By AP • October 18, 2018 05:24:24 By APCollege ebooks are a must-have for any student or parent who loves to learn and study.
But, as many college students are discovering, a growing number of them don’t know what to do with them, or can’t afford to pay for them.
In many ways, the app-based ebook reader for Android devices is a hybrid of traditional and new-school ebook formats.
And the first Android app to try to make reading books on your phone as easy as possible, it’s called FreeReader.
But as many of the first users to try it reported, the apps design and features are not as intuitive as they should be.
So what is FreeReader?
The FreeReader app, created by developer Zellers, allows users to access the free online book resources they need from nearly every genre and topic imaginable.
There are over a dozen categories of books to choose from, from romance to history, fiction to nonfiction and even science fiction.
Zeller says FreeReader can be used to read, research, and discover new information on your device.
Zetters also includes a search function, and it’s easy to filter by titles, author and category.
For the first few weeks of its release, FreeReader was free to download on Google Play.
But later in October, Google decided to raise the price to $2.99 per month for a two-year subscription.
The price increased to $5.99 in early November, and now FreeReader is free for all Android users.
It’s also available in Apple’s App Store and Google Play for iOS.
The Free Reader app is a great alternative to some of the traditional ebook apps on Android devices.
The only drawback is that, as with most apps on iOS, Free Reader does not allow users to edit their book in the app.
Zeller says that FreeReader allows for the creation of new book formats, such as the iPad-style ebook format.
FreeReader was developed in response to the rapid growth in ebook apps in the last two years.
According to Zellings research, a quarter of the app market is focused on ebook apps, while another 30% is focused around traditional ebook formats, including books.
The majority of the eBook apps in use today are designed for tablets.
“Our goal with FreeReader wasn’t to build a better ebook reader, it was to create a better book reader for our students, their parents and for our community,” Zelles says.
“We’re excited about this product and want to continue to support FreeReader as a community app.”
What to know about FreeReader:What it’s like to use FreeReader for reading ebooks on your Android device?
FreeReader is designed for Android tablets, smartphones and the like, with support for Google Play Books and Google Books, and the ability to search for and find books in the same category.
It also includes search functionality for books you already have in your library.
You can easily share your book collection, and Zellier says Free Reader supports sharing through email, text messages and texts.
For instance, if you have a book in your Android Library with the title ‘Book of the Month,’ you can send a text message to your friend saying, “I found this book in my library, but I need to share this with my friends.”
Zellering also includes the ability for users to upload a book to FreeReader and read it online, in addition to the Kindle app.
Zellers’ FreeReader review on Android is below.
What you need to know:If you want to learn more about Free Reader, read the full review on TechCrunch.
Zeller is working with more than 100 independent publishers and authors to create FreeReader, but the app is currently not compatible with Google Play books and Google books.
But Zellership says that this will change in the future.
“The new FreeReader on Android will support both the Kindle and Google apps.
This means that there will be a new version of FreeReader available on Android with the Kindle apps.
We plan to launch FreeReader in the coming months, so be sure to stay tuned!”