A question from Jah today. The sales of eBooks are increasing all the time. Do you prefer using your Smartphone or a dedicated tablet/ebook reader for reading ebooks? My Galaxy Note I is my preferred eBook reader.
Kindle all the way for me. The backlight of tablets and phones, while it doesn't bother me per se, makes reading not as enjoyable as the Kindle. In fact, I've not actually read anything since sending my Kindle w keyboard to my son since I won't read on my Nexus 7. I'm awaiting my Kindle Paperwhite to start reading again - that's how much I prefer the Kindle display.
I bought my Nexus 7 specifically for that purpose.
I have a Kindle keyboard. It's best for reading. Magazines on iPad. Not had iPhone 5 long enough yet to decide if I will read with it. iPad too heavy to read a book.
Kindle definitely! No other e-reader will come as close as this one to a physical book.
I use kindle reader on my iPhone 5. The new screen is ok for book reading.
Most of my reading on my ThinkPad Tablet.If I don't want to carry the tablet with me, then I default to the Galaxy S II.
I have an ereader and a tablet. I have studied a two year course, doing all the reading on the tablet, but I had a hankering that reading on the ereader would be a better experience if I did not need annotation capability.
So I bought an ereader, and took it on holiday to read stuff which I didn't need to mark up. Perhaps oddly, I found reading on it much slower than reading on the tablet, and so I've picked up the tablet for all reading again. I don't know whether it's the volume of text on the page means I cannot scan in the same way, but it was noticeably slower reading on the ereader.
New iPad. I rarely read outside, so sun glare is not an issue.
My S3 - great screen size and it is always on me. If I was female and always carried a handback I might consider something like a kindle for a slightly bigger screen and for better readability in direct sunlight.