6 Great E Book Reader Apps for Android

6 Great E Book Reader Apps for Android

While being entirely paperless is a dream yet to be realized, EBooks have become extremely popular and are proving to be quite a competition for conventional paperbacks. Although a lot of avid readers prefer to read the ol’ fashioned way, they’re still not thinking about the environmental impact. Let’s not get into that debate however. One can also find plenty of eBook readers such as Amazon Kindle and Nook. But they’re a different device altogether and you’d still want to check out eBooks on your phone. So if you use android there are plenty of apps available for this purpose. Listed below are some of the best e book reader apps for android smartphone or tablet.

E-Book Reader Apps for Android:-

1. Google Play Books

Despite of not having so many cool native apps as iOS devices, Android still comes with a pre-installed ebook reader. It’s called simply as Google Play Books and is one of the best (if not the best) ebook reader one can find for android. You can also access the vast google bookstore from where you can purchase eBooks for your favorite titles. Several titles are also available for free making this an apt choice for being ‘numero uno’ in our list. Get the App here.

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2. Cool Reader

The name says is all! Cool reader isn’t just a gimmicky name but is a cool app in every sense. Its best part is it being totally free and can read a plethora of e-book formats such as epub, txt, rtf, html, pdb, pml, fb2 and mobi etc. You can also download fresh eBooks from various open publication systems and read your favorite book directly through your android tablet or smartphone. This also doesn’t show any ads, which makes it a tough contender for the number one spot. Get the App here.

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3.  Amazon Kindle

Even if you don’t want to buy a separate device for reading eBooks, you can do the same with your phone using Amazon Kindle Apps. It allows you to shop for titles directly from the kindle store, which you can easily download and store on your phone or device. Several titles are also offered for free making this a great e-book reader app for android. Get the App here.

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4.  Aldiko Book Reader

This app makes the list due to its clean and easy to use interface with tons of functionality. You can either install it for free or purchase the premium version that doesn’t show any banner ads. Just like kindle it allows you to alter text alignment and size by interacting with the touch-screen and import your personal eBook files to be read through its interface. Get the App here.

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5. Favorite Book Reader (FBReader)

FBReader might not be as feature heavy as others on this list, but since it’s free, it’s a great addition. It’s a basic eBook reader app with a highly simplistic UI. You can change the background color in eBooks and flip the pages with volume keys on your device. It is also linked to OPDS (open publishing distribution service) catalogs, putting a lot of weight in its simple but functional outfit. Get the App here.

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6. Moon+

Who says good things don’t come for free. Moon+ reader is a free android eBook reader app with various customization options. It comes with automatic page turning and various gesture controls that bring this app on par with several paid apps. It also displays your reading speed and is compatible with a variety of popular eBook formats. You can also add the .pdf support and get rid of banner ads along with several other functions by purchasing the pro version. Get the App here.

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It’s obvious that eBooks might never have the same tangible and aesthetic value as real hardbacks or paperbacks. Nevertheless, eBooks are far more convenient to store and carry as compared to real books. Not to forget the large scale deforestation involved in the making of paper products. The above list might include some apps that require some form of in-app purchases, but are also some of the best you can find for android devices.

Akshay Peter

Akshay Luke Peters is a writer and blogger for Systweak Software. He likes to write about off-beat topics and technological awareness. He is also part musician who likes to explore the future of technology in entertainment and popular media.

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