If you have a great passion for both reading and gadgets, then you should use your iPhone or iPad to its fullest ability to read e-books and news. Having a mobile gadget allows you all the benefits of reading wherever you are: in a train, on a plane, standing in a line for a cup of coffee, or waiting for a client.
Now we give you the list of top 7 tremendous iPhone and iPad apps for all gadgets users who cannot imagine their lives without reading. All the applications are easy to install. They all are completely user-friendly as well.
This application allows you read a totally free sample of a book in Apple’s iBookstore prior to buying it. The iBooks app can synchronize all your notes, bookmarks and present pages wirelessly among Apple devices. Please keep in mind that it is the only reader tool offering a built-in bookstore on Apple gadgets. According to numerous reviews, the iBooks application is easier to use than any Kindle application for iPhone.
This application allows Amazon Kindle periodicals and books gain access. With this app, you can also share passages and quotes of your favorite books on both Twitter and Facebook during the process of reading. Without leaving the Kindle, you can look up unknown words on Wikipedia, Yahoo or Google if you urgently need the right word definition.
The app allows you read PDF and ePub books from many booksellers. The Bluefire app can transfer your beloved books from the Apple device to your computer and vice versa. One of the prominent advantages of this application is that it allows reading even library books with Adobe DRM. You can work with this application the way you usually would with swipes and taps. The Bluefire reading tool has numerous controls to adapt your reading experience.
This reading app displays every panel by itself. You can zoom in with a double click. A finger swipe moves on to the following board. The Marvel Comics Reader reveals various options that will make your reading a real pleasure.
Among the most remarkable features of this app, there are plot summaries and e-book search. The Leatherbound introduces the ability to distribute information viewed within the application by email. There is another amazing which allows a reader find the cheapest place to purchase an electronic book.
This app allows a reader to check out a particular magazine issue absolutely free. You can also subscribe and install it to your smartphone. The Zinio adjusts all pages automatically for either landscape or picture view. The Zinio also knows where you stopped if you leave the application.
The NOOK app provides access to various books and periodicals. There is a LendMe feature which allows a reader to lend some e-book titles to a friend for two weeks. There is also an integrated Merriam-Webster dictionary. NOOK has an additional feature that may be of the uppermost importance for both students and scholars – the pagination is just the same as in the original book.
Hilda Simpson is a 25 year old Californian with a Master’s degree at UCLA. She is a freelance writer, author of many educational articles and works for globalessays.org. (Social links: Twitter, Facebook, G+)