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I’ll be honest with you. Back when the iPad was released, I considered getting one. I wanted something that I could read eBooks on and how could you deny that gorgeous screen. Fast forward to the release of the HTC EVO 4G and that idea completely left my mind. The size of the EVO’s screen was perfect for my liking. Big enough to get enough content on one “page” yet small enough to still fit in one hand. I then set out to find the perfect eBook app, and let me tell you, Aldiko Book Reader gets the job done splendidly. In my opinion, its the best eBook reader for Android hands down. It’s got a great interface and it just makes everything simple. Check out the video walkthrough for the full scoop.
Great interface with book “shelves”
Easy importing of epub eBooks
Access to tons of free eBooks
Access to a large selection of paid for eBooks
Extensive reading settings
Importing can take a while if you’ve got a lot of books
Brent Klauck, or djR3Z as he is known around the web, is a 21 year old tech, social media and life enthusiast. He is the founder of The Droid Demos and collects hobbies in his spare time, whenever that is.
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