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[QUAL A MELHOR ESCOLHA?] - Kindle X Paperwhite X Oasis
Which Amazon Kindle to buy? Choosing the one that suits you best
Finding the right eBook reader apps also called eReaders can be difficult. There are a variety of eBook types, plenty of file formats to deal with, and then there are different kinds of books novels, comics, etc that make the whole experience a little complicated. However, with the right app, you can turn any phone or tablet into an eBook reader. Additionally, the technology has kind of plateaued a little bit. The good news is that whatever you pick should last you a good long time as long as the developer remains active. Here are the best ebook reader apps for Android! If we missed any of the best eBook reader apps for Android, tell us about them in the comments!
The Kindle reader is one of the most popular choices for ebook reading, letting you read your favourite books on a digital device, without the drawbacks that come with using a tablet or smartphone. Not only is the Kindle power efficient, but it's connected meaning you can easily download new books - and incredibly easy to use with seamless integration with your Amazon account. The real decision is which model you should buy, with some potential savings expected when Prime Day hits see UK deals or US deals. Here's how they break down. The basic Kindle comes with the advantage of being the cheapest of the lot, but it's now no longer sold by Amazon direct, even if some third-party sellers still offer it.
Our number one goal at HookedtoBooks is to help readers become the best book-loving version of themselves. This post may contain affiliate links, click here to learn more. Those days are finally over. Even better? The latest models have a battery that lasts for weeks.
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QUE EVOLUCAO HEIN! KINDLE OASIS 2! A AMAZON SABE o QUE FAZ!
Bottom Line: The edition of the slim, waterproof Amazon Kindle Oasis adds a warmth-adjustable backlight for less eye strain, thought most people will be just fine spending nearly half the price on t Bottom Line: The latest low-cost Kindle improves night reading with its front light, but the slightly more expensive Paperwhite offers better overall value for most readers. Bottom Line: Kobo's top-of-the-line ebook reader is great if you feel other options are too cramped, but it's more device than most people need. But before you settle on a single device, you have some decisions to make. As you can see, Amazon's Kindle line makes up the bulk of our top picks, and for many people will be the perfect choice. But it isn't the only choice.