My Reading Apps

Thursday, 17 December 2015
Hey everyone, 
I like to read books on the go, so using reading apps on my phone is really handy, it's also great to be able to access so many free books using apps. For me personally, nothing will ever beat a paper book, just in terms of the feel, but I've never used a kindle or e-reader, besides my phone. Anyway, here are some of the reading apps I use.

This app is great for when you're thinking of reading a book and want to have a quick look at some review. You can just scan the bar-code of the book so you can find anything really easily. You also post your own book reviews, and add books to your different shelves, you can have an "abandoned" shelf, for example. If your friends or other bloggers you follow have accounts, you can follow what they're reading too.

This app is great for fanfiction. There is a ton of free stuff on here, don't expect wonderful, spelling and grammar though, you do have to sift through a lot of rubbish to find good reads, but if gives does you recommendations based on what you've read. You can also comment on what you're reading, follow writers, and write your own stories.

This app I haven't used before, but you get free access to 23,469 different classic books, things like, Wuthering Heights, Alice in Wonderland, Dracula etc. so it's a great one to have if you want to read more classics.

This app does have it's shortcomings, but it's still worth having if you love to read because of the large selection of free books. I do find it a good one to have.

All of the these apps are available on both Google play and App Store except for Google Play books.

Do you use any good reading apps?
Until next time,

1 comment:

  1. Goodreads is the main reading app I use - I'm completely in love with it. Though, I could possibly (definitely) read A LOT more if I didn't spend so much time on Goodreads! oops. I've also started using Aldiko for library e-books, and the Kindle app! BUT, I totally agree with you, nothing can beat paper books! <3