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"I feel like I just re-found my love for the library again. This app helps re-connect with these amazing and free resources back inot reading books but also magazines. I know the library is free but I didn't know what an array they have for electronic resources. It is great and helpful."
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"I am dyslexic and old enough that is was never diagnosed in school. This is such a simple way for me to enjoy books I would never be able to read.I have been listening to the CDs for a long time. But having it on my phone allows me to listen whenever and wherever. Also this is one of the more efficient apps I have come across. Thank you Libby."
FromTextToSpeech.com is a browser-based app that turns up to 50,000 characters at a time into MP3 files that you can listen to or download. It is simple. Although it looks kind of sketchy, it is entirely safe and legit. It is the best free text to speech service available.
If you rely heavily on Gmail, Streak will let you manage the address book data. Personal users can utilize this Chrome extension for free that works directly within the inbox. It lets you skip the trouble of switching back and forth between tools to view contact info.
The most interesting feature for this app is its highly customizable reading interface. Enables reading for ePub, PDF, and Adobe DRM encrypted files, and lets you shop for new reads within the app, including many free classics. If you opt to pay for the Premium version, you can add as many audiobooks as you wish, as well as highlight and leave notes as you read.Android
Floyd DI just downloaded Free Address Book and I absolutely love it. Thank you for your work in developing it. I have tried numerous address books and none of them do what I want. Yours does!
Finding the right e-book reader apps (also called eReaders) can be difficult. There are a variety of e-book types, plenty of file formats to deal with, and then there are different kinds of books (novels, comics, etc) that make the whole experience a little complicated. However, with the right app, you can turn any phone or tablet into an e-book reader fairly easily.
FullReader (formerly FReader) is a popular and modern e-book reader app. It supports a wide range of e-book file types as well as less popular ones like CBR and CBZ (comic books) plus MP3 for audiobooks. The UI is classic Material Design and the app layout is simple enough for almost everybody. Some more power-user features include cloud backup support with Google Drive and Dropbox, an AMOLED dark mode, and a translator that works with 95 languages. The app is entirely free as far as we can tell. There are optional donations if you want to support development.
Kobo Books is another online bookstore like Amazon, Nook, and Google Play Books. The app is extremely basic. It seems like all it can do is read purchased books from the service. However, the service does support both audiobooks and normal e-books. Other features include cross-device syncing, downloading for offline use, and a Night Mode for late-night reading. The discovery features are actually pretty decent as well. The app is free to download. Books cost money, obviously.