One of the activities that an iPad is built to support is eBook reading. If you are interested in using your Apple tablet for this activity you will have to choose an eBook reader and access one of the eBook stores available in order to look for desirable titles that come in a format compatible with your iPad. If you are interested in the mater you should check out the list of possibilities made available below.
I must start by mentioning the Amazon Kindle Store that makes available eBook titles as well as periodicals. This eBook store is compatible with the iPad as well as other mobile platforms that are currently used on the market: Android and Windows 8. You will even be given the chance to sync the content of interest across all your devices. About the bookstore I can tell you that it includes around 1 million titles of books, magazines and blogs, many of those titles being downloadable for free. After some time of use you will notice that the store is also periodically updated, because it never lacks titles of new releases or bestsellers.
You should also consider the bookstore made available by Google and known as Google eBooks. This option doesn’t offer as many titles as the previous one but it’s still at its beginning so you should expect it to surprise you more in the future. The good news is that the growing literature catalog is accessible from any iPad as well as from many other platforms available on the market. You should also know that Google partners with local bookstores and libraries in order to offer even more support for your need to buy and borrow books.
I am also a fan of the Barnes and Noble Nook Store. The eReader attached to this store has actually proven to be more popular than the Kindle competitor. This situation was made possible not only by the quality interface delivered but also by the eBook store put at user disposal. In this bookstore you will actually find over 2 million titles of books that include best sellers and recent releases. In addition, in order to access these titles you will simple have to install the Nook app on your iPad.
If you are interested in even more eBook stores that you can access from your iPad you should consider Kobo Books. This option is not as well known as its competitors but makes available an impressive variety of eBooks as well as apps that ensure the bookstore’s compatibility with a large number of devices. You will actually be able to download the eBooks in ePub or PDF format in order to ensure their portability.
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