Every year on April 23rd, it's World Book Day — the perfect occasion for promoting literacy and reading as a hobby. Though, in times like these it seems like people go for more fleeting, ad-hoc content preferring to flip through webpages as opposed to reading whole books. In any case, this year the day before World Book Day marks 400 years since Miguel de Cervantes' death. As the most important reference in the history of Spanish literary prose, we've chosen to celebrate his genius by coming up with the ten best eBook apps for Android. On these apps you can read, download, catalogue and collect books from the comfort and convenience of mobile technology.
The app comes with a library that includes over 10 million free books. Some of the best Sci-Fi, fantasy, mystery, suspense and romance books can be found on its virtual stands. Hunger Games, Paulo Coelho's short stories, or the complete works of Margaret Atwood are only some of the books you can download.
The app lets you read the books without having to be connected to the internet, as well as letting you set your own reading options from among several different options available, such as the text's font, and other such parameters.
The best part is that you can synch your Wattpad apps so that you can read on your tablet, cellphone, or even the website itself. This basically means you can use your own user account as a bookmark.
WattPad is a very interesting app for book fans, as it lets you enjoy millions of books (some of them very good books) for free, anywhere, and at any time.
Top apps for reading eBooks on Android