By Wonjae Choi
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Welcome to iReadItNow HD. Much loved reading log app comes to iPad with even more powerful features.
iReadItNow is not just an book-archive app. iReadItNow focuses on recording your reading life in rich context. When you read it, how you read it, every proses that touched your heart, and so on, you can keep all these records in a simple and organized way. Don't forget anything about what you read. This is your own history.
With iReadItNow HD, you can :
- Archive books you read, not read, or want to read
- Add new books with easy to use barcode scanner
- Create your own custom book collections
- Check in/out the date when you read a book
- Attach excerpts, notes, review, even snapshots on each book
- Enjoy beautiful graphs and timeline that shows your reading life
- Discover new books from various sources
- Automatically share with friends what you read over Twitter, Facebook
- Synchronize data over multiple devices (*)
- Manage separate accounts for your family, friends in a single app
(*) requires Premium Membership, which is free for a year and $2.99/year after
You need to sign up at least Free Membership to use this app. Membership is a mandatory because iReadItNow app automatically sync your data to iReadItNow server to backup your data safely. If you think privacy means keeping all data in your local device only, this is not the app for you.
What's New in Version 1.3.3
- Fixed bug that texts are not displayed when editing note/underline in portrait mode
- Minor bug fixes
Goodreads automatic transfer
Although this seems like it would be great at keeping track of and organizing books, I'd really appreciate it more if the app had a way of automatically copying info from other popular book apps such as Goodreads into its own system automatically; I bought this thinking it would be really great and helpful, but I haven't even used it once since I bought it 3 weeks ago or so because the task of transferring my information from Goodreads is just so daunting and the sheer idea of it stresses me out.