The app is like Runkeeper for book lovers. It’s focused on providing you extensive data on how you read books and how your reading evolves.
Some book-reading apps offer basic stats that measure your reading progress, how much time you need to finish a book, or what is your reading speed.
If you, however, want to learn more about your reading habits or to keep being motivated, you should pick up an app that’s much more advanced.
Try Leio. It’s like a Runkeeper app for book lovers. It’s focused on providing you extensive data on how you read books and how your reading evolves.
You can time your reading sessions, and they will be logged to a reading calendar so that you can see them in a longer time frame. With a Planner tool, you can set up how often you want to read each book, and the app will remind you to read if you want to stay on track.
An even more powerful tool lets you finish reading a book by a specific date. Simply, set up the deadline, and the app will tell you how long and how many pages you’ll need to read per day to finish before that date. As time flies, the app adjusts the reading plan.
Make sure to read the entire guide to the best book-reading apps for iPad and iPhone.
Benefits: A powerful way to learn about your reading habits and keep motivated, advanced stats that show how your reading evolves, deadline reading tool.
Compatibility: iPhone, iPad.
Price: Free; $7.99 to unlock stats for unlimited books; subscriptions from $0.49 per month.