This app is a PDF reader that allows you to read many types of documents and do much more -- you can read, edit, sign, and annotate PDFs and easily transfer and maintain files! It’s great for keeping things organized and for reading scholarly articles. Available for iPhones and iPads, $4.99.
Want to read a book on one of your electronic devices? Try iBooks, which allows you to download and read best-sellers and classics and to highlight, search, and scroll through the titles. Available for iPhones, iPads, and Macs, free.
Did you know that you can access and read Kindle books even if you don’t own a Kindle? Using the Kindle app, you can buy Kindle books and read them on nearly any device, including computers, tablets, and smart phones. You can also read free books, including many classics, and sample books before you decide to buy them. Free.
Ever found an article online and wanted to save it to read later, or wanted to have a way to save articles in one place? The Pocket app allows you to save articles, videos, recipes, and webpages, and they can be available for you on your other devices, even if you’re offline! Available for iPhones, iPads, Android, and laptops, free (premium costs extra).
There’s lots of reading to do when you’re in college - the ReadQuick app helps you increase your reading speed so that you can get reading done more quickly. ReadQuick flashes your articles on word at a time at the pace you choose. Over time, you’ll learn to read more quickly! It’s also compatible with Pocket and other reading list apps. Available for iPhones and iPads, $9.99 (for Android, check out Speed Reader).