What are the best apps like Kindle reader on Android?

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    #1Moon+ Reader

    Moon+ Reader

    Moon+ Reader is a free ebook reader application for Android that supports a variety of ebook formats. The mobile app features many tools for the users' reading convenience like a day/night mode, font scaling, auto-scroll mode, and many more.



    Free- with in-app purchases

    Heather Perry
    Written on January 17, 2018
    "I wanted a kindle reader but was bored the default one. Gave this a whirl, was only marginally impressed. It seems like a reskin of the default app to be honest. "
  2. 15

    #2Aldiko Book Reader

    Aldiko Book Reader
    Aldiko Book Reader is a free ebook reader in which you will be able to read in many file formats, create your own bookmarks, etc. It contains a built-in shop with both free and pay-books.

    Android, iOS

    Free- with in-app purchases

    Fernando Cázares
    Written on November 10, 2017
    "This is a pretty good little eBook reader for Android. If you can afford it I'd highly recommend the premium edition for all the extra features. They're very useful and really adds to the experience of reading books on an Android device."
  3. 13

    #3Cool Reader

    Cool Reader

    Cool Reader is a free ebook reader application for Android devices that allows users to read different file formats such as epub, fb2, doc, txt, rtf, html, chm, tcr, pdb, prc, mobi, and pml. It features tools involving text content. 



    Free- with in-app purchases

    Nicole Boyd
    Written on November 11, 2017
    "This is a great ebook reader with lots of features. I really love all the options to customize the layout to my preferences. Books load smoothly and seamlessly."
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    With Nook you will get access to more than 4 million eBooks, graphic novels, comics, and magazines, and recommendations to discover more content that you like. You can customize your experience creating a library, adding notes and bookmarks.


    Android, iOS


    Randy Richardson
    Written on November 10, 2017
    "Nooks is the infamous Barnes and Noble e-reader. Everyone knows that it's inferior to the Kindle. The product is a bit buggy."
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    #5Google Play Books

    Google Play Books
    Make digital reading even easier with Google Play Books, featuring smart recommendations personalized just for you, access to millions of best sellers, comics, and textbooks, and loads of customizable features.

    Android, iOS


    Richard Grant
    Written on November 19, 2017
    "Google Play Books is androids ebook store and interface. It has a lot of great content available for purchase but the interface is not my favorite to use."
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    #6Kobo Books

    Kobo Books
    Kobo Books is a website for book lovers that offers you more than 5 million titles to read, including books and audiobooks. It also suggests e-readers compatible with iOS, Android, and Blackberry 10 devices.


    Austin Wood
    Written on November 10, 2017
    "A good alternative to other book online retailers and apps. A worthy competitor for those looking for a change. I would suggest it's worth a try if not invested in other ecosystems."
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    Bookari is an ebook reader with powerful options. You can organize your books, take notes, set bookmarks and sync phone and tablet bookshelves. It supports the most common ebook formats.

    Android, iOS


    Justin Castro
    Written on November 20, 2017
    "I wanted to find out if my android had any reader happs like Kindle. It turns out it has something even better. I was told to check out Bookari. I was really impressed with all the options. This definitely suits all my needs. "


Best What are the best apps like Kindle reader on Android
1Moon+ ReaderApps 21 Free
2Aldiko Book ReaderApps 15 Free
3Cool ReaderApps 13 Free
4NookApps 11 Free
5Google Play BooksApps 10 Free
6Kobo BooksWebsites 8 Free
7BookariApps 6 Free

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