Wednesday, October 31, 2007

BooksInMyPhone: Free ebooks on the go

Everyone has a mobile, cell, whatever it wants to call itself phone, though not everyone reads enough to be rightfully considered enlightened and that's where BooksInMyPhone, a fantastic site discovered by gHacks, brilliantly attempts to help mankind. All you'll need is a phone and a way to transfer data to it (think standard USB cable) and you'll be able to enjoy hundreds of classics on the go. Uhm, in ebook format and on your phone's probably tiny screen, that is, but for absolutely free.

Now, if I may, let me suggest some available and frankly timeless titles to start you off... Les Miserables by Hugo, Metamorphosis by Kafka, The Communist Manifesto by Marx & Engels, Gulliver's Travels by Swift and Dracula by Stoker. Enjoy, I know I will.

Related posts: Castlevania: Order of Shadows, Orcs & Elves review, God of War: a phone gaming meta-review, Nokia's ScummVM


  1. Impressive!

    I won't try it because I prefer the real thing, but for busy people it's a good and practical way to always having something to read.

  2. Also, it's great when you're somewhere -say camping by the sea- where there's no electricity and you want to read before sleeping. I've actually read Dracula, Narnia and Interview with a vampire on my Pocket PC.