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Read the next classic or write your own with Tablo
This app allows you to read and write great books in one place.
| November 11
Read book reviews from friends instead of strangers with Goodreads
Want to know if that new book is a waste of time or the best novel of the year? Check out what your friends think of it with the Goodreads app.
| April 16
AppAdvice Daily: Start Your Week Off Right With These Staff Picked Apps
We are stacking our photos, and catching up on our reading, all on today's AppAdvice Daily.
| February 17
Blinkist Will Help You Get Through A Book In The Blink Of An Eye
Great non-fiction books are read and interpreted by humans, broken down into consumable chunks, and delivered to your iPhone through Blinkist.
| November 29
Lickability's Latest Release Will Have You Reading At An Insane Velocity
Velocity is the latest app by the creators of Quotebook, allowing you to zip through long pieces in a matter of minutes.
| September 20
Updated AppGuide: Book Apps For iPad
In many ways, the iPad is the ultimate e-reader, as it can replicate available e-reading devices’ interfaces, support multiple book formats, sources, and offers more choices for readers, especially with respect to DRM. Finding the apps you need to read your books can be difficult, unless you follow this AppGuide!
| July 11
Chirps Is A Great Way To Read Link-Heavy Twitter Timelines
If you use Twitter as a way to keep on top of news and other links, then you will appreciate the comfort that Chirps brings to a timeline of links.
| March 26
With Longform, You'll Always Have Something To Read
If you're looking for long-form articles to cozy up to on your iPad, Longform is the perfect app.
| March 19
It's The Battle Of The Read It Later Apps! Read It Later vs. Instapaper vs. Readability
Which read it later app is the best? Find out the pros and cons of each and see which one could fit your needs!
| March 10
AppGuide Updated: Book Apps For iPad
Reading is done more and more on iPads. The challenge truly is deciding which store and app to embrace when purchasing content. What kind of apps are available? What are your options for free content? This guide will steer you in the right direction.
| January 3
Newstream Brings The Personalized Newspaper Experience To The iPhone
Sure, the iPad has some pretty good apps to bring that "personal newspaper" experience to you, but what about those without iPads? What about the iPhone? Newstream brings a miniature version of the personal newspaper to you, and does it exceptionally well.
| October 29
AlphaTots Lets Your Kids Learn Their Letters Through Play
AlphaTots is the hottest new alphabet app for kids, and for good reason.
| May 20
Word Wagon: Possibly The Best Word Game For Young Readers
When searching the app store for games to help your little one learn to read and spell, it is easy to be overwhelmed. Word Wagon easily floats to the top and is worth every penny.
| April 24
First Look: EyeWeb Helps You Read The Web Fast
The idea of being able to consume written content faster is a very attractive one. There are plenty of services that try to scale down online articles to just their essential ideas like tldr.it. Also, there are aggregators and, of course, there is Twitter. EyeWeb, an upcoming iPhone app that should see the light sometime this week takes on the problem from the other side. It's designed to make you read faster.
| November 1
QuickAdvice: Carry An Entire Digital Library In Your Pocket With MegaReader
Do you like books? How does carrying up to almost 2 million books in your pocket sound? If that sounds good to you, then you're looking at MegaReader. Does it live up to it's name? Read on to find out.
| August 29
Help Your K-4th Student Improve Their Reading With This Free App
K12, a developer of educational apps for children, has released their timed reading app which is free for a limited time.
| July 22
Review: Read More - Unleash the Bookworm Within
The bookworm inside you is itching to get out! But you are struggling to keep track of all the books you want to read? Read More can help you keep track of everything you are currently reading as well as keep an archive for future reference.
| June 4