1. iBooks

iBooks is an e-book application by Apple Inc. for its iOS and OS X operating systems and devices. [Google]

  1. Wattpad

Wattpad is a writing community in which users are able to post articles, stories, fan fiction, and poems, either online or through the mobile app. Wattpad is the world’s unlimited library of FREE books and stories. Can be downloaded in both iOS and Android. [Google]

  1. Audible

Audible Inc. is a seller and producer of spoken audio entertainment, information, and educational programming on the Internet. Audible sells digital audiobooks, radio and TV programs, and audio versions of magazines and newspapers. [Wikipedia]

  1. Kindle

The Kindle app is available for most major smartphones, tablets and computers. The Kindle app puts over a million books at your fingertips. It’s the app for every reader, whether you’re a book reader, magazine reader, or newspaper reader. [Google]

  1. Instagram

Instagram is a simple way to capture and share the world’s moments. Download Instagram and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

Wondering why Instagram’s top 5 in this list? Well, if you don’t know… most of the booklovers have a BOOKSTAGRAM. Bookstagram is an account where you post bookish stuffs like a picture of your bookshelf or just random booktags. The giveaways mostly happen here.

  1. WordPress

WordPress is a free and open-source content management system (CMS) based on PHP and MySQL.

For aspiring book bloggers, I suggest this is the best website for you to start your blog. OR you can definitely check BLOGGER by google. Depends on what you prefer to use.

  1. Goodreads

Lets users track and rate books and network with other readers.

This is where you can find tons of booklists that are particularly best sellers! You can post a review and rate the book so you can help other people know which book should they buy next.

  1. Google Drive

Get access to files anywhere through secure cloud storage and file backup for your photos, videos, files and more with Google Drive.

As for me, I do buy ebooks and collect them. As a bookworm, I always do ebook shopping. I can’t store them all in my iPhone so I decided to just put it in my GOOGLE DRIVE. It’s like a USB but stored ONLINE.

  1. Gmail

Google-owned, web-based email service provides details of storage, options and links to related services. Gmail is available across all your devices Android, iOS, and desktop devices. Sort, collaborate or call a friend without leaving your inbox.

Gmail for bookworms serve as communication, ofcourse. Most authors exchange books for reviews on Amazon and Goodreads. And one way to trade is via Gmail.

  1. Youtube

YouTube is a video-sharing website headquartered in San Bruno, California, United States. The service was created by three former PayPal employees in February 2005. In November 2006, it was bought by Google for US$1.65 billion.

If you’re an aspiring booktuber, never hesitate to upload videos on youtube. You can search some awesome booktubers there (so you that you can be updated at all times). I recommend.. Sasha Alsberg, Benjamin Oftomes, Epic Reads (ILY MARGOT) and Katytastic.



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