I listen to free music for iPad or watch free movies for iPad a lot on my iPad 2 for fun. Of course I also use it for book reading. Besides the must-have one ibook., I have these apps on my iPad too. Reading free books for iPad or free magazines for iPad is really convenient with theses apps on my iPad.
It is a fantastic ebook reading app, with some incredibly intuitive features and a UI that thrives on the iPad’s display. Perhaps some of you can’t stand the reading for long periods of time on a backlit screen, but if you’re not one of those people, it is about as good as a tablet ebook reading experience.
The Instapaper app syncs with a central account so you can save stuff on your desktop or iPhone and those “read later” requests are then automatically synced with your iPad app and vice versa. Once synced, you can read the articles offline without an internet connection.
In addition to free ebooks for iPad reading apps, I have these magazine apps too.
Flipboard is a personal magazine. It gathers news from a number of prominent sources and also scours your Facebook and Twitter data and presents that info. We’re not talking about pages and pages of your friend’s monotonous updates but about a personalised magazine where the pages are made up of articles, videos and pictures already fetched for you from any links that appear in your social media streams.
If you are one of those smart people that reads The Economist, then why not make yourself look even smarter by reading it on an iPad in public? The app itself is free for a selection of editors highlights from each edition. If you want to read the full publication however, you will need to pay for each magazine.
GQ Magazine UK
At the moment, the UK version of the glossy magazine app and a sampler issue can be downloaded for free from iTunes and then an in-app charge of £2.40 can be paid for the latest edition. You’ll need to be 17-years-old or over to download the app as it may contain “frequent suggestive themes” as well as “infrequent references to mild realistic violence, mild nudity, crude humour and mild alcohol, tobacco and drug use”, as iTunes says.
Have fun entertaining yourself with music or movies on iPad as well as reading no matter it is free books for iPad or paid versions.;)