Okay, enough babbling—here's some of your options. Step 1Amazon Kindle Store. Yes, there's tons of costly eBooks at Amazon's Kindle Store, but there's also some free eBooks available. Step 2Google Play Books. Step 3Internet Archive Texts. Step 4Project Gutenberg. Step 5ManyBooks.Net. Step 6FeedBooks. This is a book reader to download books from online for you to read. There are tens of thousands of free books to choose from, as well as some others available for a small price. With our book downloader app, you can put together a collection of ebooks into your own ebook library on your Android. Go to Settings 2. Go to Security and make sure unknown sources is checked 3. Download File Manager HD here 4. Download Astonishing Comic Reader here 5. Go to GetComics 6. Find any comic you like 7. Click download now 8. Click get link 9.Then wa. And also Google Books, the book search engine from where we can download free books or access its online stores. And precisely in the field of books is where Google Books Downloader works, an eBook downloader for mobile devices that allows us to carry out searches within this online bookstore to download those titles that are free.

There's some seriously good news for readers with an Android phone. It also doubles as an eBook reader. Even though phone screens have gotten larger, they're still not all that big. However, if you try out an eBook reading app, you may discover that your Android turns out to be a pretty good pocket reader, plus you can always read on a tablet, if you find you phone too small. Plus, the apps from the biggest eBook stores all work on both phones and tablets and they'll allow you to pick up right where you left off on any device.

Want free books? You can download free eBooks for every one of these readers. Most books are classics now in public domain, but you'll also find the occasional promo.

All of the apps below should be equally available no matter which company makes your Android phone, including Samsung, Google, Huawei, Xiaomi, etc.

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Amazon Kindle Reader

What We Like

  • Absolutely gigantic library for sale

  • Great controls

  • Quickly buy and download

  • Exclusives and unlimited subscriptions

What We Don't Like

  • Proprietary format makes moving books difficult

Amazon.com's Kindle reader is a huge hit. One of the things that make it so popular, aside from access to a huge library of Kindle books on Amazon.com, is that Amazon.com offers an app for most mobile devices, including: Android, iPhone, and laptops running Windows or Mac OS. The Kindle app also remembers where you left off from any Internet-connected device, so you can start reading on your iPod and finish on your Android.

The thing to keep in mind as you build an Amazon.com library is that Amazon's books are meant to stay in Kindle readers. They use a proprietary format rather than keeping with the industry-standard ePub format, and that locks you into only buying books from Amazon.com.

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Google Play Books

What We Like

  • Massive library for sale

  • Great Android integration(obviously)

  • Clean and simple interface

  • Easily manage, import, and transfer books

What We Don't Like

  • Not quite as refined as Kindle(small nitpick, really)

Google Play Books is a bookstore from Google. They have apps for Android, iPad, iPod, computers, and just about every smartphone or eBook reader available, except for the Amazon Kindle. The Google Play Books eBook reader offers similar features to most readers, including the ability to start reading on one connected device and continue on another. The bookstore itself features a large selection of eBooks and audiobooks in addition to free books from Google's large database of scanned public domain library books.

If you are reading DRM-free books that you purchased from another store, you can also transfer those books into your library on Google Play Books and read them there.

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Kobo Books

What We Like

  • Tons of books available

  • Great interface and controls

  • Easy to sign in and manage

Kobo Readers were the choice of Borders bookstores. Remember Borders? However, Kobo was always an independent store, so the Kobo Reader did not die when Borders did. The Kobo app can read ePub formatted books as well as Adobe Digital Editions, which means you can potentially use them to check out books from the library. While you can still get Kobo readers, the Android app makes for an excellent reading experience.

The Kobo store lets you download thousands of top quality books and read them across your devices. You can also buy books outside the Kobo store, so long as they are DRM-free ePub books.

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Aldiko

What We Like

  • Great simple interface

  • Not tied to a single format or platform

  • Easy access to public domain books

What We Don't Like

  • No bookstore

  • Books need to be imported manually

If you don't want an app tied to a major bookstore or platform, but you do want a full-featured reader capable of reading open ePub books, Aldiko is a solid and popular choice. It's easy to read, and very customizable. However, the Aldiko reader is a choice that involves more fiddling. Unlike the other readers mentioned here, it is not tied to a tablet, and it doesn't sync with a reader. You could run the Aldiko app on an open Android tablet, but your bookmarks will not transfer to your phone. There is also a way to sink your books with Calibre, but it involves rooting your phone.

Aldiko also offers a wide range of free public domain books without any DRM. If you're looking to dive into classics, it's a great way to get started. Otherwise, you're going to need to purchase your eBooks elsewhere and import them.

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Nook

What We Like

  • Easy to navigate, buy, and read

  • Fantastic selection to buy

  • Great reader controls

What We Don't Like

  • Browsing in the store could be simplified

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The Nook Reader is Barnes & Noble Books' eReader. They used to be specialized devices, but now, they're mostly Android tablets running the Nook app. So, installing the app on your Android device effectively gives you all the functionality of a Nook. Nook, like Kobo, supports ePub and Adobe Digital Editions.

While Barnes & Noble aren't as big as Amazon or Google, they're still one of the largest traditional bookstores in the world. The app definitely reflects that, and offers a ton of choice in addition to a well polished interface for reading.

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Moon+ Reader

What We Like

  • Super simple interface

  • Import books easily

  • Download free public domain books

Moon+ reader is another completely independent eBook reader. That means that it isn't tied to a single store or platform. Instead, you need to download your own books and import them.

That said, Moon+ is extremely simple to use and get started. It doesn't take much to import your books, and when you do, they're automatically placed on your virtual bookshelf. The reading controls are simple too, and they look good. It's a shame there's no easy way to customize them, though. Moon+ is a fantastic option for a simple indie e-reader.

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Wattpad

What We Like

  • Easy to sign up and get started

  • Tons of stories to read

  • Great social aspects

  • Read new stories here first

What We Don't Like

  • You may have to 'kiss a few frogs'

  • No mainstream published works

Wattpad is something entirely different. It's not a store like Amazon or Barnes & Noble. Instead, it's an indie publishing platform that lets you read the works of undiscovered and independent authors. Wattpad aims to make connections between undiscovered talent and major publishers, and it certainly has worked. Wattpad books have gone on to be adapted for film.

In addition to letting you browse and read indie books, you can actually write and publish your own. Wattpad is a social platform as much as an e-reader, and you can use it to connect with other readers and writers.

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AlReader

What We Like

  • Loads of customization options and controls

  • A real focus on reading

What We Don't Like

  • The interface isn't all that pretty

AlReader is a quick and dirty no nonsense reader that puts you in your books right away. With AlReader, you get an independent eBook reader that focuses on the reading aspect more than the library, organization, or purchase of books.

AlReader has tons of control options for your books. You can truly tailor the reading experience to suit your preferences, no matter what they are. You can also import your eBook library fairly simply using the app's file browser. If you want to fine tune your reading experience, this might be the best option for you.

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Media365 Reader

What We Like

  • Excellent interface

  • Easily add and manage books

  • Simple reading controls

What We Don't Like

  • Out of place publishing feature/shop

Media365 Reader is one of the more polished indie e-reader apps available for Android. It features an extremely simple interface with great library controls and navigation. You can easily scan and import your eBooks and sort them to find what you want to read in a snap.

Media365 is kind of strange, though. It's also a publishing platform that lets indie authors, including you, publish their books for download through the app. It doesn't work that way in practice, though, and the built in shop is reserved mostly for public domain classics.

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ReadEra

What We Like

  • Fantastic design

  • Powerful reading controls

  • Great library organization options

  • Free with no ads

What We Don't Like

  • Nothing. Everything this one does, it does well.

ReadEra is a more powerful independent eBook app. It builds both strong reader controls that allow you to customize everything from your fonts to page color and margins and a visually appealing, easy to navigate, library.

ReadEra doesn't include on half-baked features or try to push some other agenda. Instead, it focuses on the actual features of an e-reader, organizing and reading books. Because it keeps things on track, everything ReadEra does, it does beautifully.

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It's easier than you think to get free Kindle books; you just need to know where to look. The websites below are great places to visit for free books, and each one walks you through the process of finding and downloading the free Kindle book that you want to start reading.

If you don't have a Kindle and would rather not purchase a brand new one, no worries; there's a free Kindle reading app that you can get for your browser, smartphone, or tablet. After you've installed the app, you're ready to get your free Kindle books.

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Amazon's Free Kindle Ebooks

What We Like

  • Massive collection of eBooks.

  • Customer reviews and ratings.

What We Don't Like

  • Many sub-par titles.

  • Some titles are only free for a limited time.

Amazon has hundreds of free eBooks you can download and send straight to your Kindle.

Amazon's eBooks are listed out in the Top 100 Free section. Within this category are lots of genres to choose from to narrow down the selection, such as Self-Help, Travel, Teen & Young Adult, Foreign Languages, Children's eBooks, and History.

You can also browse Amazon's limited-time free Kindle books to find out what books are free right now. You can sort this list by the average customer review rating as well as by the book's publication date.

If you're an Amazon Prime member, you can get a free Kindle eBook every month through the Amazon First Reads program.

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OverDrive Through Your Public Library

What We Like

  • Access to thousands of titles.

  • Advanced search features.

What We Don't Like

  • Not available everywhere.

  • Libraries limited to a certain number of loans per day.

If your public library has a subscription to OverDrive then you can borrow free Kindle books from your library just like how you'd check out a paper book. Use the Library Search page to find out which libraries near you offer OverDrive.

Just like with library books, when you ​check out an eBook from OverDrive it'll only be loaned to you for a few weeks before being automatically taken off your Kindle.

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You can also borrow books through their mobile app called Libby.

Learn more about using the public library to get free Kindle books if you'd like more information on how the process works.

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Book Lending

What We Like

  • Loan books as well as borrowing them.

  • User friendly.

What We Don't Like

  • Loans limited to 14 days.

  • Limited titles available.

If your library doesn't have a subscription to OverDrive or you're looking for some more free Kindle books, then Book Lending is a similar service where you can borrow and lend books for your Kindle without going through a library.

After you register at Book Lending (which is free) you'll have the ability to borrow books that other individuals are loaning or to loan one of your Kindle books. You can search through the titles, browse through the list of recently loaned books, and find eBook by genre.

Kindle books can only be loaned once, so if you see a title you want, get it before it's gone.

The free Kindle books here can be borrowed for 14 days and then will be automatically returned to the owner at that time.

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eReaderIQ

What We Like

  • Feature-rich service.

  • Helpful browsing tool.

What We Don't Like

  • Only links to books on Amazon.

  • Cluttered appearance.

eReaderIQ may look like your typical free eBook site but they actually have a lot of extra features that make it a go-to place when you're looking for free Kindle books.

At eReaderIQ all the free Kindle books are updated hourly, meaning you won't have to miss out on any of the limited-time offers. In fact, you can even get notified when new books from Amazon are added.

Browsing books at eReaderIQ is a breeze because you can look through categories and sort the results by newest, rating, and minimum length. You can even set it to show only new books that have been added since you last visited.

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Project Gutenberg

What We Like

  • Titles not found elsewhere.

  • Thousands of free eBooks available.

What We Don't Like

  • Outdated appearance.

  • Unable to download directly to Kindle.

There are over 58,000 free Kindle books that you can download at Project Gutenberg.

Use the search box to find a specific book or browse through the detailed categories to find your next great read. You can also view the free Kindle books here by top downloads or recently added.

You'll be able to download the books at Project Gutenberg as MOBI, EPUB, or PDF files for your Kindle.

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Freebooksy

What We Like

  • New books added often.

  • Multiple genres available.

What We Don't Like

  • Largely used to promote books.

  • Some eBooks are only sample chapters.

Freebooksy is a free eBook blog that lists primarily free Kindle books but also has free Nook books as well.

There's a new book listed at least once a day, but often times there are many listed in one day, and you can download one or all of them.

A few genres available in eBooks at Freebooksy include Science Fiction, Horror, Mystery/Thriller, Romance/Chick Lit, and Religion/Spirituality.

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ManyBooks

What We Like

  • Popular titles.

  • Reader ratings and reviews.

What We Don't Like

  • Free and premium books listed together.

  • Cluttered layout.

ManyBooks is another free eBook website that scours the Internet to find the greatest and latest in free Kindle books. Currently, there are over 50,000 free eBooks here.

Browse the free eBooks by authors, titles, or languages and then download the book as a Kindle file (.azw) or another file type if you prefer. You can also find ManyBooks' free eBooks from the genres page or recommended category.

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Open Library

What We Like

  • Tremendous amount of books available.

  • Variety of classic and academic literature.

What We Don't Like

  • Scans from hard-copies can be difficult to read on Kindle

  • Titles might have waiting lists.

Open Library is a free Kindle book downloading and lending service that has well over 1 million eBook titles available.

They seem to specialize in classic literature and you can search by keyword or browse by subjects, authors, and genre.

Each book can be read online or downloaded in a variety of file formats like MOBI, DJVU, EPUB, plain text, and PDF, but you can't go wrong using the Send to Kindle feature.

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OHFB (OneHundredFreeBooks)

What We Like

  • Helpful categories and keywords for search.

  • Updated often.

What We Don't Like

  • Links to Kindle.

  • Not user friendly.

OHFB is a free Kindle book website that gathers all the free Kindle books from Amazon and gives you some excellent search features so you can easily find your next great read.

You can search category or keyword to quickly sift through the free Kindle books that are available. Finds a free Kindle book you're interested in through categories like horror, fiction, cookbooks, young adult, and several others.

Large photos of the Kindle books covers makes it especially easy to quickly scroll through and stop to read the descriptions of books that you're interested in.

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FreeBooksHub.com

What We Like

  • Comments and reviews displayed.

  • New titles added often.

What We Don't Like

  • Some books require Amazon Prime subscription.

  • No search feature.

FreeBooksHub.com is another website where you can find free Kindle books that are available through Amazon to everyone, plus some that are available only to Amazon Prime members.

The blog at FreeBooksHub.com highlights newly available free Kindle books along with the book cover, comments, and description. Having these details right on the blog is what really sets FreeBooksHub.com apart and make it a great place to visit for free Kindle books.

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DigiLibraries.com

What We Like

  • Lengthy category list.

  • Download up to 50 eBooks per day.

What We Don't Like

  • Cluttered appearance.

  • Ads on pages.

DigiLibraries.com gathers up free Kindle books from independent authors and publishers. You can download these free Kindle books directly from their website.

My favorite part about DigiLibraries.com is that you can click on any of the categories on the left side of the page to quickly see free Kindle books that only fall into that category. It really speeds up the work of narrowing down the books to find what I'm looking for.

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Kindle Buffet

What We Like

  • Features new titles.

  • Email subscription available to learn of new posts.

What We Don't Like

  • Not user friendly.

  • Not searchable.

Kindle Buffet from Weberbooks.com is updated each day with the best of the best free Kindle books available from Amazon.

Each day's list of new free Kindle books includes a top recommendation with an author profile and then is followed by more free books that include the genre, title, author, and synopsis.

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Freebook Sifter

What We Don't Like

  • Outdated layout.

  • No cover images or details.

Freebook Sifter is a no-frills free kindle book website that lists hundreds of thousands of books that link to Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Project Gutenberg for download.

Beside each of these free eBook titles, you can quickly see the rating of the book along with the number of ratings. This makes it really easy to find the most popular free eBooks.

Subscribe to their daily alerts to get emails about new books.

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The eReader Cafe

What We Don't Like

  • Search tool doesn't include just free books.

  • Titles might not be free.

The eReader Cafe has listings every day for free Kindle books and a few bargain books.

Daily email subscriptions and social media profiles are also available if you don't want to check their site every day.

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eBookDaily

What We Like

  • Signup alerts you to three new titles daily.

  • Choose favorite genres.

What We Don't Like

  • Account required to view titles.

  • Titles might only be free temporarily.

Every day, eBookDaily adds three new free Kindle books to several different genres, such as Nonfiction, Business & Investing, Mystery & Thriller, Romance, Teens & Young Adult, Children's Books, and others.

Amazon's star rating and ​its number of reviews are shown below each book, along with the cover image and description.

You can browse the past day's free books as well but you must create an account before downloading anything. A free account also gives you access to email alerts in all the genres you choose.

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DailyCheapReads.com

What We Like

  • Junior Edition lists YA titles.

  • New books added frequently.

What We Don't Like

  • Not all eBooks are free.

  • Subscription to Amazon Prime or other service might be required.

DailyCheapReads.com has daily posts on the latest Kindle book deals available for download at Amazon, and will sometimes post free books.

There are specific categories of books on the website that you can pick from, but only the Free category guarantees that you're looking at free books.

They also have a Jr. Edition so you can find the latest free eBooks for your children and teens.

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eBooks Habit

What We Like

  • Popular titles available.

  • Free email subscription notifies you of updates.

What We Don't Like

  • No search feature.

  • Free eBooks are mixed in with premium titles.

eBooks Habit promises to feed your free eBooks addiction with multiple posts every day that summarizes the free kindle books available.

The free Kindle book listings include a full description of the book as well as a photo of the cover.

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Centsless Books

What We Like

  • Contemporary titles frequently updated.

  • Large category list.

What We Don't Like

  • Not user friendly.

  • Outdated appearance.

Updated every hour with fresh content, Centsless Books provides over 30 genres of free Kindle books to choose from, and the website couldn’t be easier to use.

All the books are listed down a single page with thumbnails of the cover image and direct links to Amazon.

If you’d rather not check Centsless Books’ website for updates, you can follow them on Twitter and subscribe to email updates.

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PixelScroll

What We Like

  • Frequent updates.

  • Dates clearly listed for limited-time freebies.

What We Don't Like

  • No search feature.

  • Paid and free titles listed together.

PixelScroll lists free Kindle eBooks every day that each includes their genre listing, synopsis, and cover.

PixelScroll also lists all kinds of other free goodies like free music, videos, and apps.

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BookBub

What We Like

  • Email subscription will notify you of new titles.

  • Wide array of categories.

What We Don't Like

  • Links take you to Amazon.

  • Many titles only free for a limited time.

BookBub is another website that will keep you updated on free Kindle books that are currently available.

Click on any book title and you'll get a synopsis and photo of the book cover as well as the date when the book will stop being free. Links to where you can download the book for free are included to make it easy to get your next free eBook.

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Free-eBooks.net

What We Like

  • Search by author or title.

  • Multiple categories, including textbooks and academic publications.

What We Don't Like

  • Cluttered appearance.

  • Registration required.

You can search for free Kindle books at Free-eBooks.net by browsing through fiction and non-fiction categories or by viewing a list of the best books they offer.

You'll need to be a member of Free-eBooks.net to download the books, but membership is free.

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Free Kindle Books and Tips

What We Don't Like

  • No title search feature for just free books.

  • Unfriendly user interface.

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Free Kindle Books and Tips is another source for free Kindle books but discounted books are also mixed in every day.

There are plenty of genres available and you can search the website by keyword to find a particular book. Each book has a full description and a direct link to Amazon for the download.

To stay up to date with new releases, Kindle Books, and Tips has a free email subscription service you can use as well as an RSS feed and social media accounts.

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BookGoodies

What We Like

  • Updated weekly.

  • Free download end dates listed.

What We Don't Like

  • Limited time free eBooks.

  • No search options.

BookGoodies has lots of fiction and non-fiction Kindle books in a variety of genres, like Paranormal, Women's Fiction, Humor, and Travel, that are completely free to download from Amazon.

The time frame a book is available as a free download is shown on each download page, as well as a full description of the book and sometimes a link to the author's website.

Social media pages help you find new eBooks from BookGoodies, but they also have an email service that will send the free Kindle books to you every day.

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Booktastik

What We Like

  • Reviews and recommendations.

  • Appealing appearance.

What We Don't Like

  • Limited titles.

  • Links take you to external download pages.

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Booktastik has free and discounted books on its website, and you can follow their social media accounts for current updates.

There aren't a lot of free Kindle books here because they aren't free for a very long period of time, though there are plenty of genres you can browse through. Look carefully on each download page and you can find when the free deal ends.

Bootastik's free Kindle books have links to where you can download them, like on Amazon, iTunes, Barnes & Noble, etc., as well as a full description of the book.

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Kindle Owners' Lending Library

What We Like

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  • No expiration on borrowed eBooks.

  • Thousands of titles available.

What We Don't Like

  • Amazon Prime membership required.

  • Some eBooks only include the first few chapters for free.

The Kindle Owners' Lending Library has hundreds of thousands of free Kindle books available directly from Amazon. This is a lending process, so you'll only be able to borrow the book, not keep it.

Although this program is free, you'll need to be an Amazon Prime member to take advantage of it. If you're not a member you can sign up for a free trial of Amazon Prime or wait until they offer free subscriptions, which they do from time to time for special groups of people like moms or students.