Tag Archive: eBook


Best ebook reading apps for Android

Get your book fix with an ebook reading app!

Books can be heavy, expensive, and take up valuable space in a cramped apartment. If you’ve been considering the jump from physical books to ebooks, you’ll need to figure out the best e-reader for the job. Thankfully you’ve got a few options, depending on where you want to get your books, and how you want them to look on the screen.

Take a peek at our picks for  [Read More…]

The $2 Blood, Sweat, and Pixels eBook explores the turbulent world of making video games

You think beating that final boss was hard? Try designing him in the first place.

Amazon has discounted dozens of Kindle books during a huge one-day sale, including some great reads like Blood, Sweat, and Pixels for $ 1.99. That’s a price that won’t be here tomorrow.

You don’t need an Amazon device to read a Kindle book. Read it anywhere you can download the Kindle app, including iOS and Android.

And if you don’t want to read it  [Read More…]

Coding Powerhouse eBook Bundle teaches Java, Python, React, and more for only $29

Javascript, Python, React, Git, Scala. There are so many coding languages to choose from, each of which has its own merits and places in the world. Nowadays you should know at least one of them, if not more, if you hope to have a career in programming, web design, or mobile apps. Let’s teach you how […]

Android Development eBook Bundle: Unlock your creative potential for just $24

Ever find yourself in a conversation with someone and then one of you comes up with an idea for the next great app? The only problem is that between the two of you there is zero development experience. What do you do? Forget and it hope someone else develops it later on? No, you go after it! Our […]

Master Arduino programming with this complete starter kit and eBook bundle

Many of us have dreamed about building a robotic servant, but jumping into that level of circuitry right off the bat isn’t exactly feasible. It’s best to start with simple circuits — things that control lights and buzzers — before moving onto more complex builds. What you need is an Arduino kit that starts at the bottom and moves up to more advanced projects through hands-on experiments.

Become a robotics pro with this Arduino bundle! Learn more

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Oodles: A solid e-book reader, if you can ignore its looks (review)

It’s amusing to know that, even with the rise of e-books, tablets, and Amazon’s Kindle services and devices, recent studies show that Americans are reading less than in previous years. The media probably blames millennials, as they always do, but what are you going to do? I figure people can’t stop scrolling through their Facebook timelines

Best e-book reader apps for Android

Which e-book reader apps are best for Android?

Whether you want to bring your entire collection to the beach with you, or you want to re-read Game of Thrones in digital form on the morning train to work, there’s a great reading app for Android available for you. Here are our favorites.

Google Play Books Moon+ Reader Nook Amazon Kindle FBReader: Favorite Book Reader Universal Book (UB) Reader Cool Reader Aldiko Reader

Google Play Books  [Read More…]

Here’s how to check if you have Amazon credit from Apple’s ebook settlement

If you’re expecting any credit coming your way from Kindle purchases as a result of Apple’s ebook antitrust case, Amazon now has a convenient way to check. The retailer is now alerting Kindle users to the settlement payments on its Kindle site, along with a look at how much credit you can expect to receive.

Says Amazon:

In November 2014, a federal court approved a Settlement of antitrust lawsuits brought against Apple, Inc. (“Apple”) by State Attorneys  [Read More…]

New Samsung phone takes a page from HTC’s design eBook

Not literally of course, because I don’t know of such a tome. However, what I do know is a recent cache of photos has been leaked, detailing Samsung’s newest phone, the Galaxy C5. The phone looks similar to the HTC One A9, but since the A9 looks like the iPhone 6, the Galaxy C5 looks

Weekly poll results: which Android eBook app do you use?

Everyone has the own preferences when it comes to reading. Nowhere is this more true than reading on your phone.

Whether you’re reading on a 4-inch budget phone or a top-of-the-line phablet, reading on your phone is unique to each and every voracious bookworm that does it. Some will only read on their tablet, some will squeeze in a few pages anywhere they can — and we do mean anywhere. Some will switch apps on a dime  [Read More…]