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Where books make friends.
The only thing that matches the joy of reading a great book is sharing that joy with friends. That’s why we created Litsy.
Litsy is the place to share and discover your favorite books with your favorite people. As readers, our favorite books are recommended by people we respect, not algorithms.
The Litsy community is a groundswell of passionate readers, authors and influencers creating short posts about their "reading moments." These posts are made of blurbs, photos, quotes and reviews, and each post is linked to one book.
Since enjoying a book has no end, Litsy is 100% mobile and allows you to capture whatever bookish thoughts you have, whenever you have them. Litsy also makes it easy to “go down the rabbit hole," browsing your feed while on the go. When you find your next book, it’s easy to add it to your stack for future reading.
Talking about books is a feel-good activity. It shares a piece of yourself, and it helps others. To recognize this, we thought it would be fun to invent the world’s first “Litfluence” scoring system. Litfluence is our way of showing that what you say about the books you read matters.
It’s fun. It’s simple. It’s rewarding. It’s spoiler-free and free to use. And it’s all about the book.
Sign up and get a little Litsy.
We recommend iOS 9 or newer for the best experience.
What's New in Version 1.7.3
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of push notifications, it was the epoch of new sticker packs, it was the season of being able to edit a comment, it was the spring of accessibility options for voiceover and text sizing, it was the winter of a cool feature to swipe left on posts to get book details, we had everything before us with this new iOS release, including an ability to discover and follow users from hashtag and book profile pages - in short, the period was, in the superlative degree, bookishly awesome.
I first noticed this app in the App Store when I was looking for related apps similar to Goodreads. After installing this app I was immediately hooked. I love how it can keep track of books you want to read, books you have read and you're able to choose a quote(s) from the books you're reading orleave a review on the book ( giving it a thumbs up or thumbs down rating and writing your thoughts on the book what you liked and what could have been improved on). I enjoy the social media aspect of it where you can comment on people's posts and like them as well as adding their want to read books to your own list definitely a MUST for Bookworms/ avid readers solid five stars!!!!
This is a great app, but needs ONE final touch. This would be having an "explore" button at the bottom of the screen that you can press on and check out posts about certain kinds of books. I realize that the app has a "search" function, but not everyone knows exactly what to search. You can't know exactly what you want to find without exploring first.
Please make it so events like this Harry Potter thing can be consolidated in one place. I love HP, but I'm tired of seeing 300 posts about the same chapter of Harry Potter.