From “Pride and Prejudice” to “War and Peace,” it can often be difficult to find the time to sit down and read a classic novel. But, what if you could read just a small chunk each day during your lunch break or while on the train? Serial Reader – Classic Books in Daily Bits sends you an issue each day that you can read in less than 20 minutes.
Browse through subscriptions
The app offers over 150 books to choose from and you can subscribe to more than one at a time. Browse through popular selections, search for a particular book, or take a look through the categories. With classics from Charles Dickens, H.P. Lovecraft, William Shakespeare, and more, you will never be at a loss for literature from the greats.
Subscribe and receive issues
Once you subscribe, you can read your first issue immediately. The app will then show you how many hours and minutes until your next one arrives, which will be the next day. You can adjust the time to receive notifications of your new issues easily within the settings.
While you are reading your issue, you can tap to pop open the features for copying to your clipboard or getting a word definition. If you have Serial Premium ($2.99) you can also highlight and add notes. In addition, you can adjust the font from a variety of options and also choose your contrast background for easier reading.
Serial Reader has a very clean interface providing a nice reading experience. The options for adjustments to suit your needs, such as font size and type along with background contrast, are wonderful features. So, if you have always wanted to read a classic novel, but never feel like you have the time, this is the perfect app for reading one in daily bite-sized pieces.
Serial Reader – Classic Books in Daily Bits is designed for both iPhone and iPad. It is available for free on the App Store. There is an in-app purchase for Serial Premium which gives you iCloud sync, the ability to pause and read later, and lets you skip ahead to future issues.
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