Aldiko is not available for iPad but there are plenty of alternatives with similar functionality. The best iPad alternative is Amazon Kindle, which is free. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 50 alternatives to Aldiko and many of them are available for iPad so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting iPad alternatives to Aldiko are FBReader (Freemium), Google Play Books (Freemium), Apple Books (Free) and Scribd (Paid).
Magzter is a cross-platform, self-service, global digital magazine newsstand with over 8,000 magazines from 3,400+ publishers in more than 50 languages from over 175 countries. User can read magazines through iOS, Android, and is website.
eBook platform focused on openness that provides e-book library management and reader for users to upload & read their e-books across all devices while also allowing businesses and schools to create their own digital library to distribute content.
Gitden Reader is a free and no ads e-book reader using intuitive user interface. Supports not only EPUB 2 spec standard but also EPUB 3. Download e-books from Project Gutenberg, Feedbooks, Internet Archive, or any sites using OPDS catalog standard.
Raccoon Reader is a fast and simple reader for eBooks with large possibilities. The goal of authors is to create the best reader for Windows Phone 7, 8 and iOS. Basic information: works with all Windows Phone 7 and Windows Phone 8 devices.
An easy to use ebook reader application that ensures a pleasant reading experience. The reader interface has a fresh feel and smooth transitions that make you read book after book on it. Lektz Reader supports EPUB2, EPUB3 and PDF format ebooks.