3 Best Readers Apps

FBReader

FBReader

Appsreview Score:
98/100 Points
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Pros:

  • Simple and fast
  • Books can be saved to SD card
  • Cross-platform and open source

Cons:

  • Complex and confusing app settings

Bottom Line:

Popular e-book reader for iPhone/iPad, Android, desktops/laptops, and other devices. Opens ePub, Mobi, fb2, etc.

ABBYY FineReader

ABBYY FineReader

Appsreview Score:
96/100 Points
User Rating

Pros:

  • Highest-quality OCR on the market.
  • Exceptionally clear interface.
  • Exports to multiple formats.
  • Useful cross-format document-comparison feature.

Cons:

  • Lacks Acrobat’s full-text-indexing feature.
  • Some features only in the more-expensive Corporate edition.

Bottom Line:

FineReader 14 maintains this app’s status as the best all-round OCR app on the planet. A fully redesigned interface and background-recognition features make it faster and easier to use than the superb previous versions.

Wattpad

Wattpad

Appsreview Score:
97/100 Points
User Rating

Pros:

  • Many book collections

Cons:

  • Advertising

Bottom Line:

Wattpad is a global multiplatform entertainment company whose vision is to entertain and connect the world through stories. Every month 65 million people around the world spend over 15 billion minutes on Wattpad to share and discover stories they can’t find anywhere else.