What it offers: A library of over 75,000 cheap (or free) comic books, graphic novels, and manga; exclusive digital-first titles; a "cinematic, immersive" reading experience that lets you easily flip through pages and zoom in on panels.
3. We Read Too
What it offers: Unlimited access to over one million books (including audiobooks and comics) and over 60 million documents (academic papers, court filings, presentations, etc.), personalized recommendations, selected offline titles to read any time, and automatic syncing across devices.
What it costs: Free (iOS only)
What it offers: Just one thing — a way to organize your entire library. Plain and simple, true to its name.
What it offers: A collection of over 180,000 audiobooks for purchase, a system for tracking your reading list and reading habits, sleep and button-free modes, syncing to Facebook and Twitter to share with friends, multitasking capabilities for background downloading and listening, and a newsfeed frequently updated with author events and more.
12. Moon+ Reader
What it costs: Free, $4.99 for Pro (Android only)
What it offers: A user-friendly ebook reader with access to thousands of free books available for download, highly customizable reading experiences (landscape or portrait layout, font size and color, night mode, customizable autoscroll, page swiping), tracking of your reading stats, and additional options (highlight, annotating, and dictionary) in Pro mode.
What it offers: A comprehensive library cataloguing tool — for books, movies, music, and video games — with keyword search option, automatic add with ISBN scan, multiple library options, customizable tagging system, well-designed statistics about cataloged items, social feeds for sharing and recommending, public and private profile options, and an annotation tool.
14. The Pickle Index
15. Serial Box
What it costs: Free, $3.99 for premium features (iOS only)
What it offers: A little bit of everything, tbh— a customizable ebook reader; library management; customizable integration with apps and services like Facebook, Google Maps, IMDB, Wikipedia, Goodreads, Merriam-Webster, Dropbox, etc.; and a whole bunch of journaling tools to remember what it was like to read the book you're reading (options for note taking, private journal, annotating, creating a photo essay, geo-tagging, and exporting your timeline into EPUB format).
18. The Paris Review
What it offers: A library of over a million ebooks for purchase; a collection of free ebooks; access to local libraries to borrow ebooks; a chance to sample books before purchasing; built-in dictionary, Google, and Wikipedia; customizable reading settings; and the ability to switch from reading to listening.
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