What is your favorite reading app on smartphone ?

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Re: What is your favorite reading app on smartphone ?

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ReadEra. Opens all my ebooks and documents in pdf format too

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I have yet to use a reading app on my smart phone however, I do use Google Play Books on my tablet. This platform allows me to read ebooks and pdf versions of a vast range of novels. It also allows you to search for books by both title and author as well as giving you a list of the books that are trending currently.

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I have found this app called Media365 reader, it's goes easy on my old tablet and it reads pretty much any fortmat I want and use so no need to change in the near feature hehe...

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I love Aldiko

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My favorite app, by far is the Kindle app. It synchronizes very well and allows me to read via a browser when I am not using a personal device. After that I love the Libby app. It allows me to borrow books from my public library. Downloading it via the app, rather than the library as a hard copy means there are no late fees!
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my favorite reading app on smartphones is wattpad. It is free and some people write some pretty good books and the books are not published but some of the people who write books get so detailed and specific and things get really nerve racking.

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I use the Libby app from my local library, and download free books from them. I see a kindle in my near future

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I have tried a few reading apps but personally I still think that the Kindle App is the best one. It is easy to operate and you can import books easily. iBooks is also very good in my opinion.

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Currently it's Moon+ Reader, but I'm considering switching to Kindle, although I have yet to get the hang of it.
A little less than imaginary~

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I love using Kindle Unlimited. In the near future, I will also be trying Scribd so let's see how it goes.

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My favorite reading app is WPS reader away from Kindle. Pretty enjoying this app big time.

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Mine is most definitely Anybook...
It has so much to offer as well as some pretty great features

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I have UB reader. It works well. Then I also have an app called ebook. That one seems to open ebook files that the other one can't occasionally. I recently downloaded the kindle app but I have not tried it yet.

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I have only used my I books and kindle apps but after reading these I will definitely check into some of the listed sites! On my iPhone I normallygo with iBooks more then my kindle app just because it's really user friendly with lots of free start up series books, I've spent a lot of time and money on ibook they are worth it I love a good story.

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I've been using Ebook Reader app for years now and I find it really great. You can bookmark the pages you would want to come back later, make multiple notes for each page and highlight important parts with ease. It also has a feature of having the list of all your bookmarks, notes and highlights altogether and when you click on each, you'll be taken to that page of the book you had it. 😀

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