Apple has been doing significant improvements in its apps from the last one year. Here, comes the latest news, where Apple has finally integrated an updated version of Apple Books. Apple’s new and advanced iBooks app also known as Apple Books has snapped up on iPhone all across the globe today along with the release of iOS 12. All the Eligible users can update their iPhone from today.
The latest books app consists of 5 tabs, which includes Reading Now, Library, Book Store, Search and for the first time, Apple has introduced the Audiobooks tab.
In June 2018 at Apple WWDC, the tech giant has already previewed the app. The firm also mentioned that the new look was “biggest book redesign ever.” Simplistic UI including large images provides a better look and overall magnificent performance. Moreover, its gears up Apple to give competition to the popular audio/eBooks app such as Amazon’s Audible.
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In the new app, users can easily search the latest released titles and best-selling books including curated collections and special offers. The app is presently available for 51 countries and free books for download are available in 155 countries. You can add all of your favorite books in the Read list.
Using the latest version, you can quickly search for books in store as well as the personal library at the same time. Also, the app consists of Auto-Night mode feature. The app automatically switches to the dark-mode feature at night.
Apple Books is highly clever than its previous version. When you will download titles and get engrossed with the app, the app will send you personalized recommendations depending on your searches.
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Moreover, this was a must required update. Audiobooks are widely popular all over the globe as compared to Apple first released iBooks in 2010. Hence, Audiobooks also worthy to have their own tab. As per the details shared by Pew Research Center, one of the five Americans listen to audiobooks. Hence, there is a significant increase of 28% people listening to books as compared with 2016.