Aldiko Next 17+

eBooks, Comics and Audiobooks

De Marque

Designed for iPad

    • 3.1 • 18 Ratings
    • Free



One app to read them all.

Bring all your eBooks, comics and audiobooks in the same place, no matter where they're coming from. Available on iPhone, iPad or macOS.

With Aldiko, we make it easy to bring all your books in the same place:

• Built-in support for public libraries, allowing you to easily browse your library's catalog and borrow books from them
• Thousands of public domain books from Feedbooks
• Import your own EPUB, CBZ or PDF files
• Add your own catalogs, for example using Calibre

Aldiko provides an extensive set of features for both casual and power users:

• Customize your reading experience with multiple fonts and themes
• Double page mode on iPadOS and macOS
• Full support for dark mode throughout the app
• Organize your bookshelf with categories and collections

Our philosophy is to contribute to and leverage open standards:

• Read EPUB files via a Readium Mobile based reading experience
• Explore catalogs using OPDS
• Full support for Readium LCP based on EPUB, PDF and audiobooks

What’s New

Version 1.7

• Support for read aloud on EPUB files
• New metadata editing feature for title, author, description and cover
• Borrowing books from your local library? All new loans will now synchronize your progression across multiple devices.
• Bug fixes and improvements

Ratings and Reviews

3.1 out of 5
18 Ratings

18 Ratings

nerd CA ,

Formatting interfece is not straight forward on iPad

First experience with the application was very frustrating, I started reading an ebook on my iPad and I had a problem with the formatting. Each end of chapter I was loosing several lines. I tried to change character size, margins.
After trial and errors I finally found out that I was staying in Aaa modifications mode ! To exit it, you have to tap on a blank part of the text. The user interface is not clear and obvious…

Developer Response ,


Could you contact us through

The Aldiko Team

Lt. Lemons ,

Good now, hopefully better in the future

The app overall works really well as it stands, but it is obvious it still needs some work before I works consider it a daily-driver. Searching through some OPDS catalogs (using both Kavita and Calibre) will often crash when downloading and not display the entire catalog. Moreover, I would love to see more customization options as well as features. PDF's for example have basically no options (would be nice to have option to display two pages at once). It would also be nice to have more format compatibility in regards to comics as well as manga (which doesn't seem to be supported at all). Lastly, OPDS-PS would be the icing on the cake, allowing for book streaming/syncing to an OPDS server would allow users to read a book on any device and keep progress synced without having to download anything

Developer Response ,


Our next release targets specifically PDF, with new options to switch between scrolling/pagination, control the reading direction and use a dual page mode in landscape.

We'll look into both Kavita and Calibre but based on past experience, neither of them tend to stick closely to the OPDS specification, which might explain specific issues.

OPDS-PS falls into the same category as it's not really part of the OPDS specification.
Our plan is to build support for streaming comics through the Divina profile of the Readium Web Publication specification, which provides a lot more features than OPDS-PS but it should be possible to provide a bridge to OPDS-PS down the road as well.

Gimme Chili ,

Provisional rating

This is a decent reading app. However, it doesn’t seem possible to share a book between my devices. Since my book is saved to iCloud, I want to be able to read it on both my phone, and my iPad. Apple Books handles that just fine. If there is a way to do this, it ought to be in the FAQ. I’ll raise my rating if the app turns out to have that functionality.

App Privacy

The developer, De Marque, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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