1. Instamixes's Avatar
    Real book is more beneficial than eBook.
    04-22-2020 02:25 AM
  2. iwoodland's Avatar
    Ebook. Less room needed!!
    04-22-2020 02:30 AM
  3. scruffypig's Avatar
    I like eBooks. I like to use “Spoken Content” with Apple’s Accessibility settings to read out loud the book to me. It is kind of hoakie, though I like the technology a lot.
    04-23-2020 07:09 AM
  4. Annie_M's Avatar
    Overall, I prefer e-books and use Amazon's Kindle app on my iPad and iPhone, as well as iBooks. However, there are times when I prefer to have a physical copy of the actual book, particularly when I fall in love with a book.
    04-23-2020 08:48 AM
  5. Wotchered's Avatar
    I have just picked up a hardback Rex Stout that I would like to read again, There is no way I will be able to read this all the way through as I used to,without putting it down and resting my eyes for an hour or so.
    04-23-2020 10:44 AM
  6. Hendri Hendri's Avatar
    For me, the choice is real book for sure ...

    But since real books can eat up my “physical storage” and expensive, well, eBook it is then
    05-01-2020 09:17 PM
  7. Lee_Bo's Avatar
    Been using iBooks for a few years.
    05-02-2020 07:53 AM
  8. Mars20's Avatar
    I like to read eBooks, but I am not parting with my collection of illustrated reference hardbacks!
    03-18-2021 12:19 PM
  9. Annie_M's Avatar
    I prefer real books. For me, it's more pleasant to read paper books, to feel the paper. Somethimes it's not very comfortable to take a book with you everywhere, and in those cases, I have a book with short stories in an app on my phone
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    03-02-2022 06:07 AM
  10. Up_And_Away's Avatar
    Yes, I hear from friends/people - they like the paper book experience.
    I’m an avid reader but only since I bought my first iPad mini. Maybe I have ADD :-) but I don’t know how they remember characters, subplots etc. An ebook can have X-ray or I’ll highlight a few parts as a quickly brought up refresher when I pick the book back up next day or two. I like period pieces that are fictional up front but contain historically accurate background. Words that have long since stop being used and vague historical events, I’m able to bring up the meaning or event summary instantly. For me I can’t imagine how the paper versions could work.
    03-03-2022 02:38 AM
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