If you search in Google Play or iTunes for reading apps, you’ll find dozens, possibly hundreds of different apps to choose from (and that’s just counting the apps for reading ebooks).
Between iBooks, Adobe Acrobat, Pocket, and what have you, there are so many reading apps these days it can be hard to find the best one, and to make matters worse a lot of them aren’t even worth using. So why don’t we narrow things down a bit by crowd-sourcing a list of favorite reading apps.
Personally, I don’t use reading apps very often because I usually read on my Fire tablet – which, come to think of it, is actually running the Kindle Android app. But when I do use another app, I generally stick to Instapaper (because I am catching up on saved articles, or doing research) or I use Adobe Acrobat to read PDFs.
Obviously, some types of content simply work better in an app than on a dedicated ereader with a grayscale screen. Comics, for example, or other types of graphics heavy books, are going to look better in an app on a color screen.
So tell me, what’s your favorite reading app? And what makes it better than other apps?
Is it the media enhancements? Control over formatting and the reading experience? Annotation options?
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