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lol um.. iBooks is probably the best source. I just searched a particular category and looked at the top charts - which will give you a fair idea of some good books to read :)
4 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 16/04/2011
Start with children's books. They'll probably be easy for you then you can move on to higher levels. http://koreandb.nate.com/
3 Answers · Arts & Humanities · 10/07/2011
No. Nook books do not work with the iBook app. What you can do is make a folder and move both ebook apps into it.
2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 29/05/2011
iBooks has hardly any free e-books. Download another e-reader app such as Stanza, Kindle.... Those have lots more free titles but anything besides public domain titles are for a limited time only so grab them while you can. With the Bluefire app, you can borrow e...
2 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 08/01/2011
... list of purchases for you. Nothing is...sync. "Having" the iBooks app doesn't make your... to your iPhone . <0-0>
3 Answers · Computers & Internet · 19/01/2014
...include: Multitasking with apps Bing as a new search option iBooks for the iPhone , which also supports reading PDF files iAds...
7 Answers · Consumer Electronics · 06/01/2011