Libraries Day: Best eBook Reader apps for Android in 2018
Sure, there will always be those old-school people out there who prefer to read traditional print books. However, more and more people are discovering just how easy and comfortable it is to read books on their Android devices. So, with that in mind, I’ve put together a list of what I think are probably the 5 best Android ebook reader apps for 2018.
Do you use any of these right now? If so, which one is your favorite? Leave me a comment below!
Kindle is an e-book reader from Amazon that offers almost the same features as the Kindle Fire. It automatically synchronizes the book between different devices, lets you adjust the text size, change the screen brightness, change the background color, and read in portrait and landscape modes.
Google Play Books is a utility that lets you read free or purchased books on your Android mobile device. Purchase books, search and read synopses, share books with friends who also use Google Play Books, bookmark pages, and more.
Aldiko Book Reader is an e-book reader used by over 15 million people in 200 countries. The app supports PDF, EPUB and Adobe DRM. It lets you access books from public libraries, buy books directly from within the app, customize the font type and size, margins, alignment, spacing, brightness, and even includes a search engine and a global dictionary. Comes with several customization options.
Moon + Reader is a free e-book reader that can be used on tablets and smartphones to search, download and read digital books. Search books, highlight passages, add notes, use a dictionary, bookmark your favorite passages, and read in either portrait or landscape mode. Supports multiple text formats.