Top five books and news Apps for Indian readers


Would you consider yourself a regular magazine and newspaper reader? Is your favorite magazine not reaching you on time? No matter what, read our post below to learn how to find them online within a minute.

There was a time when someone from the family was responsible for collecting the newspaper from the front gate or doorstep every morning. Although this practice is still prevalent in cities and towns, it has declined over time. We no longer have to wait for our favorite newspaper or magazine to arrive at our doorstep. We can now access them online. According to a recent study, young readers are showing greater interest in online content than physical papers. Because of real-time updates on digital pages, online reading is more convenient for them. There may be a membership option that is free, as well as a subscription plan. While the online distribution of newspapers and magazines may save trees, it may affect the earnings of the distributor rather than the publisher. Because the content on the Internet can be monetized by running advertisements on their pages.

Below is the list of the top five ebook and magazine applications for Indian readers.

1. Google playbooks




Google Playbooks is the eBook publishing app operated by Google. Google Books can be accessed with a Google account. In this app, you'll definitely get allured by the realistic way that the pages turn.
eBooks are available here for free and for a fee. Audiobooks and Epubs are also available besides PDFs. Publishers can submit their work through Google Play's partner program. Every book listed on Google Books has a sample page preview. In addition to zooming in and out, bookmarking, text highlighting, and making notes, the reader's experience is enhanced by an in-app translator. Refunds under Google's policy are less ambiguous. You don't need to worry if you forgot to bookmark the page, as it will remember the last page you saw when you return. When a book is purchased, it can also be downloaded offline. You can also buy free books from this app in languages like Kannada, Tamil, and other regional Indian languages.
Download Size: 14MB

2. Amazon kindle store


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Kindle is Amazon's book and magazine app. There are also four Indian regional newspapers and books listed in kindle, similar to Google Play Books. This app sells magazines and books as well as clothing and home appliances.
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Signing in requires an Amazon account, and any eBooks you buy from Amazon will automatically appear here. If not, In settings, just click on sync. There are free and paid books available on the site.
There are a number of features we can use to read books, like single or multipage views, bookmarks, notes, horizontal scrolling, and virtual panning. Immediately click on follow if you enjoy the author's work. Flipping the page also can be done with the volume button. one good and unique feature of kindle is its reading streak that gives an insight into your weekly and monthly reading activity.
Download Size: 47.19 MB

3. Magzter



Magzter offers very few free books and newspapers. It also supports regional Indian books. Post your favorite articles once you've registered using Facebook or Gmail. One unique feature is that readers can track updates based on the topic rather than the magazine or newspaper name.
A premium version of Magzter is called "Magzter gold", and it is available for 7 days for free. After that, the price is 399INR per month or 1999 per year. You can set parental controls in Magzter in a variety of ways. A great deal of Indian and foreign content is available for children here as well.
Download Size: 25MB

4. Issuu


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Logging in to the Issuu is optional, but if you do not log in, you can only do limited in-app activities. If you prefer, you can sign in using Google or Facebook. Various magazines and books are available here, ranging from free to paid. Your work can be uploaded here as well. Furthermore, readers can revisit their favorite books by stacking up.
Download Size: 8.1MB

5. Readly


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You can get unlimited access to Readly for 950INR a month. By including the most recent publication of titles, it keeps up to date. This app supports online reading, and the book categories range from transportation to kids to art. However, if you enjoy Indian titles more than others, then you may be concerned since there are not many of them available on Readly. This app lacks free books, which is its major drawback. A few previews are available to free of charge, but everything else is behind a payment wall. The app has limited parental control options.
Download Size: 6 MB

Final thoughts:


Here are five apps you can use to find a wide selection of books and read them online. JIO news (magazines) is another app worth checking out. Here you can find apps based on the number of languages they support and their ease of use. These are my personal opinions. In terms of simplicity and features, Google Play Books is more convenient. The number of free books, easy reading, and competitive pricing makes this app my favorite.


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