Reading Books on Your Mobile Phone

demoimage3I just found a website called tx2ph that if you enjoy reading as much as I do, you’ll love. The cite works with pretty much any phone that can access the Internet, but it works best with smart phones with faster connectivity and larger display screens.

The site is a source to download electronic books (e-books) in order to read them on your cell phone. Now your first reaction might be that a cell phone is too small to read an entire novel on but when you think about it, especially if you have a phone with a large display like an iPhone or a Blackberry, reading a book on your phone is actually quite easy. Your phone has its own backlight, so you can easily read in bed, and tx2ph allows you to adjust the font settings of the novels to make the text as easy to read as possible. You can also choose to rotate the text 90 degrees so that that it displays the text long-ways (meaning you have to turn your phone sideways to read it.) The site has hundreds of books to download, ranging from classics to contemporary favorites, and the best part about the site is that it’s free to join!cell-phone-flash-cards

Once you’ve signed up with the site, you don’t have to download or install any software. You simply download the pages that you are reading. The site allows you to choose how many pages you’d like to download at a time, so you use hardly any memory storing pages. Another cool function of the site is that they also have downloadable e-flashcards for learning other languages. You can choose to be shown words in your native language or you can choose to have the words shown in the language you are trying to learn, and the program will filter out the words as you learn them so you are not repeating unnecessary cards.

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