After Being an iOS Exclusive, Readmill Launches on Android

October 3, 2013 - Written By Alexander Maxham

Readmill is a new eReader app that’s been on iOS for quite a while now and has been very popular. On Thursday, it made it’s way over to Android and is now in the Play Store for download. Readmill is a very beautiful looking ebook reader that allows you to read and share books. You can try it and discover how awesome reading books on your phone can be. Readmill has a ton of features, it makes the Galaxy Note 3 look small in terms of features…okay not quite.

Some of the features included in Readmill text on the screen is enough, that means nothing but text, thus giving you more room to read. You can also review books and share your thoughts with the rest of the Readmill community. Readmill stores all your eBooks and keeps everything in sync across your devices. Import any DRM-free ePub file already on your device to get started. Also the ability to upload books from your computer to and they will then sync to all your devices. Those are just some of the features of Readmill.


Readmill also has a community full of authors and readers, so you can engage with others using Readmill. It’s also a great way to find new exciting books. With Readmill you can also get recommendations when you finish a book, so you’ll never run out of interesting things to read. Readmill is definitely a great eReader app, especially if you don’t want to buy a separate eReader like a Kindle.

Readmill is available for free on the Play Store now and weighs in at about 10MB in size. It’s also compatible with Android 4.0 – Ice Cream Sandwich and above. How many of you out there are constantly reading books? You’re definitely going to want to check this one out. As for me, I don’t really read books, I mostly just read sites like this one.