Peter Salzano: Best Reading Apps For Booklovers

Peter Salzano: Best Reading Apps For Booklovers

The digital world is a happy place for book lovers as now they can read their favorite book online by using book reading apps, says Peter Salzano, a famous blogger. Just with a change in technology,  the reading habits of the readers are also changing.

These days readers prefer reading books online using different paid and free reading apps. Peter says the mixture of online reading and traditional reading habits has increased the number of book lovers in the past few years. Readers prefer both reading books by using reading apps and buying/ issuing a book from the library etc.


For all those who are looking for reading apps will find this blog more interesting as information related to both paid reading and free reading apps are shared by Peter here:

  • Goodreads

The most popular app among readers these days is “Goodreaders” as it is free. The app is available on platforms like IOS, Android, and browser.  The “recommendation option” is the best feature that makes it easy for you to pick your next book.

Another interesting feature that makes the app more desirable is the mobile barcode scanner that allows you to add paper books to your digital “to read” list. 

  • Amazon Kindle

If you have an amazon account you can easily get access to the free reading services provided by amazon at different prices for books. The app is available for Android, IOS, Windows, and Blackberry users.

The amazing features of this reading app are the “page flip” which is a navigation feature for working with bookmarks and viewing your books from a bird’s eye. The other features that will attract you are that you can highlight the text while reading, change the font and size of the page, and look for meaning and translation of words in dictionaries. 

  • Libby

This is also a free reading app available on IOS, Android, and Amazon. These days frequent visits to the library are not possible, at that point this app is best to use. Libby offers an epub version of books. In case you use Libby in connection with Amazon, you can enjoy the collection of audio books from your public library.

Peter J Salzano

List of Other reading apps, both paid and unpaid

  • Blinkist
  • Wattpad
  • Amazon Audible
  • Epic
  • ComiXology
  • Inkitt
  • Serial Reader
  • Litsy
  • Shelfie
  • Poetry
  • The Paris Review 

The above-listed apps are best to choose from to enjoy digital reading. Peter Salzano says even if you go for a paid version of a reading app it’s worth investing as you get access to more books at a reasonable cost.

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