Apple Book Recommendations


If you’re new to the Apple world, you may want to pick up one of the many books available on the subject. Whether you’re an Apple fanatic or an Audible addict, you’re sure to find something to suit your needs in a book. Here are my top three recommendations for Apple books. You can read more about each of them below! And don’t forget to check out the other books I’ve reviewed for Apple Books!

Apple Books

If you’re looking for a new way to read books on your iPhone or iPad, Apple Books is the way to go. The app works with a wide variety of files, including PDFs, digital books, and audiobooks. The iOS app has four new tabs: Reading Now, Library, Book Store, and Search. Each tab has a variety of options, such as adding handwritten notes or signing PDFs. The iOS version of Apple Books includes many features you’ll find helpful.

The Apple Books library is extensive, with popular titles and new authors. There’s also an extensive public domain selection from Project Gutenberg. If you’re looking for a book you’ve never heard of, you can set a sleep timer. This feature is great for easing you into a restful sleep while reading. There’s also a 5-minute preview feature so you can listen to a short sample before purchasing the book.

The Apple Books app is very easy to use. It offers an incredibly smooth experience, and it allows you to browse and buy books with a single swipe. It also allows you to download public domain works, so you can enjoy them wherever you go. The app also allows you to search and browse across your entire library. Aside from books, you can also download audiobooks and ebooks. In addition to the standard book library, Apple Books has a section for special offers.


While the Apple Book app offers a range of content, Audible is primarily an audiobook subscription service. The service offers a variety of genres and is priced reasonably, with a 30-day free trial and free downloads of audiobooks and podcasts. There are also free Audible Originals, and a relaunch of iBooks in 2018 will bring the standalone app to the Mac and iOS platforms.

The library is extensive, and includes not only popular titles but also works by new authors. Apple also features free works from Project Gutenberg and the public domain. Depending on the genre you are looking for, you can even subscribe to both Audible and Apple Books. Another great feature of Apple’s audiobook service is a sleep timer that stops the book automatically if you are falling asleep. You can listen to a 5-minute sample before you decide to purchase.

You can also give your loved ones a gift of audiobooks, which can be sent via e-mail, text message, or WhatsApp. Audible will pay the author and actor of the first audiobook. It also helps people with poor vision or who find it difficult to read books on their phones. If you are walking and reading at the same time, you can even send your friend’s audiobook to them via e-mail or text. You can also share audiobooks with non-members.


The Apple book and Kindle have a lot in common. Both devices can store thousands of books. They both have a built-in web browser and are great for browsing the web. Apple’s iBook store has an app to share books purchased on your Kindle device with family and friends. The Kindle is also connected to the Goodreads community and has a built-in dictionary for word lookups. The device also has Wikipedia integration and a Goodreads social cataloging site. There are also blog posts and surveys, as well as Wikipedia and Google translations.

Once you’ve signed into your iBooks account on your Mac, you’ll see your Kindle device in the Finder. Open the folder in your iBooks library. You’ll be prompted to sign into your Kindle device to download the book. Alternatively, you can also download the book directly from your desktop to your Kindle device. In either case, your Kindle will store the book in the cloud.

There are many benefits to using both the Kindle and Apple book apps. While both offer millions of books, both apps have their advantages and disadvantages. For example, the Apple book app allows you to set goals for reading and the Kindle app lets you keep track of your progress. Besides the books, both apps offer some of the same features, including reading lists and highlighting passages. But the Kindle app is more convenient for working with PDF files.