Are you looking for a good book to go with your morning coffee on Sunday? Wondering which book to read? We all have our personal tastes-fiction, nonfiction, literature, biographies and even the latest hot favorite, manga, but you can’t judge a book by its cover. We seek other readers’ advice before getting started on a new book in the same way as we look out for opinions before buying any new gadgets or electronics.
Nowadays, book lovers look for a full-on verdict on books with opinions, ratings, suggestions and comments from experts and other readers. There are quite a few book review websites that offer detailed analysis and evaluation.
Surfing through the New York Times best sellers on your notebook or desktop PC is the best way to begin your quest for your next read, but why to boot up a notebook when you have mobile technology right in your hands? It’s more convenient to use a larger screen since the small easy steps of browsing through websites can become a little complicated on mobile devices, where you have to open the browser and wait for ages for a review website to load.
Mobile devices are supposed to make our life easier and faster; there should be the same way to explore the world of books on mobile devices. There is an app for everything-from eBook apps to eBook book readers, so why not a book review app? Actually there are many book review apps on Apple App Store, but there are hardly any on the Android Market!
There are some must have’s in a Book Review app.
Simple and easy to use interface
Comprehensive color schemes and display options
Extensive options to view, edit, favorite and share the feeds with friends, book lovers and even strangers
A new addition to the Android Market, the Best Book Reviews app, is definitely addressing the problem for book lovers. The Best Book Reviews app keeps you updated on the latest book reviews and news right on your Android smartphone or tablet PC. Although it’s an exhaustive app with heaps of options, it has an utterly simple interface. It’s a refreshing change compared to most of the battery-draining RSS feed apps on Android Market.