pretty sure I found my perfect eBook reading app. Moon+ Reader has been great for me. First of all it's free, it's available for Android, and it supports so many eBook formats. I can pretty much put all the eBooks I've grabbed and just toss it on my tablet. It picks up most of the formats, at least all the ones I have, as I haven't had any issues with that. There's a nice night mode too to help reading in the dark which is great because I'm one of those read in bed types. All the basic features you would need and expect are there such as font scaling, adjustment of line spaces, auto scroll. This is what I was looking for, a light weight reading app that didn't cost a bundle or tax my tablets resources on usage."
  • #8
    Written on November 10, 2017
    George Roberts
    "I really like GoodReads, and I think it is probably one of the better apps available at the moment for bookworms.The app allows you to manage, catalog, and rate books. I think my favorite feature is the ability to see what books your friends are reading, which gives me ideas on what to read next."
  • #9
    Written on January 8, 2018
    Jessica Green
    "LibraryThing is an app all book lovers should check out! You can use the social functions to connect to millions of readers and of course you can browse titles and collect books as well as other types of media files."

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Best apps for book lovers
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 Amazon Kindle Apps 148 Free
2 iBooks Apps 101 Free
3 Audible audio books & podcasts Apps 87 Free
4 Overdrive Apps 80 Free
5 Scribd Apps 60 Free
6 Book Crawler Apps 42 Free
7 Moon+ Reader Apps 27 Free
8 Goodreads Apps 14 Paid
9 LibraryThing Apps 0 Free

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