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Do you read books on your IPad

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Do you read books on your IPad

Postby kcareconnections » Mon Jul 15, 2013 1:50 am

I am wondering if you read ebooks on your IPad? Is that something you do with your device. Or do you have a separate e-reader? I think I would use my Ipad for everything is I get one someday.
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Re: Do you read books on your IPad

Postby robert » Mon Jul 15, 2013 7:00 am

For the times I'm using an e-reader, nearly always indoors or on trains or planes, the iPad screen worked quite well. The contrast is better than on the Kindle (as expected), and I didn't find reading a book on the iPad to be particularly tiring on my eyes. Now, most of my reading has been confined to one hour or so. Things might be different if I was reading the screen for multiple hours at a stretch. Reading any screen for a long time does cause eye strain, so you should take the occasional break, make sure room lighting is appropriate if possible, and so on.
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Re: Do you read books on your IPad

Postby marvin » Mon Jul 15, 2013 7:05 am

which application to use to read books on the iPad? Is there many applications available? Which application is best to use? have anybody using ipad to read books?
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Re: Do you read books on your IPad

Postby robert » Mon Jul 15, 2013 7:08 am

Today, there are really two choices to read in ipad. Apple's iBooks app and Amazon's Kindle app. iBook is Apple's own application, and Apple has done a nice job with the aesthetics of the application. Amazon's Kindle application shares a lot with iBooks. It allows for color and for much better-looking images
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Re: Do you read books on your IPad

Postby marvin » Mon Jul 15, 2013 8:08 am

How to sync books on Ipad? While there are many ebook apps that allow you to buy ebooks to read on the iPad, there are also lots of free ebooks available on the web that you can read on the iPad, too. As long as you get ebooks in iPad-compatible formats.
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Re: Do you read books on your IPad

Postby robert » Mon Jul 15, 2013 8:10 am

Locate the ebooks you want and download them.Once you’ve downloaded the book, find it on your hard drive.Drag the ebook file to the tray at the left hand of the iTunes window. Aiming for the "Books" icon will do you well, though the whole section will work, too. This will automatically add the ebook to your iTunes library. Click the Book menu to make sure this has happened.Sync your iPad. Depending on your sync settings, it the ebook may automatically be added to your iPad. If not, you may have to go to the "Books" tab in the iPad management screen and check the box next to the new book.Once the ebook is synced to your iPad, read it by going to the iBooks app and tapping on the icon for the new book on the bookshelf.
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Re: Do you read books on your IPad

Postby xiaodengzi » Wed Oct 22, 2014 8:38 am

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