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10 Best eBook reader Android Apps For Your Smartphone

10 Best eBook reader Android Apps For Your Smartphone   1. Kindle  [Price: Free] First on our list is Kindle Reader app...

10 Best eBook reader Android Apps For Your Smartphone




  1.Kindle  [Price: Free]




First on our list is Kindle Reader app.A leader worldwide in both book and eBook sales, Kindle is one of the places you want to go if you’re starting a new collection of eBooks. The selection is top notch and it’s an excellent place to scope out new writers or find old favorites. The eReader is pretty decent as well.You can get unlimited ebooks,audio books after sign up and download the app.This app is totally free.You will get many more function in this app.You can make your own library.

 



2.Aldiko Book Reader [Price: Free]



This eReader has amassed quite the following already and has over 10 million downloads to date. It supports most eBook formats, including Adobe DRM encrypted books. Some Android users may be familiar with Aldiko already, as it comes pre-installed on a number of Android devices. To go along with that, Aldiko offers a simple user interface. There are some customization options but it’s mostly just there to display your eBooks so you can read them which can be really helpful for beginners. The multiple bookstores available is just a bonus!




3.Better World Books  [Price: Free]



Next on the list is Better World eReader. This is a relatively new offering in the Google Play Store, but so far people have had nothing but good things to say about it. It’s actually connected to a website called Better World Books, which is a well-known online bookstore for college students looking for text books. However, they have begun expanding into the eReader world and their store is slowly adding more eBooks to their roster.Of course, if you don’t feel like waiting for the bookstore to improve, you can always import your books into Better World eReader. Also, as an added bonus, if you do buy books from the official website, you’ll be contributing to a charity that encourages literacy. The world could use some more literacy.



 4.Cool Reader  [Price: Free]



Next on our list is Cool Reader. This is a pretty comprehensive eReader and is geared more for people who know what they’re doing already. Newer eBook fans can learn how to use it, but it’s definitely not the simple interface as our prior two entries. It features a number of theming and text options as well as a slightly more advanced interface. There are no stores attached to Cool Reader, so you’ll have to buy your books elsewhere and port them into the app. Thankfully, once you get the hang of Cool Reader, this is very easy to use.


5.EBookDroid [Price: Free / $2.99]



EBookDroid is another newer ereader that simply wasn’t around when this list was first introduced. It can handle a variety of ebook formats including DjVU, PDF, and even the most popular comic book formats. In terms of pure features, it’s a little less than you’d see in others but there is enough there to make ereading an enjoyable experience. It’s also free to use and you can upgrade to the premium version for $2.99



6.eReader Prestigio Book Reader [Price: Free]



Prestigio is a newer addition to the list and it has some very competitive features. It supports over a dozen ebook formats (including Adobe DRM) and gives users access to over a million ebooks in 25 languages. Yes, there is even a selection of free ebooks. The interface is decent and everything seems to work as it should. Aside from some user-reported bugs, there’s really nothing wrong with this one.



7.Fabrik (cloud ebook reader) [Price: Free]



Fabrik is one of the most unique eReaders on our list. Feature for feature, it probably can’t compete with most of these other ones except for one giant feature. Fabrik has complete support for Dropbox and Google Drive. So you can store your books on the cloud and use this reader to read them. That cloud support alone makes them worthy of being called one of the best out there. It has support for a variety of eBook formats and some other nifty features for eBook readers. It’s free and if you’d rather put your books on the cloud, you should try this one.



8.FBReader  [Price: Free]



FBReader is next on the list. Like Aldiko and Better World eReaders, this is a solid offering that tries to cater to everyone. It works very well as a standalone reader with all the features you’d need to read comfortably. So if you have a large collection to import, FBReader can handle it. It comes with some basic theming options for pages as well, such as sepia and wood. This definitely helps with eye strain as white on black or black on white can be hard to read after a while.



 9.Google Play Books [Price: Free]




Google Play Books wasn’t on our original list but is being included now because it’s been improved vastly. It still includes all the features it used to and that’s about the standard for the eReaders on this list. However, the selection is now much better, you can upload EPUB and PDF files to your library, and a myriad of performance enhancements and UI tweaks. If you want to stick with the Google experience, then this is the only option for you. Also it’s free so there’s no harm in trying, right?





10.Kobo [Price: Free]



Kobo is one of those all-in-one eReader type apps that competes with Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes & Nobles’ Nook. So, as expected, the eReader application comes with a fully integrated experience with Kobo services. This is great because Kobo has some unique and innovative features. If you’re just starting out, then Kobo can be an enjoyable eReader. The feature we liked the most with Kobo was the ability to actively comment on books as you read them. It’s unique and once you get the notifications under control, it’s also fun to use.




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