Apps

Best Books & Reference Apps

  • Amazon Kindle

    The Kindle app gives everyone the right to read books, magazines, newspapers now. There’re over a million books inside the app, and you can just access them with your fingertips. Especially you don’t need to own a Kindle to use the app.

  • Bible

    Bible is a free application that provides people the best way to read and listen.

  • JW Library

    Produced by Jehovah’s Witnesses, JW Library includes abundant Bible translations, books and brochures for Bible study. Different tools are provided to help users search content and make notes so that they can be referred to later.

  • Google Play Books

    Google Play Books provides you millions of books on Google Play including new releases, bestsellers, free classics and textbooks.

  • Audiobooks from Audible

    Audiobooks from Audible saves you plenty of time to enjoy the beauty of books if you don’t have too much time to read. Listen to books while you’re walking, running, bathing even cooking in the kitchen.

  • WolframAlpha

    Wolfram Alpha gets its name from the founder, Stephen Wolfram, who created the online service to answer factual queries by using its massive algorithms and data. Unlike search engines, the answers it gives are only robust computational results instead of pages of web links or documents.

  • Wattpad

    Millions of readers are using Wattpad to enjoy all sorts of stories about romance, fantasy, travelogues, memoirs, sci-fi, short stories, fanfic, and more.