Amazon’s ebook store is the largest on the internet. Aside from its huge choice of books, there are plenty of other features which keep customers coming back for more.
2. Apple Books
Apple users should check out Apple Books (formerly known as iBooks. Unlike Amazon Kindle—which has apps available on every major operating system—Apple Books is limited to macOS and iOS devices.
3. Total Boox
Total Boox offers a unique solution to the problem. When you download a book from the company’s store, you only pay for the percentage of the book that you read.
Smashwords is the world’s largest distributor of independent ebooks. From a reader standpoint, the library has more than 500,000 books available. According to the company, 70,000 of them are available for free.
5. Barnes and Noble
Barnes and Noble is the largest bricks and mortar bookstore in the United States, with more than 600 retail stores. The Barnes and Noble ebook store contains more than 3 million paid titles and 1 million free ebooks.
With 5 million titles available for purchase, Kobo is also one of the largest ebook stores on the web. Content is evenly divided between fiction and non-fiction. There are Kobo apps available for all the major operating systems, including Windows, iOS, and Android.
7. Google Play Books
Perhaps surprisingly, the Play Books Store is one of the cheapest places to buy books. The UK’s Consumers’ Association, Which conducted research which found Google Play to have the lowest total cost across a basket of 10 current best sellers. It was almost 10 percent cheaper than the most expensive option, Kobo