Selection of links to additional information about software and applications to allow reading of digital materials on hardware other than E-readers
- McKiernan, Gerry. "The Mobile Lucky 7: A Brief Summary." Searcher: 16-21. (July-August 2011)The author critiques seven epublishers, including Alexander Street Press, Cengage Learning, EBSCO Publishing, and NewspaperDirect, Inc., looking at features such as mobile access options and device/platform choices.
- McDermott, Irene. "Internet Express." Searcher: 8-11. (July-August 2011)The author investigates whether the iPad2 can prove valuable within the library environment for staff and patrons alike. She provides a useful list of reference apps available on the iPad2.
Popular eBook Apps
- Comparison iOS e-book reader software A chart and coinciding information about which e-reader apps are supported on ios reading devices including the iPad.
- Comparison of Android e-book reader software Charts displaying what e-reader apps are supported on android platforms and discusses the relevant features of the software.
- Best of Apps and Enhanced Books (August 1, 2012) Reviews of apps and enhanced digital books for kids.
- Overdrive (August 7, 2012 ) App that lets you download eBooks from libraries.
- Top 5 mainstream eReader apps for Android (Jan 29, 2012)We are going to take a look at some of the best mainstream e-reader apps out there and tell you a bit about them.