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Aluratek Libre eBook Reader Pro Review – The Gadgeteer

Those of you considering the purchase of a dedicated eBook Reader may be under the impression that your only choices are from Sony, Amazon and Barnes & Noble. RAM: 117MB free Display: 5″ (12.7cm) ePaper display Supported formats: PDF, TXT, FB2, EPUB, MOBI, PRC, RTF, BMP, JPG, GIF, and animated GIF picture, MP3 Expansion slot: SD up to 32GB Dimensions: 6.0 x 4.25 x o.5 in Weight: 8 oz. eBook Rea...

Book Apps For iPad: iPad/iPhone Apps AppGuide

Email is one of those love-hate relationships; these apps make it easier to manage. From severe storm alerts to funny forecasts, get the best weather app for you Lose pounds and inches with tools that guide you toward your goals Turn your iOS device into a pocket music machine with the best music apps From planning to advice there are apps to help moms and dads Planning a trip for business or p...

Kindle vs. Nook vs. iPad: Which e-book reader should you buy? - CNET

With ultraaffordable e-ink readers, midprice color tablets like the Nexus 7, iPad Mini, and Kindle Fire HD, and even the more expensive iPads all vying for your e-book dollar, what's the best choice for you? Editors' note: This story was first published in July 2010, and has been extensively updated, most recently on December 17, 2012. At first glance, the task seems daunting -- there are more ...

How to Add and Delete Kindle Books Easily (With or Without a Kindle)!

Whether you have a Kindle, a smartphone, an iPad or a computer, it’s important to know how to add and delete Kindle books. Amazon has an extensive inventory of Kindle books and you can be reading them within seconds. If you just got your first Kindle, you may be wondering how to get a book on it. If you have a mobile device such as a smartphone or an iPad, you may want to have Kindle books with...

BARD Mobile Application User Guide

The National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped BARD Mobile Application User Guide 1.1:    Access to BARD 1.2:    Operating BARD Mobile 1.3:    BARD Login 2.2.1:  Bookshelf 2.2.2:  Get Books 2.2.3:   Settings 2.2.4:  Now Reading 3.1:    Accessing and Learning More about Titles on Your Device 3.2:    Reading Titles 3.3:    Deleting Titles 3.4:    Reorganizing Categories 4.1...

Best iPad and iPhone book-reading apps you should be using in 2018

It’s worth checking out a few book-reading apps before making a decision which one will be of primary use on your iPad or iPhone There are hundreds of thousands of iPad and iPhone apps in every category at the iTunes App Store. Just like photo apps (I bet you’ve downloaded more than one), you can use a few book-reading apps, not one. There is no need to limit yourself to a single app. Especiall...

5 best book reading apps for iPhone and iPad

There is no iBooks in the list and I did it on purpose. Its unique feature is that you can shop iBooks Store directly within the app. It’s not a result of an outstanding app development, but Apple’s policy (30% cut from any purchase) which prevents competition from adding in-app purchase option. Most popular book reading apps are tied with particular ebookstores. Kindle, Kobo, Nook or Sony are ...

A quick guide to reading books on Samsung Galaxy Tab

Users buy tablets to play games, watch movies, or dive into social media. However, your Samsung Galaxy Tab is also a ready-to-open door to the exciting world of ebooks. Just like you spend some time on learning most important features and apps of the new tablet, you’ll also want to do this to find the reading solution that suits your needs best. There are two ways to read ebooks on Samsung Gala...

Quick guide to using iPhone as e-reader

In this post I’ll share usage tips to get you started and explore flexibility the iPhone adds to reading experience. This gives you the chance to instantly read books at any time and place you want – even if you haven’t planned it. Reading on the iPhone in a subway or while waiting for a bus can seriously increase the amount of time you devote to book reading. Just like a habit (conditioned ref...

How do I get a .mobi ebook onto my Kindle? - Ask Leo!

".mobi" format is the native format for books used on Amazon Kindle reading devices. I'll show you how to get that ".mobi" book you just downloaded from your PC to your Kindle. Turns out there are at least two different ways to get that book onto your Kindle. And then of course you can also read the book without a Kindle device at all. Not everyone realizes it, but every Kindle activated with a...

10 sites where you can read books online

Nowadays, the internet is a major tool to find products we need. With more and more content going digital, you don’t have to go to a bookstore to preview the book before buying it. All you need is a computer connected to the internet, and the application you use most: the internet browser like Chrome, Safari, Firefox or Internet Explorer. You can also read the books entirely if their digital ve...

The ultimate guide to using Kindle app for iPad and iPhone

Here is everything you should know to make the most of the Kindle app on your iPad or iPhone It’s amazing how a single app can change the way we enjoy books. Kindle app for the iPad and iPhone has many unique features that make it the most versatile book reading environment. It’s actually simpler and easier to use than other book-reading applications. Kindle app for Apple’s mobile devices is so...

Loading ePub books into the Nook | Geek Gumbo

In previous posts we talked about ePub books, why they are the best for eReaders, and how to get free ePub books. Now that you have a couple of ePub books downloaded, how do we get them into the Nook? ePub books download with the ePub suffix on the file name, "Jack London - The Sea Wolf.ePub," for example. Books range in size from about 150Kb to 500Kb depending on the book. Here's the problem, ...

Want to Buy Kindle Books on Your iPad or iPhone? Here’s How!

I want to buy a Kindle book on my iPad, but I can’t figure out how to do it. I’ve downloaded the Kindle app and logged into my Amazon account, but I don’t see any way to buy a book. I mean, why would Amazon have a Kindle app where you can’t buy books? Good news, you can buy Kindle books on your iPad (or iPhone), just not from the Kindle app. The trick to buying a Kindle book on your iPad or iPh...

Smashwords – About Smashwords — Support FAQ

How to use this FAQ:  If you're new to Smashwords, we recommend reading from the beginning to the end in sequential order, because this will help you get the most out of the Smashwords platform.   If you're a Smashwords veteran, click to the specific area that interests you. How to Publish and Distribute Ebooks with Smashwords Distributing Via Smashwords (Apple, B&N, OverDrive, Scribd, Kobo, Ga...