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Discover thousands of new novels by indie authors and read them for free on Inkitt. Join us on our mission to support aspiring authors taking their first steps towards publication!<br><br>From Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Thriller, Mystery, Action and Adventure to Drama, Romance, Erotica, and YA, there are hand-picked novels from all genres on Inkitt!<br>*** Most Downloaded Free Reading App in 5 countries. ***<br><br>• Discover and read upcoming novels by indie authors for free (all novels in English)<br>• Download novels and read them offline<br>• Personalized reading recommendations based on your favorite fiction genres<br>• Customizable background colors and fonts to meet your preferences<br>• When reading a story, tap & hold to autoscroll<br><br>Over 700,000 readers are reading indie novels on Inkitt.<br><br>“The reading experience is much cleaner than on other platforms. I can really focus on the story, without distractions. I love it!” - Cynthia, Inkitt reader<br><br>“Inkitt is by far the best place I have posted work and I have already told some friends about it. I will be submitting more” - Patrick, Inkitt author<br><br>“I’ve discovered may great books on Inkitt! It’s for me the best app for reading books on iPad” - James, avid science fiction reader<br><br>--<br><br>About Inkitt<br><br>Inkitt is the perfect free app for reading books on iPhone and iPad, especially for avid readers who love discovering upcoming novels from new and talented authors on the go. All stories published on the Inkitt app are our readers’ top-picks. Books are our passion and we want to share it with you. Join us on our mission to support rising talent!<br><br>More about Inkitt: www.inkitt.com.<br><br>Interested in knowing more about upcoming titles, learning writing tips, and reading author interviews? Visit our blog on www.inkitt.com/blog.
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This app is not very accessible for visually impaired users who require using Apple’s VoiceOver function. Please make the necessary changes to allow us access to all the apps functions and tools. I love reading and very much enjoy this app but it needs to be a lot more visually impaired friendly. Please take my request into consideration because I'm positive I cannot be the only user with these issues and concerns. And in an attempt to brive you in to making the necessary adjustments for us, I provide the assurance that you will gain many if not hundreds more users with this issue being fixed and this app being at the visually impaired community's reach. I know I've recommended it to many of my acquaintances and friends and would be more than glad to keep spreading the word to other fellow reading enthusiasts. Thank you for taking the time to read this very long complaint/request. Hope to see changes soon and thank you for caring and creating a great platform for readers and writers alike.
Inkitt is really great for authors and writers. They respond well to any concerns readers and writers have and they actually do what needs to be done instead of waiting around like Wattpad. Inkitt is safer for writers as well since they combat any sort of plagiarism unlike Wattpad. The writing lay out isn’t complicated. Inkitt has clear guidelines for everyone to follow and they email you letting you know if you aren’t following some. The only thing I complain about (and why it hasn’t got the 5 stars) is because the IOS app still has a long way to go with giving notifications for anything you write or read. It’s also hard to see the full reviews of your work. So if you want all that you’ll need to go to the web page because you can see and do everything easily there. Other than that it’s a great app and you should definitely try out
This app is very nice and I personally like it as a reading app, but I generally don’t like it when it have to login in your account. It’s a basic thing and I know that because I’m not dumb, but connect the devices that aren’t a computer with any device. I started my account on a ipad and I wanted to write a book. Though I soon to realize you have to write it on a computer. I was okay with that because I have a computer and some apps prefer that, but I forgot my password (since it was a long time) and I tried multiple times to login. I finally clicked “forgot password?” And they did email me the link, but almost all of it say it couldn’t find my account. Then, I received a working link and I wrote in my new password and when I came back to my computer—typing the same password I wrote on the received email— they told me I did something wrong. I don’t know why it won’t let me in which I want the developing team to fix because when I try to do it, they would either give me a new account (which I didn’t wanted) or I did something wrong with the signing in part.
I have a problem with how the current reads section is set up. I have a hard time figuring out which one has been updated. (I know it says which one in the tab that is notifications but it’d be helpful here as well.) It shows which book that you’re currently reading vertically and shows (too many) recommendations underneath, but it doesn’t show that there has been a portion updated on any of them. If you were to show just the current reads and the update status on each of the books horizontally with more detail it would be easier to go back to another book that you were reading in the past and read the updated parts. Kinda like how Wattpad has theirs set up but in your own way per se? On another note! I also have noticed that when I am reading on my phone and want to continue reading a book on my computer it looses where I was at. Either completely starting from the beginning of the book or from the beginning of the page that I am on.
I learned about Inkitt through an author I follow on WattPad. While I enjoy not having limitations on Inkitt and being able to find and read stories for mature audiences, whereas WattPad inhibits this, there are some issues. First off, I’m not getting notifications. I’ve checked everything within my devices settings; It’s the app. Then when you go into Inkitt and check notifications when someone posts a new chapter of a story, it says it’s unavailable, takes you to the beginning of the previous chapter, and you have to scroll down and click “next chapter” to read that new chapter. While it’s not a huge deal, it’s inconvenient. Also, discussions and comments on stories are hard to decipher. It’d be nice if what the person is commenting on was automatically quoted. All that said, I’d like to see some fixes, but it’s a good tool for readers and writers alike and I believe, due to issues I’ve seen develop on WattPad, that Inkitt is possibly more secure.
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Inkitt: Books, Novels, Stories is ranking in Books & Entertainment
Last update was at Jan 22, 2020and the current version is 2.11.1.
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Inkitt: Books, Novels, Stories have a 2 445a user reviews.
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