Top 5 Apps for iPad to Download eBooks
Are you looking for iPad apps that enable you to download and read eBooks directly on iPad, other than having to sync eBooks to iPad from computer? It sounds a little unbelievable, but you can. And you can download eBooks for iPad for totally free. Here are the top 5 apps with which you can read free eBooks on iPad on the go.
Google eBooks allows iPad users to access to over 3 million eBooks on the go. It is similar to Online Google Books. Google eBooks works on iPad with iOS 3.0 or later. The only drawback of Google eBooks for iPad is that it is only available in the United States.
Kobo is a free app which covers over 2.3 million books including the latest bestsellers and over 1 million engaging free classics. With it, you can catch up with the current events with newspapers and magazines which will be delivered to your iPad.
Free Books has a total of 23,469 classic books in itself. These classic books include finest Victorian novels, the philosophy of Seneca and Marcus Aurelius, the autobiographies of Benjamin Franklin and Andrew Carnegie, etc. You can download or read them via this app. If you're an avid classic reader, then Free Books is a good choice.
Nook for iPad is not the hardware Nook from Barnes & Noble, but an e-Reader for iPad. If you have visited Barnes & Nook's website, you must know that it has a free eBooks section, which offers totally free eBooks. You can get access to thousands of free books via app for iPad.
iBooks is a good reader to download eBooks for iPad. You can get and read any free sample of any book on the iBookstore before you decide to collect it. Of course, it is also a good place to buy the hottest eBooks.
The aforementioned apps are just part of the lists to download eBooks for iPad. You can directly download eBooks from Internet and transfer PDF to iPad or use Wondershare MePub to create EPUB eBooks for your iPad.