Ok. Maybe 20,000 books is a bit of an exaggeration… but would you believe 3,000? 5,000? Depending on the eReader, it is possible to carry thousands of books on a device that weighs less than one pound! That’s pretty cool! Want to customize your reading experience? No problem! You can change the font style and size to suit your needs. With the variety of eReaders and tablets on the market, it’s not a question of IF but WHEN you will read eBooks. For poolside reading, it's hard to beat a good paperback. But when it comes to everyday use and factors like convenience and portability, the eReader is the clear choice! I love my iPad. What mobile device do you use? Why did you choose it? How are you using it? Post a comment... we would love to hear from you!
Free Reading Apps: Kindle or Nook? Yes, there’s an app for that. Did you know that you can download the Nook app for iPad, iPhone, Android, PC, or Mac? Most apps can be downloaded for multiple devices. Here’s a few reading apps that are worth checking out: Nook Kindle iBooks Stanza
Project Gutenberg- http://www.gutenberg.org/
Open Library- http://openlibrary.org/
If you have a favorite site for free eBooks, please add it to our list. Happy Reading!
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Want to recycle your books? Swap a book using booksfreeswap.
Would you like more information about eReaders and free eBooks? Check out Mobile Read Wiki.
Tip of the Week: For the iPhone or iPhone User>In Safari
Did you know… by tapping and holding the .com button, Safari will offer you shortcuts for .org, .net, .edu, and more.