- — rgwilli128 (@rgwilli128)Thu, May 26 2011 14:28:26@alexismadrigal Prefer reading novels on Kindle (easier to read in bed, outside). Non-fiction I often use iBooks, feels easier to reference.
- — tomstandage (@tomstandage)Thu, May 26 2011 14:30:15@alexismadrigal On Kindle, because then you can read it on almost any platform (iPad, iPhone, Kindle, PC). Also, bigger choice than iBooks
- — tomstandage (@tomstandage)Thu, May 26 2011 14:31:10@alexismadrigal Of course, Kindle books may soon get more expensive so Apple can have 30% = unfair boost to iBooks. But you know that
- — alexismadrigal (@alexismadrigal)Thu, May 26 2011 14:33:03I use Kindle for most things because of cross-platform compatibility. But I wonder if I'm missing out on any iBooks whizbang.
- — robpegoraro (@robpegoraro)Thu, May 26 2011 14:40:26@alexismadrigal You're not. Although color graphics are far more common in iBooks, it's got the same limited font palette as Kindle.
Google Books vs. Kindle vs. iBooks for Reading on the Ipad
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