5 eBook Reader Apps for Android Devices

Discussion in 'Android Tablet Usage, Tips & Tricks' started by Spider, May 26, 2012.

  1. annaharris

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    You are right Denny that google reader is one of the coolest online eBook Reader App.
     
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    First you transfer book from disc to SD card then insert that SD card in to android tablet there just copy and paste and enjoy reading.
     
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    It's great list of eBook reader applications for android. I have never used any one of them. Reading features of all that apps so want to try Kobo. Thank you so much for share amazing list of Android eBook apps.
     
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    I use another app that has been very helpful to me Moon+ Reader Pro. I am using it for long times - maybe a year. Here is a short description: New designed book reader with powerful controls & full functions, supports epub, pdf, mobi, chm, cbr, cbz, umd, fb2, txt, html, rar, zip or OPDS format. This application comes with free books and has extremely useful functions – full visual options, Lots of themes, multi touch screen supported and you can change anything to make the reading very pleasant. Source: Top 10 Apps of the Month

    Try firstly the free version - I know that you will upgrade to the Pro version
     
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    All the listed apps are fantastic eBook reader apps. Currently i am using Google Books.
    Thank you for share this list.
     
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    I used Aldiko for a while. Never was all that fond of it. Tried Moon+ and liked it much more. When Moon+ Pro went on sale last month, I bought it. Now I can share my ebook library via DropBox and synchronize my reading between each of my three Android devices. Loving it :)

    As for Kindle and such: Got burned with Nook. Have no intention of "buying" a DRM'd ebook ever again.

    Jim
     
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    I have one of the Android tablets,not used to its total functions as yet like ebooks, txt,pdf,html,epub,lrc ..so any advice greatly appreciated[​IMG]
     
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    I love to read, with this link helped me so. thank you
     

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