What are the best reading apps?

  1. #1
    AM
    Written on October 17, 2017
    Amy Miller
    "Kindle has held a monopoly on the best reader for ebooks ever since it hit the market, and there's no sign of it letting it go. It's fantastic for reading on your computer, tablet, or phone, and the cloud-based system makes it easy to never lose your place."
  2. #2
    WF
    Written on October 23, 2017
    Walter Flores
    "NOOK isn't a bad reader. I like some of the features it has provided for me. I like the password mode which is really good to protect some of the more sensitive material I read. I like that it reads graphic novels and comics. I have a bunch of those and it gets annoying having to use a separate app for them and my eBooks. NOOK handles just about all those formats I have on hand. It's also nice to be able to login to NOOK from either of my social media accounts like Facebook or my Google Account. It supports my tablet and has the full viewing and in super widescreen too. I would recommend this to others that want to use an all around powerful reader and don't already have one. It's one of the best out there on the Google Store."
  3. #3
    DR
    Written on November 5, 2017
    Douglas Ramirez
    "This would be a nice little eBook reader, but unless you pay for a "Pro" premium version, the free version of this will inundate you with advertisements until you start reading. It's a little obtrusive and ruins my train of thought sometimes. There are other free readers that are a little less annoying."
  1. #4
    CB
    Written on October 19, 2017
    Carol Boyd
    "Cool Reader is an absolutely awesome app! It allows you to really personalize your reading experience by having the option to select whatever format you desire. This is great for people who think that ebooks lack authenticity. I’m bummed that it’s limited to Android (this limits syncing ability), but other than that, I’ve had a great experience using it."
  2. #5
    JF
    Written on November 5, 2017
    Jeremy Fox
    "excellent application I could download and try it and the result was very good, it is easy to use and intuitive, it does not require more knowledge, the texts I can adjust to my needs without affecting the speed, in other applications the simple fact of adjusting the size of the text causes you to stay thinking about the phone, I really liked the ability to save texts underlined, read world documents, it is very good and easy to use"
  3. #6
    BQ
    Written on January 14, 2018
    Bruce Qiu
    "ReadMe! (Spritz & BeeLine) is a premium library/reader app that keeps track of all your e-books and makes reading both fun and interesting. The app is intuitive, easy to use and looks great. If you read a lot of e-books then you'll probably want ReadMe! It's not an ordinary reader app."
  4. #7
    JZ
    Written on January 5, 2018
    Javier Zepeda
    "I wanted to make my reading ability faster, so I found Outread on the store. This app has an easy tutorial to get used to the new method of reading and it makes me read faster."

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Summary

Best reading apps
Rank Solutions Type Votes Price
1 Amazon Kindle Apps 68 Free
2 Nook Apps 43 Free
3 Moon+ Reader Apps 28 Free
4 Cool Reader Apps 16 Free
5 PocketBook - PDF, EPUB reader Apps 10 Free
6 ReadMe! (Spritz & BeeLine) Apps 0 Free
7 Outread Apps 0 Paid
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