15 Best Ebook Reader Apps For Android

Finding the right eBook reader apps can be hard. There are so many different types of books, and you have to figure out which one to download on your device. There are phones and tablets that make it hard to read books. But you can use apps to turn them into eBook readers.

Also, technology has kind of stopped improving. That means ebook readers are about as good as they ever will be and we don’t think they will get better without some new invention in the future. The good news is that whatever you pick should last you a long time. Developers are active for a long time. Here are the best e-reader apps for Android!

Aldiko Book Reader

Aldiko Book Reader is one of the older eBook reader apps. You can read books with it. It supports many different ePubs, PDFs, and Adobe DRM encrypted eBooks as well as library books. The app also comes with a clean, old-fashioned type of interface. It has customization options and works on phones and tablets. You can search for things inside the books. The free version has ads while the paid one does not. They are essentially the same thing though, but one is more expensive than the other.

Amazon Kindle

Amazon Kindle is a good eBook reader app. It has a lot of books and people can read them on many different devices. The interface can be cluttered with ads, but otherwise, it is very good. However, the book reading part of the app is free from any mess. You can also customize what you see as you read. It’s a good option for people who want to read books because it has lots of books available for download and offline use.

AIReader

AIReader is one of the newer e-book reader apps. It also supports old versions of Android, which is unusual these days. The app also supports most common eBook formats, including EPUB (no DRM), RTF, MOBI, PRC, and many others. The app has customization options, scrolling, and different views for how to see it. It is free to use and you can buy a different version of the app if you want. They range from $0.99-$9.72

FBReader

FBReader is an older app that is just for reading. You can use it on your phone or on a tablet. It works with AZW3, EPUB (up to EPUB3), fb2, RTF, HTML, and plain text documents. It stores books in the Google Drive cloud service so you can read them. We really liked the UI. It is old but it is effective and easy on the eyes. It even has gesture support for now, anyway. The app is free to use for now (maybe until it goes up in price).

Foxit PDF Reader

Foxit is one of the most popular PDF reader apps. It’s good for reading and doing work on PDF files. The app supports many different types of PDF files, and it has features to help you fill out forms or read other people’s notes while pretending not to see them. For books, you can read them out loud. It is also good for audio and video stuff. Foxit has the best support of any e-reader or pdf app. You can find it on Windows, Linux, Mac, iOS, and Android. That is a lot!

FullReader

FullReader is a popular and modern ebook reader app. It works with many types of books and also music and comic books. The design is like Material Design, which makes it easy for people to use. Some features of the app are that it has cloud backup with Google Drive and Dropbox, and AMOLED dark mode, and a translator. It is free to download. You can donate money if you want to support the developers.

Google Play Books

Google Play Books is a program that can read books and magazines. It has many different types of books and magazines to choose from. It supports popular eBook formats, comic book formats, and other types of ebook formats. You can store your books in the cloud. This means you can read them anywhere that has an Internet connection. That is a good way to keep your books safe and take care of them. You can also rent or buy books from the app, but some are only available for a price.

Kobo Books

Kobo Books is an online bookstore that is just like Amazon, Nook, and Google Play Books. The app only allows you to read books you have bought from Kobo. However, the service does support both audiobooks and normal eBooks. This app can be used on many different devices and has a nice night mode. You can download books to read when you don’t have internet. Books cost money though, which is obvious. The discovery features are pretty good too!

Media365 Book Reader

Media365 Book Reader is one of the most popular eBook readers. The app looks simple on the top, but it’s really awesome underneath. It can also read over three dozen different types of files, including eBooks, comic books, and other weird formats like WEBP, PPTX, PSD. The UI is Material Design. It is colorful and friendly. There really isn’t a lot wrong with this one. The maximum will ask for in-app purchases to remove the ads is $4.99.

Moon+ Reader

Moon+ Reader is one of the best eReader apps. It supports different eBook formats including EPUB, PDF, MOBI, and more. You can also use it to read comic books. This app has many features. Themes, gestures, scrolling, and syncing with Dropbox. It’s a good one if you want lots of features. You can remove ads for a little money too.

Nook

Nook is another competitor for Amazon, Kobo, and Google Play Books. Unlike most, this one actually has physical locations. You can visit Barnes&Noble, where they sell Nook. It is like other eReaders. This app has many different types of books in it. It also has comic books, manga, and magazines. You can read them on your phone or on a computer. It is very good!

OverDrive

OverDrive is a good app for reading books. You can borrow them from your library and read them on your phone or computer. It has no late fees and it remembers where you left off the last time you checked out a book. This reader does not have the power features of other ebook readers, but it is a great place to get free ebooks. You can try out the official app or Libby which both do the same thing in different ways.

PocketBook Reader

PocketBook is an eBook reader app that is not new. Don’t let that fool you, though. There are enough features to make it worth using this app on your computer. It supports the most common eBook file types and comic books, and even Adobe DRM and PDF files. You can show text, export notes, lock your screen orientation, and more. There is also OPDS support for those who need it. The highlight of this one is that it is free. There aren’t a ton of completely free ebook readers these days and this one is easily among the best in that category.

Prestigio Book Reader

Prestigio is a software that changes its name every year. It’s still one of the better eBook reader apps. The app supports over 25 languages, text-to-speech functionality, and 50,000 books available for download. Additionally, the app can sync across devices (account required). Some other features on this app include Night Mode, customizations, and a modern UI. The app is free and you can remove ads for $2.99 with an in-app purchase. There is also a donation button if you want to support development.

ReadEra

ReadEra is a popular app for reading books and other files. It has many options, including different ways to read the book, so you can find what you want. It also supports PDFs, EPUBS, WORDs, MOBIs, FB2s, DJVsus, and TXTs.It is not like other apps. It does not cost anything and you can read more than one thing at a time. You can use it on any device that has a screen. This app is very good and easy to use, and the user interface looks nice. We think this app might be free, but we do not know for sure

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