Books are said to play a major role in one’s life. They tend to enhance our knowledge, provide pleasure, and distribute a great deal of information about our environs. Books can be of various categories like romance, action, adventure, mystery, etc. and the person who loves reading books is called a Bibliophile. So, for all you bibliophiles out there, here is a list of some Free applications which you will surely love.
Top 8 Best FREE Apps for Book Lovers
Moon + Reader
On this app, you can read hundreds of free e-books present in its online e-book library. It also provides features like Copy, Highlight, Note, etc. along with various gestures, types of paging, dual page modes and 5 auto-scroll modes. It’s localized in 40 languages including English, Dutch, and Portuguese. This app supports the following file types- epub, pdf, mobi, chm, cbr, cbz, umd, fb2, txt, html, rar, zip and OPDS. It is easily available on Google Play Store.You can download this App from here.
Wattpad provides its users with many stories they love and that too for free. Its library provides a million of free stories. People can read stories and save it either for online or offline purposes and it also has inline commenting which is one of the few great features provided by this app. It also lets you join and connect with the other readers and writers and be a part of the experience. Wattpad is available on Google Play Store, App Store and Microsoft. You can download this App from here.
For all those book readers who wanted to buy a book but the book came out to be too costly, need not worry. Bookchor provides its customers with all types of books at the cheapest and lowest prices. It is being called the ‘Robinhood of the world of books.’ They are available on Play Store and App Store as well. You can download this App from here.
LibriVox which was started in 2005, is a non-commercial, non-profitable project which aims to make all books in the public to be free and available to all in audio format over the internet. The volunteers of LibriVox records the chapters of the books present in the public domain and then upload the audio files on the internet for free. You can download this App from here.
Scribd founded in 2007, is a digital library which has more than 60 million documents provides its users with e-books and audiobooks. Due to its increasing popularity with 80 million monthly readers, it has also been referred to as ‘the Netflix for books.’ Its e-book subscription is available for Android and iOS devices along Kindle Fire, Nook and personal computers. You can download this App from here.
Tap- Chat stories by Wattpad
Tap by Wattpad is an app which displays stories in a chat-style. The stories are in the form of a chat as if you are reading someone’s text conversation. Users can create their own stories by using various languages and can use a combination of various text, images and emoji. It can be shared via social media. It is a very addictive chat style based storytelling app available on both Play Store and App Store. You can download this App from here.
Terribly Tiny Tales
Terribly Tiny Tales is an organization which was founded initially by Anuj Gosalia, and Chintan Ruparel and only a few members wrote short stories for them. Now they accept the stories from the public and express the thoughts and imagination in a few limited words. The stories tend to attract the attention of each kind of reader. It provides the readers with one of the best micro-fiction writers with its weekly reach up to 12 million people. TTT app is available on Google Play Store and App Store. You can download this App from here.
Look Up – A Pop Up Dictionary
Look Up is an application which provides the user with an English pop-up dictionary which can be used to search a word in 2 ways- by copying or by pressing lookup button. Its offline database consists of 0.22 million words along with phrases. This dictionary app can be synced to your drive and notes can be added to the words. This app also provides the feature of adding stars to the words which you want to remember and also provides the dark mode for night reading. You can download this App from here.
So, that was all for this guys. My personal favorite is the Moon+ Reader and the Wattpad app, they both are remarkable and have some of the best reviews. We particularly recommend you to check them out. The BookChor app is specially made for second-hand book buying and selling, so if you’re looking for some cheap book than going for it. The LibriVox app is a very good platform for audio book lovers, they got tons of free audio books for you to chek out. Tap Chat and Terribly Tiny Tales are the apps for those people who like reading mico-tales, it’s different, but you’ll surely love it.
So far, if I missed to mention your favorite reading app and you like us to check out, please mention them below. Also feel free to share your experience with these apps in the comment section below.