READ­ING EBOOKS AND FOR­MATS

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It’s all well and good to be able to snag free ebooks, but what’s the best way to read them? For those who do a lot of read­ing, it’s hard to go past a ded­i­cated ebook reader, with a more paper-like look and long bat­tery life. Mod­els such as the Kin­dle have ac­cess to a huge range of books di­rectly, but can also open down­loaded ePub for­mats. For more ca­sual read­ing, a smart­phone or tablet works quite well, though with the screen on, it does chew through the bat­tery faster. Most large ebook stores (such as Ama­zon, Kobo and Google) have their own apps for read­ing. With some you can also read on your PC and Mac, with book po­si­tions synced across de­vices. Oth­er­wise there are loads of third-party ebook reader apps — Google Play Books on An­droid and iBooks on iOS. If you need to con­vert your ebook for­mat, there are plenty of free on­line ser­vices — we like Epu­bor On­line eBook Con­verter (

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