15 Best eBook reader apps for Android

by: Joe HindyJune 1, 2016

best ebook reader apps for Android
Finding the right eBook reader apps (also called eReaders) can be difficult. There are a variety of eBook types, plenty of file formats to deal with, and then there are different kinds of books (novels, comics, etc) that make the whole experience a little complicated. Don’t worry, we can help by showing you the best eBook reader apps for Android so you can just start reading.

Aldiko Book eReaderAldiko Book Reader

[Price: Free / $3.79]
Aldiko Book Reader has been around for a long time and it’s an excellent middle-of-the-road option for those looking for something solid that works. It features support for EPUB, PDF, and Adobe DRM encrypted eBooks as well as eBook support for books rented from public libraries. It has a decent interface that’s easy to use and some nifty features like global text search in a book and some organizational features. There’s a free version to try out and a paid version with all of the features.

Get it now on Google Play!

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AlReader best ebook reader apps for AndroidAlReader

[Price: Free / $0.99 / $2.67 / $9.72]
AlReader is a newer eBook reader and it has plenty of functionality. It is one of the few eReaders left that supports all the way down to Android 1.6 which is great if you’re trying to convert a really old device into an eReader. It also supports the most common eBook formats, including EPUB (no DRM), RTF, MOBI, PRC, and others. It also comes with a wave of reading featurings, including customizations for scrolling, alignment, page turning animations, viewing modes, and various color profiles. It’s surprisingly good and worth a shot.

Get it now on Google Play!

Bookari best ebook reader apps for AndroidBookari eBook Reader

[Price: Free / $4.99]
Bookari eBook Reader used to be called Mantano Reader and it’s one of the most recommended eBook reader apps we know of. You can sync your bookshelf across various devices and you can buy books from a large variety of stores to help augment your collection. It supports most of the common eBook formats, including EPUB2 and PDF. Each file type has its own set of features for easier reading. It’s a good all around app to use, especially if you pull from a lot of different online bookstores.

Get it now on Google Play!

Bookari best ebook reader apps for Android

Cool Reader eReader eBook readerCool Reader

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Cool Reader is another of many eBook reader apps that have been around for a long time. This one supports a ton of different formats, including EPUB, FB2, Doc, Txt, RTF, HTML, MOBI, and PML, along with OPDS and LitRes support. Aside from its broad range of supported file types, it also has a decent, if somewhat antiquated interface with a charming “aged paper” look with some cool animations to give it a bit of realism. The experience is rather enjoyable and the app is free to download so it’s worth a shot.

Get it now on Google Play!

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best ebook ereader apps for androidEBookDroid

[Price: Free / $2.99]
EBookDroid is an eReader that focuses mainly on PDF and DJVU files. It fancies itself a document viewer, but should work pretty well for most eBooks that are in the proper format. It features text selection, external dictionary support, annotations, and text notes. While this isn’t all that great of a feature set for, say, novels, those looking for eBook reader apps that read textbooks may find these features more handy. It also comes with some formatting options to help give you the most comfortable reading experience it can. You can get the free version or the pro version for $2.99.

Get it now on Google Play!

ebookdroid best ebook reader apps for Android

fbreader best ebook reader apps for AndroidFBReader

[Price: Free]
FBReader is among the most popular eBook reader apps because it is totally free to use. It supports a ton of formats, including EPUB, FB2, RTF, Doc, HTML, and plain text. It’s also one of the few out there that supports AZW3 (Amazon Kindle eBooks). It also supports PDFs, but requires a (free) plugin first. It also comes with a built-in browser for finding eBooks to download which is helpful. On top of that, it has a variety of customization options, library syncing, and more. It’s a solid option, especially considering it’s non-existent price tag.

Get it now on Google Play!

fullreader+ best ebook reader apps for AndroidFullReader+

[Price: Free / $4.99]
FullReader+ is another newer entrant into the eReader space. It supports well over a dozen formats in total and comes with a decent, if slightly outdated design that get jobs done. It also features tons of reading features, font sizes, animation options, day and night modes, and you can even create reminders for yourself to let yourself know that it’s time to stop reading. The app has a paid version for $4.99 that shows up as a single in-app purchase.

Get it now on Google Play!

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google play books best ebook reader apps for AndroidGoogle Play Books

[Price: Free]
Google Play Books wasn’t a great eBook reader when it first came out, but has been progressively improving over time. It’s tied to the Google Play Store and most of the stuff you’ll read will come from there. However, you can upload PDF and EPUB files to your library which can then be synced to your various devices which is a nice tough. The interface is modern with Material Design elements and this is an excellent option if you’re looking for an eBook platform instead of just an eBook reader.

Get it now on Google Play!

kobo books best ebook reader apps for AndroidKobo Books

[Price: Free]
Kobo BooksKobo Books is another ecosystem based app that provides you with over four million books that you can purchase and read. This is a very basic app and doesn’t appear to have any features that allow you to read books that you already own. However, if you buy into the system, the app will sync your bookmarks and library, recommend new books based on your reading habits, and it comes with a few extra features like Night Mode. It’s not bad once you get a few books in your collection.

Get it now on Google Play!

Kindle ereader ebook reader for androidKindle

[Price: Free]
Kindle, like Kobo, is a standalone book store ecosystem where you can buy and read eBooks. It was one of the original eBook vendors and has a gigantic selection. It will sync your bookmarks and library and you can also use a built-in dictionary, sample books before buying them, and Amazon Prime subscribers can “borrow” books from their library. It also has a decent selection of free books to get yourself started. Unfortunately, this one doesn’t read eBooks that are already on your device.

Get it now on Google Play!

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moon+ reader best ebook reader apps for AndroidMoon+ Reader

[Price: Free / $4.99]
Moon+ Reader is another eBook reader that we’ve seen recommended a ton of times. It has a variety of features, including themes, support for various formats (including EPUB, PDF, mobi, FB2, TXT, HTML, RAR, ZIP, OPDS, CHM, CBR, and CBZ), and variou types of scroll modes to make reading easier. Updates over the last year have added in some Material Design and the app looks good and is easy to use as a result. This one has a lot to offer and there is a free and paid version to try, depending on your financial situation.

Get it now on Google Play!

Moon+ Reader best ebook reader apps for android

Nook best ebook reader apps for androidNook

[Price: Free]
Nook has been Amazon Kindle’s direct competitor for a number of years. While the retail giant has all but won the rivalry, Nook is still a very respectable source of eBooks. Like others, you can sync your bookmarks and library across devices and the service offers over four million books that you can sample and purchse. The app works pretty well, although it is a bit basic in a few respects. Nook also has over 1000 magazines and newspapers which adds a lot of extra stuff tor read. Unfortunately, like Kobo and Kindle, Nook doesn’t read eBooks you have locally stored.

Get it now on Google Play!

Nook best ebook reader apps for android

PocketBook ereader ebook reader for androidPocketBook Reader

[Price: Free]
PocketBook is an eReader with a lot going for it. It features a simple interface that makes reading eBooks relatively simple. It has support for well over a dozen file types, including Adobe DRM files and OPDS. It features text-to-speech which will read the files for you, the ability to add notes to files, and a few viewing modes so you can choose the more comfortable set up. It’s not as feature heavy as others, but it’s an excellent option if you need something simple. It’s also totally free with no in-app purchases, which is nice.

Get it now on Google Play!

Pocketbook best ebook reader apps for android

prestigio best ebook reader apps for androidPrestigio eBook Reader

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Prestigio is a relatively newer addition to the eReader space, but it still has a ton of useful features. It has a high number of supported file types, including the common ones like PDF, DJVU, EPUB, and others. Updates over the last year have added in Material Design, which adds to the ease of use and overall look of the app in a positive way. It also features in-app book stores, various themes, and you can sign up for an account and sync your books across devices. Overall, it’s not a bad way to go.

universal book reader best ebook reader apps for androidUniversal Book Reader

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Universal Book Reader a clean, functional eBook reader that provides a solid experience. It has support for mainly EPUB and PDF (DRM and non-DRM) files along with a built-in browser so you can shop for eBooks from other stores. It also has support for Feedbooks store directly integrated, which is nice if you use that service. The app has a modern design with splashes of Material Design that we liked a lot and it’s free to download and try.

Get it now on Google Play!

Shelfie best ebook reader apps for androidHonorable Mention: Shelfie

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Shelfie (formerly known as BitLit) is a different kind of eBook reader. This one allows you to scan in the books you already own and then get eBook versions of them for reading on your devices. The idea is that you own the books, so why not get the eBook or audiobook version? Currently, it supports about 250,000 different titles (and growing) and digitizing your bookshelf is a lot easier than hauling around books all the time. If you have a fairly large collection, it may be worth checking out to see if some of them can be converted so you don’t have to buy them again.

Get it now on Google Play!

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If we missed any of the best eBook reader apps for Android, tell us about them in the comments! This is an update of a formerly written article, so check the comments for some suggestions from our readers! To see our complete list of best app lists, click here.

  • Mike Crosson

    Another great reader is Mantano Reader. Links below.

    Mantano Reader Lite (free): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mantano.reader.android.lite

    Mantano ReaderPremium (Paid): https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mantano.reader.android

    • Bradley Bertrim

      I second this. Mantano Reader is the best e-reading application I’ve tried and I’ve had a go at most of the applications in the article.

    • Mou Janki

      Definitely Mantano Reader! Personal best so far, nothing beats it for me.

  • I use Fabrik. Mainly for the Dropbox (and soon Google Drive) integration.


    • Rockamock

      Thank you for the recommendation! Exactly what was looking for!

  • IncCo

    I cannot believe you skipped Moon+ Reader ! Easily the best e-reader, I use it every day.

    • mrband

      +100000 totally agree

      Moon+ is absolutely the best ereader by far, how is not even listed is ridiculous.

      • JosephHindy

        Yeah that was a my bad. But hey that’s why we encourage people to comment about their favorite apps that we may have missed :)

    • amonlb

      I agree Moon+ reader is so much better than any app listed here.

    • Online recharge from mobile

      Yes i am totally agree.

      Online recharge from mobile

    • Yes, I use it too. It has great dropbox sync feature so I can read on tablet and on phone.

    • christopherjacques

      Wow. Thanks for commenting about Moon+ Reader. Even the free version has all the features I want. Color adjustment, autoscroll, line spacing adjustment, even add your own favorite reading font. I haven’t even bothered trying out another app as everything is perfect with this one.

  • Andrew Mezzi

    What about Google Books?

    • burningmoon

      The problem with Google Books is that you can only read GOOGLE books. It is solely a content delivery method, not an ebook reader. Barring users from importing their own books essentially neuters the app’s most core feature.

      • in_defence_of_google_books

        In Google Play Books it is possible to import other books by uploading them to your Google Drive. You can then use the Play Books app to either read them from the cloud, or download them to your device for offline reading.

      • Sethi

        You can import your own books via drive and if, like me, you own multiple devices, both iOS and Android, Tablets and phones, The books will sync across OS and Device! Love the app!

    • Timmy

      Plus, if you like it a lot and use it every day, Google will stop supporting it.

  • M Wong

    nothing beats Moon+ Reader , ive tried all the others

    • Jason

      Have to agree with you mate nothing beats Moon+ Reader I’ve spent quite a bit of time looking for the best and Moon+ Reader is it. Looks great easy to customise and heaps of functionality (that those listed above don’t have) and you don’t need to be a techno geek to use it.

  • Chopper Joe

    As others have mentioned, Moon+ is definitely worth considering. Also,, it is both possible and easy to import books into Nook app: just put books in the Nook’s subdirectory “My Documents” and you’re done.

  • Most Mister

    No mention of Kindle’s killer feature? WhisperSync between my Nexus 4 and Nexus 7 merits #1 spot. Weak review.

    • JosephHindy

      That’s not our rankings, that’s how the users of these apps ranked them in the Google Play Store. Also, this isn’t a review, it’s an app list ;)

    • jaamgans

      Moon reader as has this feature allowing you to sync with dropbox and between phones, the only thing kindle does is a better store, none are really associated with moon reader. Prefer it that way, buy on Google and them download and transfer to moon reader.

  • It is incredibly easy to import books into Nook. Hands down amazing app.

  • Ok, I am so shocked I can’t settle myself with only approving the comments that have already been made. It’s so stupid that moon reader+ is not in this list it’s almost offensive!

    Also take note that moon doesn’t ditch the covers on shelves paradigm altogether (although I’m pretty sure it can be disabled) but it relies much less on it – for me it’s one of those perfect blends between holo, visual identity, performance and features. It’s awesome!

  • Bruce Gavin Ward

    this was a seriously deficient comparison. While competence at enabling one to read ebooks, which would seem to be a given here, the author treats it as a ‘feature’ and all the important features, such as the presentation of your ‘library’, reliability of book downloads, the ability to update bookMarks across platforms, (possibly ‘the most important factor), and meaningful updates and improvements, were completely ignored. I use Kobo, and it does all the above, relatively seemlessly; keeping my last page read bookMark updated in my phone (Nexus4), tablet (Nexus7) and Kobo eReader, no matter where and when i next pick one up to read (as long as each have access to a netWork). Without this knowledge on each app, how could one possibly chose? Joe needs to do his homeWork! [& moonReader, GoogleBooks???]

    • JosephHindy

      90% of the stuff you’re complaining about is subjective and whether or not it’s “good” is based upon personal interpretation. I prefer not to tell my readers what they believe should be good. They know what they like, I’m trying to guide, not instruct.

  • Diego

    I would’ve thought Moon+ Reader would have been the top!

    • Merce

      Moon+Plus….. Next is Bookari (previously Mantana Reader)… both have an edge of there own. praise to its developers.

  • Judith Pittman

    I think you’ve covered them all, but from an author or publisher’s point of view, the more readers there are the more problematic it is trying to make sure links to everyone’s reader or app is available on your website. Sure would like to see a universal reader with everyone using the same software. A pipe dream of course, Jude Pittman of bookswelove.com

  • Max

    I guess, PocketBook is worth paying attention too. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.obreey.reader

  • Rockamock

    I have tried many different types and one of them is Kindle. 2 things you should know: it syncs your progress across devices and contrary to the write up above, you CAN add pre-owned books. It would be all I needed but it doesn’t accept epub files (which, in my humble opinion, is just plain stupid). Can you recommend anything else with a great interface that is also cloud-based?

  • Max

    The eReader I’m looking forward to is this one: http://PureMediaSoftware.com because it lets you choose what you find offensive and hides that material so you can read books with just what you’re comfortable reading. I hope they finish developing it soon.

  • AtomicGadget

    Where’s Readmill? Is this a serious list?

    • JosephHindy

      got a link?

  • devrindare

    The hell, NO Readmill. How is this possible.

  • Roman Vasilev

    Im using EBookDroid

  • Thomas N Reedy

    I’ve tried most of these readers on my Samsung and Nexus smartphones, my favorite (by far) is Moon+ Reader PRO. Thanks for including Moon+ Reader… was long overdue.

  • I got to the end of the video and was like WHAAAAAAA???? NO MOON READER PRO???????
    All ereader is fail to Moons abundant ereader powers of raw awesomeness!!!
    I love you guys and what you do but maybe think of revising this video.

  • tazmcfly

    You can import books into the nook app. You just put them (epubs) into the my documents folder inside the nook folder on your phone or tablet and they automatically load next time you open the app. Also, Calibre imports it for you when you connect your device.

  • Oisin Judge

    Just to point out, you can add your own books to read on the kobo app, as long as they are on your phone’s storage. just press the menu/options button on your device and select ‘import items’ then it will find them and add them to the reader

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  • msdn70

    Best of the best ASUS MyLibrary it have it all. It came along with my ASUS Fonepad.

  • Mark S

    Moon+ is excellent!

  • eReader reader

    Unless one roots one’s eReader, i.e., one with an e-paper screen, what is the point of reading on an Android tablet or phone? Can people actually read intense literature for more than a few pages before developing a headache? Clearly with so many applications the answer must be yes, so the question is, what do they possess that a large portion of the reading community does not?

    • juul

      Used to think the same, I also have e-ink reader. However reading books on e-display is no problem at all when usimg night mode. Black background and white text. I now much rather read tab/phone with lot of other options and not needing a light on screen at night.However the hardly battery-use of e-ink is off course great. And for reading bools on lcd/amoled a high full hd resolution is a must. My e-ink reader is collecting dust since my N7/13.

    • A Madman With a Box

      I read for hours on my android tablet without a problem. (I prefer books, but I travel a bit) I do have no history of eye problems in my family though, so it must be genetics.

  • Stephen MacDougall

    There is an error in the reviews. The Kobo app most definitely has the ability to import eBooks. I use it for my primary reader, importing epub books into it all the time that I get from sources not associated with Kobo.

  • Juul

    Again Moon+ Pro by very far the best. I might have tried them all. Moon only has no text reflow for pdf-format. For pdf Repligo only app that reads ebooks almost as nice as Moon+ does with epub, mobi, etc. FbReader and Cool Reader are oké.

    Some in discussion name Mantano. A big fail not having dark theme. When reading a book in night view and totally getting blinded by the bright white menu’s. Did the developpers ever tried to read a book with their own app?

    • PAS

      Mantano Reader has a dark theme and also night read mode. Did you ever tried Mantano reader? This features are there since the beginning! It is by far the most complete and organized of all. I like it and use it every day for the last 4 years. Moon+ is good also, but Mantano is much better in library organization and overall performance.

  • mustbepbs

    As somebody who uses Mantano 3 times a week (and tried every other ePUB/PDF reader in the Play Store), it’s the only one that ticks all the boxes. It has robust support, good cataloging, and it has fluid animations and quick loading times. Every other reader I’ve tried has had one of those but not another, especially fluid animations.

    I’m gonna try Better World eReader as that’s new to me, but I’ve tried every other one on this list and they don’t stand up to Mantano.

  • Neu

    I’ve used all of the above on the list and have yet to find any book reader as comprehensive as Mantano. Im talking about serious reading here, complete functionality. If you’re only going to read every once in a while then any will suffice, but if you’re into serious reading Mantano is a must. The built in dictionaries and ease of page turning as well as bookmarking and note taking is superb. You can go back to the notes tab and email/print everything out. It is the app to have if you want to avoid using paper and pen, you can do everything within the app. I have no idea why there are so many bad reviews from the app. Sure it isn’t flawless, but im looking to read not to have butterflies across my screen every time i blink my eyes.
    PS. Using it on my Nexus 7 tablet, i cant discuss in phone use since i don’t read on my phone (usually).

  • A Madman With a Box

    Last time I checked Kobo allowed you to import epub files, I have a massive collection.

  • Rey

    Does any of this apps can actually open .chm ebooks?

  • Astroturferslol

    Seriously op? You’re being flooded by astroturfers. Do your own review and set your own standards! This list is tainted.

  • guest

    Check out AlReader. You can customize EVERY THING with it. Even cooler than coolreader

  • NJ45143112

    Moon+ Reader is good but it lacks functionality for mobi files (works but really slow)…
    I’ve found the CoolReader is much better for these and has a nice theme…

    • MoonMoonSen

      That’s because your phone processor is slow and you picked a big file.

  • Aman

    There is a sea of Ebooks apps out there but they somehow fail to appeal to a larger audience with specific needs. As we shift focus from
    an E-age to an M-age our choices become complicated and so does our expectations. I recently came across this Ebooks app called Rockstand on playstore . It is also available on Android, IOS and windows platforms. It has a unique feature
    of making payments through operator sim balance. Nicely done!

  • I love Google Play Book. If only Google would let us read from device like we listen from device on Google Play Music. Because often uploading pages is taking lifetime.

  • eBook Creator

    I like Gitden Reader, it supports epub3 and fixed layout ePub files…

  • Mishti

    UB reader is great… Surprised why that has not been mentioned here….

  • diego.sepe

    Great article, I love it. According to you, what of these apps offer the best dictionary?. I mean, to translate meanings in other languages. I’m an Italian student of foreigner languages, right now I’m studying Spanish, but I can’t finfind a good app that allow me to ssearch in italian the words I can’t understand in Spanish. How can I do this?

  • Tumble

    Well worth to keep an eye on this ebook reader since it’s the only one that has the Spritz feature. http://www.readmei.com

  • Ashley

    Is Freda reader any good

  • No love for EBookDroid? Disrespect!

    • JosephHindy

      ebookdroid wasn’t out when I originally wrote this list in 2013. I’ll add it now that I’m updating it :)

  • 10000+ Free eBooks Reader is the best, free app, free books and also it dosent take lots of memory space!

  • Puneet Sharma

    No mOON READER/ The Best READER is moon reader + i use it and first app that is geniue in my tablet it is such a great app first i use audiko also and other but audiko crash on the some books pdf book which is i used to study so much and other app did not feel as book

  • BlackCanopus

    I have tried all of these eBook readers. Some of them are terrible, but Moon+ Reader Pro and eReader Prestigio are the best. Moon+ Reader Pro offers numerous options and some neat capabilities for a small price. Prestigio is lightning fast, smooth and very very polished. It is totally free, it offers almost everything that Moon + Pro has to offer for free. It displays ads, but there’s an option for disabling ads (it seems to be paid, but I couldn’t try it because it crashed every single time I clicked on it). Both of these readers have amazing options, but they have pros and cons. For example Prestigio has a power saving night mode option, it is very very very fast when you navigate an ePub, and it has an incredible progress bar which is simply amazing. Moon+ Pro is slower, but it can open ColorDict in the reader and it has an option to extend screen light timeout. Prestigio can not import books, it simply manages folders. I can’t say which one is the absolute best, I am using both of them right now.

  • Setrino

    They actually skipped a bunch…

  • djangoIrritated

    At least the list of formats by each reader would make this article useful. Totally useless now.

  • Bible reader

    I had a nook app but it kept on freezing up when the kindle app never froze.

  • Mike freed

    I personally use moon reader. Its hands down the best reading app…I also use topshelfbook.org to download free ebooks

  • Kanika Shrivastava

    Thanks for this recommendations….also see.

    o’read – personal reading app and access over 500+ educational topics and references for free.


  • Kanika Shrivastava

    also see o’read reading app, it povided ton of educational references or topics.


  • Juan Carlos Alpizar Chinchilla

    One important fact you forgot to mention about FB Reader is that it doesn’t support Adobe DRM. I bought some books from the Play Store, bought the pro version and now I can’t use them :(

  • MidniteSerenity

    When the video ads on this page gives someone a heart attach I hope you pay for it….

  • Steve Phillips

    This advice is bull$%^t! I just downloaded Aldiko and it cannot open any of my books (I have about 700). The same goes for Kobo and Kindle and some other shite app I had on the phone when I bought it.
    Calibre for Android only works if I’m online and that’s bloody difficult when I’m 1000kms from the nearest mobile tower (which is a lot of the time).

    • AllWaysTalking

      I just installed Moon + Reader Pro, it makes the Kindle reader look like a ten year old wrote it. Your comment on Calibre for Android surprised me, I didn’t know Calibre had an app. To get Moon + Reader to work I installed Calbre plus some plug-ins on my workstation where all my Kindle books are, added my Kindle collection then moved my new library to my phone. The downside was I have to search for a book by author with Moon + Reader since that is how Calibre wrote the library. With Calbre for Android I now have the front end to my library that beats Kindle’s concept of lists or book covers do death. I can add information, reset the order of a series (with Kindle you can’t tell the order) keep track of the number of times I’ve read a series…. I did get a pleasant surprise when I started Calibre on my workstation, it found my tethered phone and synced the library allowing me to remove everything but the epub version of the books… After 8 years of cursing Kindle I can move on.

  • Moon+ Reader Pro, the very best. Others are simply attempting.

  • Noah Cohen

    Moon + Reader easily number 1

  • dontpanicbobby

    According to my browser this article was posted 8 hours ago which would be 5:00 PM EST 6/1/2016 but there are comments from 3 years ago; I’m confused?

    Anywho… I really like FBReader. I use it in night mode all the time.

    • 1213 1213

      Its an old article that gets reposted/updated every now and then.

      • kelemvor

        Which is dumb because it’s confusing. They should just post a new article with a link back to previous ones if they want to.

        • 1213 1213

          Previous people’s experiences are still relevant for the most part so it’s good that they’re there though.

  • LesleyLooneytunes

    I use Samatra PDF

  • 1213 1213

    I use fb reader. Relatively simple and has a lot of room for customization and removing stuff like footnotes that I’d rather weren’t there

  • Juan Carlos Alpizar Chinchilla

    You should at least update the article instead of just repost it

  • ScoRho

    I frequently read locally stored books with the Nook app. Despite what the review says, it definitely works.

  • kelemvor

    Which of these lets you organize your books by creating your own folders/shelves/whatever so you can group similar books together? That’s the main feature I want since many just have one giant spot that show all my books which makes it annoying to try to find the one I want.

  • oblivion328

    Kindle will open files on your device provided they are in a format recognized by Kindle, such as mobi or azw3, and placed in the kindle folder. There are also a few ways you can upload your files to Amazon’s cloud. I’ve often used the “Send to Kindle” option in Dropbox.

  • Deodariel Arcadio Daongan

    I do agree too that Moon+ reader was the best out there! the second one would be the Prestigio! :D