The Best Reading Apps on iPhone and Android

You almost certainly already have the Kindle app installed on your iPhone or Android, but that’s just scratching the surface of the vast world of amazing reading apps you can choose from. Here are a few of our favorites that we think you’ll love, regardless of whether you read long novels, superhero comics, or a bit of both.

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  4. I tried Audible and it doesn’t synchronize highlights over devices. I tried manually synchronizing and it just doesn’t work. People been having that issue since the beginning of last year and yet they didn’t fix it. For play books I don’t like using it because they interface doesn’t work good on all devices and I don’t like Google. Apple Books worked fine for me until you try to use anything other than Apple device. Also, Scribd is a complete mess, the UI both on Android and iOS is messy and unoptimized as hell, also no highlighting feature? So I don’t know what to do:(

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