TBR: Book List Tracker Alternatives
See what your friends are reading. Keep track of what you've read and organize your books into virtual bookshelves. Join a book club to discuss your favorite books. A better way to find good books to read!
- - Goodreads is the most popular Web-based, Android, iPhone & iPad alternative to TBR: Book List Tracker.
- - Goodreads is the most popular free alternative to TBR: Book List Tracker.
Editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.
- - Open Library is the most popular Open Source alternative to TBR: Book List Tracker.
Open Library Features
Ratings, reviews, discussions, recommendations, lists for all media genres: music, movies, tv shows, books, video games, and podcasts. Like IMDb or Goodreads, but with more media types. Join ratehouse to consolidate your entertainment and art interests.
The StoryGraph helps you track your reading and choose your next book based on your mood and your favorite topics and themes.
LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for people who love to read. It allows users to easily create their own catalogs of books that they have read, own, or would like to read.
BookWyrm is a social network for tracking your reading, talking about books, writing reviews, and discovering what to read next. Federation allows BookWyrm users to join small, trusted communities that can connect with one another, and with other ActivityPub services like...
- - BookWyrm is the most popular Self-Hosted alternative to TBR: Book List Tracker.
We believe that the information we use to make decisions -- about what book to read, what place to stay at or what product to buy -- will be of higher quality if we organize it transparently, through an open community.
Inventaire is a book sharing webapp, inviting everyone to make the inventory of their books, define what they want to do with it (giving, sharing, selling), as well as who should be able to see it (shared publicly, or only visible to your friends and groups).
WorldCat is the world's largest network of library content and services. WorldCat libraries are dedicated to providing access to their resources on the Web, where most people start their search for information.
Anime and manga database, recommendations, reviews and more! Keep track of what you've seen in your own anime and manga list, write blogs, and make new friends.
Community-driven catalog of learning resources. Links to resources are organized by topics (broad to specific) and rated/reviewed by users so you see which ones are the best. It's free and open for everyone.