Ranking - Books (iPhone)
Ranking - Books (iPad)
Wattpad - Free Books and eBook Reader
A TOP 5 BOOK APP FOR 3 YEARS!
• Free stories and books written by published and aspiring authors, writers and creators
• Search popular genres and trending topics to find any story you can imagine. The latest Poot Lovato meme? Yeah, we got that.
• Follow stories as they are written and get updates for new chapters.
• Connect with writers and other readers, using text, emoji, emoticons... all the reactions. Binge read, leave comments on stories and discuss the newest plot twists!
• Save to your library and share what you’re reading with your friends. You can even make gorgeous quote art to share on Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, Twitter, and all the rest.
• Write your own stories. Share your writing with the supportive Wattpad community and finally finish that novel (or listicle) you've been talking about.
• Download stories and books to the app so you can read offline
• Personalized recommendations of stories to read - let our algorithms take care of you
• Stay connected to your stories with a newsfeed of updates and comments from friends
• Sync all your stories and ebooks between your iPhone, tablet, and computer
Millions of stories to choose from:
• Choose from popular romance, fanfic, non-fiction, mystery, fantasy, memoirs, travelogues, sci-fi, short stories, poetry and memes.
• Popular cast celebrities: Kylie Jenner, Harry Styles, Luke Hemmings, Rihanna, Tyga, August Alsina, Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, Drake and Kim Kardashian.
• Works by well-known authors and poets: Scott Westerfeld, Tyler Oakley, Margaret Atwood, Paulo Coelho, RL Stine, Dan Brown, Anna Todd, Christopher Pike, Pharrell, Felicia Day, Jennifer Armentrout, Meg Cabot, Marissa Meyer, Gena Showalter, Hugh Howey, Kevin J Anderson, Maureen Johnson and many more.
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• The classics: Alice in Wonderland, Sherlock Holmes, Romeo & Juliet, Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights, The Art of War, Pride & Prejudice, Shakespeare and much more.
• Find stories and reviews from new reading lists and book clubs.
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"Wattpad opens the doors and enlarges the view in places where the doors are closed and the view is restricted." - Margaret Atwood
"Wattpad is exciting because there is the opportunity to create content with depth." - Vincent Lam
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- O'Reilly Media
"I love Wattpad!!" - Thousands of App Store reviews
Discover the next 50 Shades of Grey!
Naturally, when I go to take a sip of my hot beverage, the Update slips into the booth, slamming his hands on the table and making me burn my tongue to damnation.
“Toots. Gorgeous as ever.” I nearly choke on my coffee until I see that he’s talking to the waitress. “I’ll have the usual,” he says and she gives him a thin-lipped smile before waltzing away.
I raise my eyebrows. “Toots?”
“Don’t start. Just gimme the goods and let me get outta here. I don’t have time for your sass today.”
The Update leans across the table and his eyes dance like he's about to let me in on a juicy little secret. “Swiping between stories for home, sorting stories within your reading lists, and updated character limits for story descriptions. Also, you can now choose your preferred pronouns rather than gender under settings.”
He waits for a reaction, but I give him nothing. Has more to do with the hole burning through my tongue than not picking up what he’s putting down. The Update leans back against the red leather booth.
“You’re a hard nut to crack, Notes. I can never tell if you’re impressed with me or what.”
I take another careful sip. “You’ve never needed my approval before," I respond.
“No,” he says slowly, “but that doesn’t mean I don’t want it.”