What is the best e reader out there?

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Re: What is the best e reader out there?

Post by anix67 »

I have a kindle fire and absolutely love love love it and would recommend it as a great e reader to get

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I would recommend Kindle to you. It's the best

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Post by Asisha Joseph »

I don't know about the best, but I use Moon Reader, and it works like a charm

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Post by HailKingEbi »

I've not tried any but I hope to. I have adobe so I can read documents and pdf files only.
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Post by perthy »

I use a Kindle right now but I think I need to have it fixed because the battery life is draining very easily even when I don't use it. Word of advice though, NEVER EVER get a Nook (not sure if they still sell those anymore though). I have had two Nooks already and the screen was just awful. After a few months of uses, the touch screen doesn't work at all anymore. And because I live overseas, I can't get it fixed anywhere :/

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Post by Goodlu_1 »

Media365 Reader is the best to me. And on second thought I'd give it to ReadEra.

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Post by justjim »

I've had several Kindles over the years and highly recommend them. The new Oasis has a self-adjusting light setting and you can change the screen shading. It's a little expensive but there are several other models that are reasonably priced.

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In my opinion, it's Moon+ Reader, not only is it easy to use but also very effective.
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Kindle is the best reader. I am using paperwhite model and the features contained in it as unbelievable fantastic.

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I use moon reader and I love it.

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I previously used Aldiko, but now I use Calibre. It's a great app. Plus it has this ability to convert to other formats as well

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Post by RavingReads »

I have a kindle which I really enjoy but also just using the kindle app on my devices allows me to read anywhere and anytime.

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Post by AvaParker »

I have a tablet on WIndows so I can open every file here. Marvelous!

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