Top 10 ebook readers for Android


ebook readers for Android


Ebook readers for Android, Amazon.com's Kindle Reader is a huge hit. One of the things that made Amazon.com so popular by excluding access to its huge library of Kindle books is that Amazon.com provides an application for most mobile devices, including: Android, iPhone and laptops running Windows or Mac operating systems. The Kindle app remembers where it left off from any Internet-connected device, so you can start reading on your iPod and finish on your Android.

One thing to keep in mind when you build your Amazon.com library is to keep Amazon's books with Kindle readers. They use proprietary formats instead of the industry-standard ePub format and it only locks you to buy books from Amazon.com.
Google Play Books is a bookstore from Google. They have only every smartphone or e-book reader available except Android, iPad, iPod, computer and Amazon Kindle. The Google Play Books e-book reader offers similar features to most readers, with the ability to start reading on one connected device and continue on the other. The bookstore has a large selection of free books from Google's large database of self-scanned public domain library books, as well as e-books and audiobooks.

Kobo Readers was the choice of Border Bookstores. Remember the border? But Kobo has always been an independent store, so Kobo Reader didn't die when Border did. The Kobo app can read ePub formatted books as well as Adobe digital versions which means you can probably use them to check books from the library. You can still get Kobo readers, the Android app achieves a great reading experience.

The Kobo Store lets you download thousands of top quality books and read them across your device. You can also buy books outside the Kobo store, as long as they are DRM-free ePub books.

If you don’t want an app attached to a big bookstore or platform, but you want a full-featured reader capable of reading empty ePub books, Aldico is a solid and popular choice. It's easy to read and very customizable. However, the Aldico reader is a choice that involves more shaking. Unlike the other readers mentioned here, it is not tied to any tablet and it does not sync with any reader. You can run the Aldico app on an open Android tablet but your bookmarks will not transfer to your phone. There is also a way to sink your books with caliber but it involves rooting your phone.

Aldico offers a wide range of free public domain books without any DRM. If you are looking for divers in the classics then this is a great way to get started. Otherwise, you need to buy your e-books elsewhere and import them.

The Nook Reader is the e-reader of Barnes and the Nobel book. They used to be used as specialized devices, but now they are running most Android tablet Nook applications. So, installing the app on your Android device effectively gives you all the functionality of a knock. Nook, like Kobo, supports digital versions of ePub and Adobe.

While not as big as Amazon or Google, Burns & Noble is still one of the largest traditional bookstores in the world. The app certainly reflects that, and offers a ton of choice as well as a good Polish interface for reading.

Moon + Reader is another completely independent e-book reader. This means it is not tied to any single store or platform. Instead, you need to download your own books and import them.

That said, Moon + is extremely easy to use and get started. It doesn't take much to import your books and when you do, they are automatically placed on your virtual bookshelf. The reading controls are also very simple and great to look at. While this is a shame, there is no easy way to customize it. Moon + is a great option for a simple indie e-reader.

Watpad is something completely different. It’s not a store like Amazon or Burns & Noble. Instead, it is an indie publishing platform that lets you read the works of invented and unique authors. Watpad aims to connect unveiled talent and major publishers and it has certainly been effective. Watpad books are going to be adapted for movies.

In addition to allowing you to browse and read indie books, you can actually write and publish your own. Watpad is a social platform as an inch reader and you can use it to communicate with other readers and writers.

AlReader is a quick and dirty no-nonsense reader that puts you in your book right now. With Allreader you will find a unique e-book reader that focuses on reading more than buying a library, organization or book.

AlRorder has plenty of control options for your books. You can tailor the reading experience to your liking, whatever it is. You can import your e-book library fairly easily using the application's file browser. If you want to tune your reading experience, this may be the best option for you.

Media 365 Reader is one of several more polished indie-reader applications available for Android. It features a very simple interface with great library controls and navigation. You can easily scan and import your e-books and pick them up to find what you want to read in a snap.

Media 365 is kind of weird though. It's a publishing platform that lets you indie authors, including publishers, to download their books through apps. It doesn't really work that way, and the built-in shop is reserved for most public domain classics.

ReadEra is a more powerful independent ebook application. It creates both powerful reader controls that allow you to customize everything from your fonts to page colors and margins and visually appealing, easy to navigate, everything in the library.

Readers do not include half-baked features or try to block any other agenda. Instead, it focuses on the real features of an e-reader, organizing and reading books. Because it keeps things on track, readers make everything beautiful.

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