How people read ebooks
Where people buy ebooks
You can read ebooks now. Learn how to read ebooks here.
Fewer and fewer people are buying paper books, and more and more people are buying ebooks. Ebooks are
the future as proven by the growing popularity of the Kindle and the demise of Borders.
We list here what devices people read ebooks on and where
they buy eBooks for that device.
Kindle: Amazon was one of the pioneers in the ebook business
and you use a Kindle to read the ebooks you buy on Amazon.
Nook: Barnes & Noble's reader is called Nook, and you can buy
ebooks for it on Barnes & Noble
Reader Digital book: This is Sony's reader, which you can use to
read books you buy from Sony's Reader Store.
iBooks: This is what Apple calls ebooks. You buy ebooks on iTunes
and read it on all their devices such as iPad, iPod, and iPhone.
Google eBookstore: You can buy eBooks on the Google eBookstore, but also many
smaller bookstores around the country sell books through Google eBooks.
You can read Google Books on Apps and computers described below.
Apps: Most ebook sellers above have Apps you can use on your tablets and phones. So, you don't have to buy a Nook to read
Barnes and Noble books. For example, you can download a Kindle App to your iPad and read Amazon ebooks on your iPad.
You can usually download eBook Readers Apps at no charge.
ebook fans using computers can download ebook readers such as the
Adobe Digital Editions, which is supported by most ebook sellers.
The Kindle, Nook, and Reader Digital book mentioned above are called eBook Readers. You can compare and buy eBook Readers online.