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Read Print

Free Online Book Repository

Published 09/24/2010 and rated Ratingstars3 3 out of 5 stars
by AppAppeal Editor
What can you use the app for?

Read Print is a free online source for classic books, novels, poems, and other material. Users can choose from a wide range of items that are all read on the website. There is no need to check out a book from a library or make a purchase. The site is geared towards students, teachers, and anyone who is looking for a few good books to enjoy in their free time. The site includes helpful features, such as Facebook and Twitter connectivity, and a list that can be sorted by author.

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What is the history and popularity of the app?

Read Print is a part of Emprivo, a web development firm that offers simple services that are intended to improve people’s lives on the internet. Read Print is intended to be a convenient resource for anyone interested in learning or expanding their reading history with classic titles. Today, the site offers the same benefits that are ideal for students and teachers who may have a tight budget to work within.

What are the differences to other apps?

There are other resources out there to discover classic stories and other material. The problem is many of those charge a fee or may have a very limited collection available. Read Print offers every item listed in its catalog at no cost to the user. Anyone can stop by and check out a classic or gather information for a school report or lesson plan.

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How does the web app look and feel to use?

The Read Print website features a very streamlined design, with sleek, friendly graphics and a very basic black and white color scheme highlighted in light grey. Despite the few color highlights, the site is far from bland. All the important information is found on the homepage as well as a list of popular titles and authors to help new visitors get started. The list is rather extensive, which makes it easy to get lost in the many items featured on Read Print’s well organized website.

How does the registration process work?

Read Print offers its material for free to anyone who is willing to browse the site and take the time to read and expand their minds. There is no need to register to access books and author listings. Users can add Read Print’s social networking profiles on Facebook and Twitter. However, to utilize the site, there is no need to create an account or provide any other personal details. Just find a title and begin reading.

What does it cost to use the application?

Aside from the luxurious collection of classic literature, Read Print has another key benefit for frequent visitors. Anyone can stop by the site and enjoy every item listed at no cost to them. There is no price to access material and no membership fees to pay. Users do not have to create an account. The only requirement is the willingness to take a few seconds to search for a specific title and put in some time reading once it is found.

Who would you recommend the application to?

The stereotypical book worm would absolutely love what Read Print has to offer. Even a casual reader can find something, with numerous genres covered through the website’s catalog of materials. Users can spend as much or as little time as they like reading every day, week or month. Since the site is available online and at no fee, it is also very convenient. Anywhere with a computer and internet access, users can find Read Print and look for another good book to explore or a resource to use for a report.

  • Author and title highlights right on the homepage
  • Simple search feature to help users find the titles they want
  • Short author bios to learn more about the people behind each masterpiece
  • Lists of popular quotes taken from the author’s works
  • Facebook and Twitter connectivity to stay updated on recent Read Print updates

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