Do you love books? Worldreader gives you access to an enormous digital library with thousands of free ebooks carefully curated from around the world.
Discover amazing books and stories including:
• Books and stories from top authors around the globe
• Caine Prize winning short stories
• Free books from Mills and Boon
• Great children’s books to help kids learn to read
• Career development tips for job seekers, professionals and entrepreneurs
• Practical health information on safe sex, HIV, Ebola, maternal health and more
• Books in English, Swahili, Spanish, Hindi and more
• Love stories from Africa and beyond
• The Bible, prayer books, sermons and devotionals
• And much more!
Worldreader adds new and exciting titles each week, so please check in often to discover new books.
On Worldreader you can:
• Discover a wide variety of books and stories across over 70 genres
• Read comfortably, wherever you are (even on slow connections!)
• Read books in multiple languages
• Create your own library filled with your favourite books and stories
• Connect with other readers around the world
• Share what you are reading on Facebook, Twitter and biNu
Love books? Download Worldreader now!
Check out what the press have said about Worldreader Mobile:
The Guardian: “It is not hyperbole to suggest that if every person on the planet understood that his or her mobile phone could be transformed – easily and cheaply – into a library brimming with books, access to text would cease to be such a daunting hurdle to literacy.”
TechCrunch: “Books like Pride and Prejudice and A Tale Of Two Cities are at the fingertips of thousands of kids who would have never had the opportunity to read them before, and Worldreader wants that to grow quickly. Along with books, the organization has put educational information about HIV/AIDS and malaria, instantly turning the device into a life-saver as well as a learning tool.”
The Hindu: “Worldreader is making digital books for early readers available on smartphones in Indian languages such as Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Marathi, Punjabi and Kannada.”
BBC: “Since 2010, the non-profit organization Worldreader has provided school children in a number of developing countries with access to digital books through donated Kindle e-readers. Recently, it has begun to publish the books via a mobile phone-based e-reader.”
Techloy: “Worldreader Mobile is a book reading application that allows millions of people in the developing world to have access to books they need and want to read on a device they already own: their mobile phone.”
NBC News: “It's convenient, after all, since phones are often right there, and it's extremely cheap: a 500-page book can be delivered for pennies' worth of data.”
allAfrica: “In August and September, over 50,000 people used Worldreader Mobile to read information about Ebola provided by the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organisation."