Reviewed in Currently Installed
The world's most popular ereader, I myself purchase books from Amazon and given that you can't access their cloud to download ebooks that you may have there with any other app it stands to reason I would have this. (Though I do think that in general Moon+ is a better app)
Reviewed in What's On Your Phone?
I'm a book adorer, and as such I make it my business to have constant access to books. In the olden days, you were always guaranteed to find me at the library curled up in a comfy spot with a good book or few. (Jacksonville, Florida's brand new 7-floor main library spoiled me rotten with it's many luxurious nooks and services.) My point is, well, let me put it to you like this: Kindle is to e-readers as Google is to search engines. When Amazon said, "Let there be e-reader", Kindle came forth, bathed in heavenly light. All of the other e-readers have bowed down to it in awe ever since. And then came Lendle.me and I said, "Amen!" - This message has been brought to you by Jayshia Madames - The Self Appointed Bookadora
Reviewed in Apps for bookworms
Let's face it if you have any device you should have this app! What's great is there are hundreds of free books. Now if you are a very strong critic you may want to stick with the paid books as the free ones can be lacking. But if you watch even some of your favorite authors may offer their books free sometimes. You can also get pretty much any book on kindle and for usually a very reasonable price.
The Kindle app puts over a million books at your fingertips. It’s the app for every reader, whether you’re a book reader, magazine reader, or newspaper reader—and you don’t need to own a Kindle to use it. Choose from over a million Kindle books from the Kindle Store or enjoy popular magazines like The Economist and Reader’s Digest with high-resolution color images.* • Read Free Books—Choose from thousands of free ebooks such as Pride & Prejudice or The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.
• Shop for Books—Easily shop for ebooks, including new releases and New York Times Best Sellers.
• Use the Built-In Dictionary, Google, and Wikipedia—The Kindle app has a built-in dictionary that allows you to look up words instantly while you’re reading your ebooks. Simply tap and hold a word to view its definition or use the Google and Wikipedia links to get more information.
• Sync Your eBooks—The Kindle app lets you read the same book across devices and automatically syncs where you left off so you can start reading on one device and pick up where you left off on another device. The app syncs your furthest page read, bookmarks, notes, and highlights between Android, PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, BlackBerry, Windows Phone 8, and any of our Kindle devices using our Whispersync technology.
• Sample Books Before You Buy—Read the first chapter of a book for free before you decide to buy.
• Customize Your Reading—Choose your preferred font size, screen brightness, background color, and orientation (portrait or landscape) to read your books.
• Borrow eBooks from the Library—Check out ebooks from your local library and have them delivered wirelessly to your Kindle app.
• Read print replica textbooks on Android tablets. Print Replica Kindle books maintain the rich formatting and layout of their related print editions and provide features to help students study smarter including ability to highlight passages, add margin notes, and search for keywords. Whispersync technology saves and synchronizes your bookmarks, notes, and highlights across your devices.
* Selection for U.S. users only; selection and price of ebooks and e-periodicals vary by country.