Getting Motorola Droid ebook reader apps
It's a pity that Motorola did not decide to bundle in a Droid ebook reader app which could serve as an standard ereader, nothing to fret over though because there are some good Motorola Droid apps out there. You can get all the apps listed below from the Android Market or download them over the air direct from their websites.
One of the most popular ebook apps on the Android platform is Aldiko. A beautiful interface and set of useful features make Aldiko a wonderful experience on the Motorola Droid. The stylish wooden bookshelf, ability to browse your library by author, subject, title etc., and the fully customizable reading interface make it a solid ebook app. Check out our full Aldiko review for more.
An open source alternative to Aldiko, FB Reader is an ebook app that’s popular for its simplicity and functionality. A clean interface that allows customizability of the reading interface, a simple library for organizing your ebook collection and support for several ebook formats all make FB Reader a valid second choice to Aldiko.
eReader.com is one of the well known and long time markets for ebooks on the Internet. They have been supplying ebooks since handhelds first appeared. eReader now has an Android app out that will allow you to purchase ebooks as well as read your existing eReader books on your Motorola Droid.
There are several more Motorola Droid ebook reader apps like ones from wordplayer, Kobobooks, iSilo etc., but you now know the apps that you need for reading ebooks.