eBook Search 3.0 Offers Readers Access to Millions of Free eBooks

Posted in Apple News, Apps, iOS on 06/01/2017 by Chris Hauk


If you’re an avid eBook reader, you might want to take a look at eBook Search 3.0, Inkstone Software’s recently updated free eBook search app for iOS devices. (It’s also available for Android if that’s how you roll.)

eBook Search 3.0 Offers Readers Access to Millions of Free eBooks

eBook Search offers readers the ability to search for and read over 8 million free eBooks from sources such as iBooks, Kindle, Nook, Google Play Books, Kobo, and many other eBook collections. The app also connects to free book catalogs maintained by Feedbooks, Baen Books, Project Gutenberg, Smashwords, ePub Bud, ManyBooks, and the Internet Archive. Its sleek modern interface is designed to work in any device’s native resolution, making it perfect for users of any mobile device.

Once you find the book you’re looking for, you can download it to your device with just a few quick taps. You can also send yourself a link to your email inbox if you’d like to remind yourself to download the eBook at a later date. You can also share your discoveries with other readers via the app’s sharing feature.

The app features:

  • Access to over 8 million free eBooks from iBooks, Feedbooks, Baen Books, Project Gutenberg, Internet Archive and more
  • Discover over 2.3 million premium iBooks
  • Access to the Calibre eBook management software over Wi-Fi
  • Open books in most iOS EPUB and PDF reader apps including iBooks, Kindle, Nook, Google Play Books, and Kobo
  • Readers can e-mail eBooks to themselves for reading on other platforms
  • Native app optimized for all iPhone and iPad devices

What’s New in Version 3.0:

  • A new sleek modern design from Italian designer Nicola Armellini
  • Optimized to work in native resolution across all iOS devices
  • Advanced search in a number of the eBook catalogs
  • The ability to edit book metadata and mark books as read
  • Access to the popular ePub Bud catalog with over 1370 free children’s books
  • Access to the new and improved free Baen science fiction book catalog
  • Access to the ManyBooks catalog with over 30,000 classics

eBook Search not only allows readers to search for free eBooks, the app also includes a custom iBookstore catalog that offers handy advanced search access to over 2.3 million premium and free offerings from the extensive iBooks library.

eBook Search 3.0 is free and is available in the App Store. An in-app purchase is available to remove ads and add additional catalogs. A “Pro” version (3.1) is available for $0.99. An Android version is also available through Google Play.


Chris Hauk

MacTrast Senior Editor, and self-described "magnificent bastard," Chris Hauk owns Phoenix Rising Services and writes for everyone's favorite "bad movie" website, Big Bad Drive-In.

His first Apple product was an iPod Classic 9 years ago, and he has since added a MacBook Pro, a number of iPads, iPhones, and multiple Apple TVs to his collection.

He lives somewhere in the deep Southern part of America. Yes, he has to pump in both sunshine and the Internet.