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Fans of reading on Nokia phones?

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I have never enjoyed reading on a smartphone before, but last week I got a new Nokia Lumia phone and downloaded the Kindle app to read on the go. I am totally addicted to this interface and find reading so easy and enjoyable on my little screen! I wondered if anyone else reads on a Nokia or something similar and what you think of smartphone reading?

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I use my smartphone to read books too and I find it a little bit difficult to read on little screen. The kindle app is indeed amazing, you should also check out the xodo app
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authorkcfinn wrote:
23 Dec 2013, 10:29
I have never enjoyed reading on a smartphone before, but last week I got a new Nokia Lumia phone and downloaded the Kindle app to read on the go. I am totally addicted to this interface and find reading so easy and enjoyable on my little screen! I wondered if anyone else reads on a Nokia or something similar and what you think of smartphone reading?
I am also using a smartphone. I downloaded free ereader Prestigio app on Google Play Store and I don't need to subscribe to Kindle nor Nook. It works great.

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I've heard the xodo app is good too. You should give it a shot.
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Hah! At first I wondered if this was a joke. I LOVED my old Nokia phone, but I'd never be able to read anything on it! XD I didn't realize they were still making phones! My favorite thing to do was play Snakes II. Man, I miss that old phone! I still have it in my closet and love breaking it out every now and then just for the fun of it.

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I have a thing against Nokia phones but I love smartphone reading on other brands

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I do read on a Nokia phone. It's good and it doesn't strain the eyes, but I still prefer tablets over phones for eBooks though.
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I never thought of that! Personally I think I'll just stick to my Kindle.

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