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An iPad can be used to read a wide variety of books. Choose the Kindle app if you want to be able to download books from aracer.mobi Whether you've downloaded free ebooks or downloadd them from an online store , you have to first put the books onto your iPad before you can. Why yes, you can download books directly to your iOS device, travel to the PG site, locate the book you want to download, click on its link.
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Turn off pagination: Turn Scrolling View on to scroll continuously through the book. Bookmark pages you want to return to again. Tap to add a bookmark; tap it again to remove the Bookmark.
To see all your bookmarks, tap , then tap Bookmarks. Touch and hold a word, then move the grab points to adjust the selection. Tap Highlight, then tap to choose a highlight color or underline.
To remove a highlight or underline, tap the text, then tap. To see all of your highlights, tap , then tap Notes. Tap Note, then enter note text.
I use Pages for basic document creation. I use the iPad mini usually on the couch or on a table, at the library or on the go. I suspect the Kindle with e-ink has much better display quality for reading in super bright light such as under the sun at the beach. But I guess this all depends on if your iPad likes to stay seaside under the sun often.
This would likely be due to the higher pixels per inch ppi with ppi on the iPad mini just like on iPhone vs a lower ppi on iPad Air and Pro. For ebooks, and other resources in the typical ebook format, mini is great, and I can adjust the text size when reading in the iBooks app.
I usually read sitting up in a chair or while laying in bed. I mainly read newspaper apps, eBooks, and web articles.
I prefer the size of the mini to the 9. I find the mini and the Plus size iPhone to be the most comfortable for pure book reading. I use it to read. I actually prefer it to my older Kindle, since the clear retina screen feels way easier on my eyes than the not-quite-white against not-quite-black text that the Kindle had.
I had a mini 2 before the 4, and the newer screen is just phenomenal in comparison. But now that I have a mini 4, there really is no comparison! The colors and clarity are just incredible. I used to use the 9.
As much as I prefer backlit displays for reading, the 9.
The mini 4 is closer in size to your average paperback, so I feel most comfortable with a device that size. Vogue Harper: I have to admit though, for reading novels and other text books, I still cannot move away from my Kindle Paperwhite. The e-ink display is hard to beat. It just feels so much more natural and akin to reading a physical paper copy of my books. More at the MacRumors Forum. As you can tell from the sample of comments above, most people seem to enjoy reading on their iPads.
But there is definitely a split between those who do most or all of their reading on iPads, and those who use the iPad for some reading materials but also opt for a Kindle-ereader for novels. I might be one of the odder examples of a guy who reads on his iPad.
Yes, I do use the Kindle app on my iPad at times for text-based books. Yes, I prefer audiobooks to text-based books these days. Reading via Audible gives my tired eyes a chance to rest, and it lets me relax while the narrator does the work of reading for me. If you don't see this menu item, tap the arrow at the top left and then choose Collections. Tap an eBook to download it to your iPad not-yet-downloaded books should have an iCloud arrow icon.
There are actually lots of other eBook reader apps out there that you can use to read most books. Given the number of eBook reader apps on the market, it'd be impossible to explain them all here. Below is an example of how to use the Kindle app to put books from your computer onto your iPad. Install the app on your iPad if it isn't already.
Connect your iPad to your computer and open iTunes.
You can also use the Kindle app to download books you downloadd from Kindle Store , and you don't even need iTunes to do it since it happens via the cloud. However, items downloadd directly from stores like that require those apps to read the eBooks.
Select File Sharing from the section on the left. Select the app you want to download books to. Use the Add File button on the right side of iTunes to send the book to your iPad through that app.
In the panel on the right are documents already synced to your iPad through that app.