5 Android Reading Apps for when you’re Idle

Best Android reading apps

There’s only so much you can do over a long commute home or waiting for the subway during peak hours. You could always carry with you a book, but sometimes we don’t have that luxury of pulling it out and beginning to read. That’s where your trusted apps come in. You don’t have to be idle as you wait even at the check-out counter as you sneak in a few paragraphs of your favorite book.

Android Reading Apps

Let’s explore what Android reading apps can give you that experience.

  1. Pocket

Pocket is free. You can read and even save articles from any site and read later. The beauty is you can read the saved articles when you are offline.

This app is quite popular because it helps you stay on top of your reading list even when you don’t have time when you initially come across an article. All you have to do to save the articles is to get the app, and you’re on your way.

  1. Oyster

What about an app that gives you unlimited access to the New York Times bestsellers? Oyster is the app for you, where for $9.95 you’re able to gain access to all the books that you like. There are over half a million titles, and that is enough to keep you busy for a very, very long time.

If you’re not sure, you’ll get the books you like; you can check them out at their website before committing to the subscription. The chances are you won’t be disappointed.

  1. Audible

This list would not be complete without Audible. For $14.95 per month, you’re able to get one free audiobook and a discounted rate of 30 percent for the others.

What makes Audible loved is that you can always swap books if you don’t like them like if you got one on Astro technology and it didn’t pan out. Not everyone who does an audiobook has a fantastic voice, so it makes sense to get the chance to access 150,000+ other titles.

  1. Next Issue

If you love reading magazines, then indeed this is the app for you. You can read digital magazines from Time Inc. to News Corp all for a monthly subscription of $9.99 monthly. One can customize their monthly package and also get magazines for previous issues as part of the package.

If you read weeklies like The New Yorker, then you can make that part of your subscription for $14.99 monthly. That is a decent amount to pay for access to magazines that you love.

  1. Entitle

If you are big on buying books that you can export to our Kindle, phone, and other gadgets then turn to Entitle. For a monthly rate of $9.99, you can download any two books.

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You can also read them on the app, which is reader-friendly with aspects like night mode and adjusting the text size. If you are keen to read a book or more per month, then this app can aid you in that venture.

This post was last modified on November 11, 2019 7:24 AM

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