Most of our mobile devices are integrated into our life according to our different styles. They have become a jack of all trades with the integration of a camera, portable media player, applications and differentiating features among the different mobile operating systems out there.
Personally, ever since the time that I got my first smartphone (a Nokia 5230), I have always enjoyed reading magazines and books on my devices. I currently use an Android device, two reader apps (Adobe Reader and Amazon Kindle) are right there on my list of the five most frequently used apps.
I love the fact that I am able to carry countless amounts of books without the hassle of remembering where I read last. I also love that I do not have to physically carry all those book and magazine titles around with me. Once I am with my device, my reading list is right there.
Because of these advantages, I am always reading something.
Do you read on your mobile device? How is the experience compared to reading a paperback? What do you like/hate about it?
Emmanuel is a video blogger who shares his love of technology with the world. Check out his videos at Geekception.