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The perfect app for book nerds

Postby shon maxx » Sat Feb 11, 2017 9:34 pm

I recently found an app for my iphone called ireaditnow. It allows you to keep track of books you're reading, have read, or plan to read. If you haven't read it yet, you can set up a reading cue of what to read next. If you are reading a book, you can keep track of where you are (perfect for me because I dropped the book mark reading the last two books). If you've already read it, you can rate it and (I believe but haven't figured out where) post your ratings online.

I love it because by the end of last year, I had a small stack of books in my to-read list. But after getting some gift cards from my wife and mother, that stack has grown just a bit higher. After entering the books in my stack in the order I want to read them, I ended up also entering a bunch of books I've also read, and then rated them. ireaditnow also allows you to search online for your books and even use a barcode scanner to find them, which I have, quite a bit.

While my wife just shook her head, I found the app (which is free BTW) to be most helpful and definitely recommend it to book nerds everywhere.
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Re: The perfect app for book nerds

Postby MelissaMiller » Thu Feb 16, 2017 11:14 am

shon maxx wrote:I recently found an app for my iphone called ireaditnow. It allows you to keep track of books you're reading, have read, or plan to read. If you haven't read it yet, you can set up a reading cue of what to read next. If you are reading a book, you can keep track of where you are (perfect for me because I dropped the book mark reading the last two books). If you've already read it, you can rate it and (I believe but haven't figured out where) post your ratings online.

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While my wife just shook her head, I found the app (which is free BTW) to be most helpful and definitely recommend it to book nerds everywhere.



Great little story. Thanks for sharing :)
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Re: The perfect app for book nerds

Postby linabale » Wed Jun 07, 2017 11:20 am

I have the same app! But with one difference - i can write my essay there, it is very useful, because you read something and write ant the same moment!
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Re: The perfect app for book nerds

Postby Tommy Docherty » Wed Jul 12, 2017 11:56 am

Yeah, I consider myself a book lover. Right now I'm using Litsy. There's a feature that you can share a quote from the book you're reading and tag it. And ireaditnow has a great feature called Flow.
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