It can be difficult to find the right eBook reader apps (also called eReaders). There are a number of eBooks, several file formats to deal with, and then there are various types of books (innovative works, comics, etc that complicate the whole experience. You can convert any phone or tablet in an eBook reader with the right app.
In addition, the technology has a bit of a plateau. So ebook reader apps are about as good as they have ever been and without significant innovation, we don’t see them much better. The good news is that anything you select can last for a long time as the developer remains involved. Here are the best Android ebook reader apps!
Amazon Kindle is one of the eBook reader apps that is apparent. It has one of the biggest and most consistent Internet eBook stores. The app also has a lot of readability, cross-device sync and even a wide variety of free books. The user interface is riddled with advertisements. But the actual portion of the book that reads is exempt from such nonsense. There are also a selection of customization settings while reading. This is a solid rock alternative for book access alone. If required, you can also download books for offline use.
The book reader Aldiko is one of the older eBook reader apps. This is also a great easy choice for those who need it. It supports eBooks encrypted in EPUB, PDF, and Adobe DRM as well as support for rental library books. The app also features a clean if rather old gui, personalization options, telephone and tablet support and global text searches inside books. The free edition contains advertisements. You don’t have the paid version. They’re essentially the same otherwise..
Another older eReader app is FBReader. It is a great choice, like Aldiko, for most simple cases. This includes AZW3, EPUB (up to EPUB3) support, fb2, RTF, HTML support, or even plain text documents. It uses a Google Drive cloud service for the synchronization of books between your computers. We really liked the UI, too. It’s a little old, but the eyes are successful and quick. It also has support for gestures. For now the app is absolutely free 4.AIReader
AIReader is comparatively one of the newer eBook reader apps. It also supports even older Android models. This is a little rarer these days. The app also supports most popular eBook formats such as EPUB, RTF, MOBI, PRC, etc. The gui provides customization options, auto-scrolling, page animation and multiple view modes for your convenience. The app can be used free of charge. You can buy one of the different versions of the donation if you like. They are between $0.99 and $9.72
FullReader is a popular and modern ebook reader app (formerly FReader). It is capable of supporting a variety of ebook file types and less common types such as CBR and CBZ (comic books) and MP3 audio books. The UI is a classic material design and almost anyone can use the app layout quickly. Other power user features include Google Drive and Dropbox cloud backup support, AMOLED dark mode and a 95-language translator. As far as we can tell, the app is absolutely free. If you want to support growth, there are optional donations.
Foxit is one of the most popular apps for PDF readers. It’s a good efficiency and reading combination. The app essentially supports all types of PDF files. It also provides annotation, form filling and ConnectedPDF data security features. It can read PDFs loudly and supports audio and video materials. It possibly has the best cross-platform support for any eReader or PDF app. Foxit is available on Windows, Linux, Mac, iOS and Android. That’s the five major ones!
Kobo Books is another Amazon, Nook and Google Play Books online bookstore. The app is very simple. It seems that all it can do is read the books purchased by the service. The service supports audio books as well as standard eBooks. Other features include cross-device sync, offline download, and late night reading night mode. The characteristics of the discovery are also very decent. The app can be downloaded free of charge. Books obviously cost money.
Google Play Books is a competition for Amazon Kindle and Barnes&Noble Nook eBook reader apps. It’s a virtual library. Books, magazines and all kinds of other items are picked. It can be found in various eBook formats, comic book formats and other eBook formats. You can also upload and read your books anywhere in the cloud. This gives you a very good storage choice for any computer with an internet connection. Other features include book rental, easy skim mode and quick bookmarks. The app is free of charge, but several books cost money.
Moon+ Reader is certainly one of the best eBook reader applications in the world. It supports a wide variety of eBook formats such as EPUB, PDF, MOBI and many more. It also has support for OPDS. The app also has over 10 topics, gesture controls, auto-scrolling, EPUB3 support and device synchronization using Dropbox. It’s one of those eReader apps with the right whistles and bells. You can uninstall $4.99 ads.
Media365 Book Reader is one of eBook Reader’s most common applications. The app is very easy on top, but great below. It is obviously very serious about its name. The app easily supports over 3 dozen file forms, including eBook formats, comic book formats and other strange things such as WEBP, PPTX, PSD and more. The user interface is material design. It’s colorful, polite and straightforward. This one isn’t too anything wrong. The maximum amount it will request is $4.99 to delete the advertisement.
OverDrive is a fantastic ebook reader, and it’s not because the library supports it. OverDrive links you to your local library and, as you can, you can potentially borrow ebooks that you do not buy for free at your local library. It has some nice features, such as no late charges, and it knows where you left the next time you read. It doesn’t have many other ebook readers’ power user features. It is, however one of the great legal origins of free ebooks. You may test the official app (linked to the button below or Libby (Link to Google Play) which does the same in a slightly different manner.
Nook is another Amazon, Kobo and Google Play Books rival. In reality, this one has physical book locations, unlike others. You should visit Nook’s parent company Barnes&Noble. The eReader is as normal as it is. It provides custom read options and novel, comic books, manga and more help. It also provides cross-device synchronization, like most. It also supports journals and magazines. It’s actually a rock solid experience.
Nearly every year Prestigio changes its name. But it is still one of the best eBook reader apps. The app supports 25 languages, text-to-speech and 50,000 downloadable books. The app can also synchronize devices (account required). There are also a night mode, different customization options and a decently modern user interface. The app is free of charge. You can uninstall advertisements for one single $2.99 in-app shopping. There is also an optional $1, $5, $10, $50 and $100 donation button if you want to support growth.
Another of the older eBook reader apps is PocketBook. But don’t let that fool you. This app has ample functionality to justify its presence here. This includes support for the most popular form of eBook files, comic books and Adobe DRM and PDF. You can focus text, export notes, lock orientation to your computer and more. OPDS assistance is also available for those who need it. The most important thing for this is its price. There are currently no loads of completely free ebook readers, and this one is easily among the best in this group.
ReadEra is an app for ebook readers that is unexpectedly popular. It has all the basics including various PDF, EPUB, WORD, MOBI, FB2, DJVU, TXT, and the super rare CHM formats. It needs no facilities or anything like that. There is also a split-screen mode where you can simultaneously read many books or papers. However only bigger screen phones or tablets are suggested. This is surprisingly fine, simple to use and the user interface looks great. We are also very confident that this one is absolutely free.