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Best eBook Apps of 2010: A Literary Mixtape

What’s the best eBook application or eReading application you’ve used this year? Share it in the comments and we’ll add it to our directory of the Best eBook Apps of 2010.

We will share the most popular apps list and our Best eBooks of 2010 list at the eBook Summit on December 15th, so add yours today.

Make sure to specify what kind of app you used (iPad app, Android app, iPhone app, etc.). Using your suggestions, we will create a giant eBook app collection (or mixtape, if you will) linking directly to the eBook apps for sampling or buying during the holiday season.

Best eBook Apps of 2010: A List Suggested by eBookNewser Readers

Aldiko by Aldiko (Android)

Audiobooks by Cross Forward Consulting (Apple)

Bible by LifeChurch.tv (Apple)

Constitution by Clint Bagwell Consulting (Apple)

The Elements by Element Collection, Inc (Apple)

eReader by Fictionwise (Apple)

FBReader by FBReader (Android)

Google eBooks by Google (Apple)

Google eBooks by Google (Android)

iBooks by Apple Inc. (Apple)

iReader by iReader (Android)

Kindle by Amazon (Apple)

Kindle by Amazon (Android)

Kobo eReader by Kobo (Apple)

Kobo eReader by Kobo (Android)

Mad Libs by Penguin Group USA (Apple)

Nook by Barnes & Noble (Apple)

Nook by Barnes & Noble (Android)

100,000 Free Books by Wattpad (Apple)

PopOut! The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Loud Crow Interactive Inc. (Apple)

Shakespeare by Readdle (Apple)

Stanza by Lexcycle (Apple)

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