Sun, 02 Apr 2017 22:11:24 +0000Tech Talk 4-2-17Tech Talk 4-2-17http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12503/6855615?cpt=8&wpid=2637WTWOher. ((sadie))any time of the year is the right time for e-books. ((dan))and there are a lot of apps for thatand the right app will save you money.<<((dan reynolds reporting: 'megareader' offers access to more than two-million free e-books, either in the public domain or made free by publishers.the app comes with 25 books, including charles dickens' "a tale of two cities" and jane austen's "pride and prejudice." tap the download books button and get instant access to several online sources for free books. the app is 1-99 for ios.the 'overdrive' app is for those looking for more current titles, but not necessarily wanting to pay for them. it links to your library card. from there, checkout e-books and audiobooks just like you would in a traditional library setting. there's no need to worry about getting books back on time, either. since more than 30-thousand libraries provide access to books through overdrive, there's a good chance it will work for you. the app is free for ios and android.most will recognize the kindle name for the popular tablet device. the kindle app can be used with apple and android devices, too. it provides access to plenty of free content spanning nearly all categories from romance to fiction. non-fiction, historical and more. of course, kindle offers the ability to purchase books, too. the app is free for ios and android.>>((anchor))i've linked you. go to my wabash valley dot com.....click on sections...then lifestyleand technology matterslook for e-book apps.