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10 e-book reader apps for Android, iPhone, and iPad

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10 e-book reader apps for Android, iPhone, and iPad
Reading - it makes you smarter! That is why today we present you with 10 e-book readers for the iPhone, iPad, and Android devices. Sure, we know that holding a real book in your hands - a book that you can touch, smell, and feel, is a totally fine experience as well, but our portable devices make carrying around an entire library a whole lot easier.

Now feel free to flick through the slideshow below, and if you find an e-book reader app that you think suits your taste, just download it! All of them come at no charge or have a free version available too. Of course, if you know of an app that we should have put on our list, do not hesitate to drop us a comment and let us know.

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posted on 09 Apr 2012, 04:27

1. DianaG (Posts: 1; Member since: 09 Apr 2012)

I have a Kobo reader and I love their platform for it, as well as their Android app support. I haven't tried the other ones, to be honest, but after reading your article, I'm kind of tempted to try WattPad. Looks nice.

I'm generally downloading ebooks from all you can books (http://www.allyoucanbooks.net) directly to my ereader so that's a big plus for me as it makes reading my fav books just so much easier.

posted on 08 Oct 2012, 22:08

2. Azzoth (Posts: 7; Member since: 19 Jul 2012)

Here are eBook Reader rankings if you want more alternatives:

posted on 06 Feb 2016, 09:30

3. nikolay.atanasov (Posts: 1; Member since: 06 Feb 2016)

I use '88Reader' for Android devices. The reader is available on Google Play. It supports EPUB3 features as video and audio. Hindi books are supported as well.

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