The best thing what I love about embracing e-reading technology is that I do not have to dispose of my collection of paperback copies and my habit of reading library books. Along with reading my paperback copies, I can build an inventory of eBooks so that I can switch to and fro from physical books to digital books. Luckily, there are ample of websites, apps, directories, online libraries, eBooksÂ organizing software and tools. While I was planning to create digital library of free eBooks, I resorted to following digital sources to get started and build up my empire of free eBooks.
Free e-book search engines directories
Galore search engines, directories and websites offer free eBooks download; but I would recommend you a few handpicked search engines and directories. Project Gutenberg, Scribd, Planet eBook, Classic Reader, Manybooks, PublicBookshelf are the choicest search engines and directories are the most reliable placed to source and surf for free eBook downloads. You can also search at PDFgeni.com and pdf-search-engine.com if you are narrowing down upon for PDF eBook.
Free eBook reader apps Â
When it comes to eBookÂ reading, I can switch to and fro a dedicated e-book reader to a Smartphone, tablet, a notebook or desktop by using mobile apps. So whether you choose to read and create a collection of free eBookÂ on your iPhone, iPad or Android-based Smartphone, download and install any (or all of these) apps to convert your mobile device into an eBookÂ reader.
Free eBook reading apps on iPhone and iPad:
- Apple’s iBookstore and iBooks App
- Stanza (iPhone and iPad)
- B&N eReader (iPhone and iPad)
- Kindle for iPhone
- Wattpad 100,000+ Books
- eBooks by Kobo (iPhone and iPad)
Free eBook reading apps on Android Smartphone and Tablet:
- Moon+ Reader
- Aldiko Book Reader
- Google Books on Google Play
- Kindle app for Android
Apart from these digital sources, you can also avail free eBook download from online libraries using Sony Overdrive service and by joining Amazon Kindle lending club.