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BookSloth appears to be an up and coming alternative to Goodreads and I’m excited to see how it grows from here. I’m enjoying it so far, the UI is intuitive and visually appealing. I like how straight-forward a process it is to add a title to your library. However, the app still needs a few tweaks. The search function leaves much to be desired. When I search a title, it rarely appears as the first result. Usually something completely unrelated appears before it. And just a suggestion, there should be more reading elements to pick from when reviewing books (i.e. humor). I can’t wait until you have the GR import up and running. It’ll make it things a lot easier.
For a Beta version, having 2,000+ books already in their Data-Base (each one with details) is already a good thing. Also the fact that you can connect with people reading the same books as you, makes it really fun to use. Not to mention the social media feeling because of it. I think they’re off to a good start and I’m excited to see what they come up in future updates.
A few things- It has a very small selection of books and doesn’t even include literary classics such as Tess of the d'Urbervilles or Agnes Grey. As a fan of classic literature, I expect even the basics like I stated, to be available. I got this app in hopes it would recommend me books similar to my taste, which brings me to my next point. If the app doesn’t even have simple literary classics, how can I expect my recommendations to actually fit? I was immediately given new YA novels and bestselling books of this year, when I only had “historical fiction, classic and literature” as selected genres. I feel if the app had a bigger selection (of even the most popular titles...) this could be great! But for now, I’m going to stick with bookbub.
The ability to import from Goodreads is not working but I heard that it’s because a lot of people joined very quickly and they are working on it, so hopefully that gets fixed soon. The app crashes every time you try to do you even the simplest thing. It won’t let me look at who certain people are following or who I’m following without it crashing and if I stay in the discussion column for too long, it will also crash. I can tell it needs a lot of bug fixes but the layout is super cool and I hope that the app will improve as more and more people join and use it!
I will absolutely revisit this review. My current rating of 3 stars is simply because this app is still growing and, personally, I’m excited about it. I’ve been pretty bummed about the recommendations I’ve been getting through Goodreads. They’ve been really repetitive. Last night I moved what I had, and what was available, to BookSloth and I’m already getting great recommendations. The books available are quite limited right now, but I’m well aware it will take this app time to get there. The layout is wonderful and I can’t wait to see how it comes along. In the meantime, I’ll read something 😁
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Last update was at Apr 01, 2021and the current version is 2.24.
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