Apps That Every Reader Would Love To Have.

The Diverse Reader Apps That Every Reader Would Love To Have Blog Post

One aspect that I love about reading is that there is no special way to read but multiple ways. There are physical books, phone apps, reading along side audiobooks and more. I enjoy reading on my phone sometimes if I am in the car or holding a physical book while reading in bed. There is no set way to read and depending on the person they might have a favorite way to devour a book. I decided to come up with a list of apps that every reader would enjoy and possibly want to use if they decided to cheat on their physical book.

In No Particular Order:

  1. Kindle: The Kindle app is an Amazon app where you can download e-books from Amazon and enjoy books that are from the Kindle Store.

  2. Goodreads: Goodreads is a website/app where you can keep track of books you read and write reviews about books.

  3. Libby: Libby is an app where people can enjoy digital books, audiobooks, and magazines from public library.

  4. Scribd: Scribd is an app that has a digital library, e-book and audiobook subscription service that includes one million titles.

  5. Audible: Audible is an app/website where readers can enjoy thousands of audible books.

  6. Moon+ Reader: Moon+Reader is an Android app where a reader can load ebooks from any format ranging from mobi to epub.

  7. Pocket: Pocket is an app and web service for managing a reading list of articles from the Internet. 

  8. Wattpad: Wattpad is a website/app is an Internet community for readers and writers to publish self-generated stories in a variety of genres.

  9. Serial Reader: Serial Reader is an app where readers can read classic books in bite-sized bits delivered every day.

  10. Libib: Libib is an app where readers can manage and catalog home and small libraries online.

  11. Litsy: Litsy is an app similar to Goodreads where readers can share and discover their favorite books with other readers.

  12. Bookly: Bookly is an app where a reader can track their reading in real time, learn about your reading stats, unlock achievements, set reading goals, and never be in a reading slump again with a book scanner.

When I was researching for apps that every reader would love it was an enjoying experience where I was able to learn about apps that would increase my reading decrease my social media usage. There are many apps that I wasn’t able to come across which I add to the list in the future. Readers can enjoy reading in different ways and I am glad that I was able to introduce you to apps that you can enjoy too as a reader.

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