What are the best apps for teaching literature?

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    Audible is home to a library of over 180,000 audiobooks, podcasts, and Audible Channels. This tool comes with a complete customization of your listening experience. 


    Web, Android, iOS

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    Katherine Crawford
    Written on November 15, 2017
    "Audible is the place to go when you want to get audiobooks for a long drive, or just to sleep to. I do prefer reading, but I can't read while driving my car so audiobooks are the perfect way to mentally prepare myself for the long workday ahead, or to unwind and chill out after a tiring day at the office. I have some favorite authors, and have also come across some books that I could not wait to get back to reading, so I buy copies from Audible and get story time even if I'm not at home."
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    StoryKit is a free app for iOS whose main goal is to encourage your children to create their own storybook. It offers a lot of features, as writing text and drawing on the screen, picking public domain children's books and rewriting them, etc.



    Jose Williamson
    Written on November 20, 2017
    "This application is easily amongst the best apps for teaching literature, as it allows the user to make their own story through the interface. Utilizing this app myself has been quite the pleasure, and most people seeking to learn more about literature would benefit from this app!"
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    #3My Story Book Creator School Edition

    My Story Book Creator School Edition

    With this app, you can create your own story. It is a good way to involve kids in literature. Parents and kids can create their own stories. Kids will enjoy with colors and stickers and parents with the content. 




    Cristina Escamilla
    Written on June 6, 2018
    "I needed to find the best app for teaching literature. I found My Story Book Creator School Edition. This is a great app to create your own story. It's great for kids and great for parents to use. I love this app. It has a great interface and works great. Love it! Highly recommended!"
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    #4Amazon Kindle

    Amazon Kindle

    Amazon Kindle is a free cross-platform to download and use. With this app, you can carry with you all the ebooks you want! It is the best option for those who want to read any type of publication such as books, magazines or newspapers.


    Android, iOS, Windows, Mac, Chrome


    Billy Henderson
    Written on November 2, 2017
    "The Amazon Kindle app is one of the best for teaching I think. There is so much good information on there that you will likely never run out of it while learning. It is available on multiple devices and you can read books, magazines, and even newspapers. "
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    Goodreads is a social networking website made for book reader fans and book recommendations. First launched in 2007 by Otis Chandler, CEO and Co-Founder, Goodreads is now one of the biggest reading-material sharing platforms in the industry.



    Frank Barnett
    Written on January 1, 2018
    "A great way to network with other reader's and book collectors and find out what the larger internet community is reading! Great suggestions and good conversations with others, makes this a very fun and engaging site!"


Best What are the best apps for teaching literature
1AudibleApps 7 Free
2StoryKitApps 4 Free
3My Story Book Creator School EditionApps 3 Paid
4Amazon KindleApps 2 Free
5GoodreadsWebsites 0 Free

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