What Should I Read Next? Alternatives

    What Should I Read Next? is described as 'Quick book recommendation site'. There are more than 10 alternatives to What Should I Read Next?, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including iPhone, Android, iPad and Quickreader. The best alternative is Goodreads, which is free. Other great sites and apps similar to What Should I Read Next? are LibraryThing (Free), Booker io (Free), Bookicious (Free) and Bookscovery (Free).

    This page was last updated Feb 25, 2021

    1. REMEMBER WHAT YOU READ Summarize helps you better comprehend and remember the books you read by organizing all your notes, takeaways and comments in one location.
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      • FreeProprietary
      • Android
      • iPhone
      BookSloth gives you the best personalized reading experience and connects you with readers everywhere for you to share your love for books.
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    2. Record your reads, create digital book stacks and explore other users' picks.
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      • Android
      • iPhone
      • iPad
      Bookly is a gorgeous app that helps you track your books, read more and improve your reading over time.
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      • Online
      At launch, pppulp compares prices from Amazon, The Book Depository, Wordery and eBay sellers. Search results are tailored to you, so whether you’re from Australia, USA, Singapore or the UK, prices will be shown in your local currency.

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    3. Bookulous is a social book recommendation website. Search from book recommendations from great leaders and influencers. Share your favorite books and find the best related books.

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      No news on their twitter account since 2015 and the website is down.

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    4. Get inspired while searching for your next book. Track and review the books that you're reading. Share a post and connect people to their next exciting read.
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      • Online
      • Quickreader
      • EPUBReader
      • Cool Reader
      • Aldiko
      • Moon+ Reader
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      • ReadMe
      E-book storage for indie readers. Keep all your e-books, digital comics, and magazines together in one place, organise your reading lists, and discover great new titles with Libreture. The ethical e-book alternative to Goodreads.
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      • Online
      • Facebook Messenger
      Shelfjoy is for book lovers, it's a place to discover and create your own hand-curated collections of amazing books spanning a wide range of topics.

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      • Online
      Booknshelf is a platform for discovering great books and entire bookshelves shared by others. Join up with your friends and see what they're reading while building your own bookshelf to share. Easily keep up your own books organized as well.
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