Apple Books, formerly iBooks, is Apple’s all-in-one bookstore and reading app for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. You can use it to browse the variety of books and audiobooks available in the bookstore, buy them, and then read or listen to them. You can add as many collections as you want and Apple Books will automatically group your library into several of them.
In addition to books and audiobooks, you can also store PDFs in the app, and anything you put in there will be synced to all your Apple devices through iCloud. You can also change the font size, color and style, as well as the “paper” color of the book, to make reading and listening more bearable for you. You can use Apple Books on your iPhone or iPad by following the instructions here.
When you use Apple Books, your iPhone and iPad turn into perfect eReaders. The app’s unified search tool makes it easier to find books in the bookstore, download them, and search for books you already have on your smartphone.
Even if reading is often a solitary activity, it is sometimes enough to share a writing that we find particularly well done. Fortunately, Apple Books makes it easy to give a book to a friend or share book excerpts and links with other family members.
Even better, if you’ve enabled Family Sharing, members of your family group can share purchases, letting them read the page-turner you couldn’t put down without paying more. Apart from being a wonderful tool for reading books, Apple Books is also a great app for listening to audiobooks. Therefore, Apple Books has you covered if audiobooks are your thing; no other application is needed.