eBooks by Inkling 12+

Inkling Systems, Inc.

    • 1.9 • 303 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



As featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Techcrunch.

Inkling's interactive eBooks are designed to help you learn, study, and discover just about anything, whether it's for school, work, or play. Our books cover the gamut from anatomy to photography and travel to cooking. Our Lonely Planet Guides offer Foursquare-based location info and live updates. Our Rick Steves’ guides include Rick’s personal vocal narration of key European cities. Our anatomy titles include hundreds of hi-res diagrams that let you strip off the labels and test what you know. Our food and drink books include instructional animations and videos to help you learn news skills in the kitchen. Our For Dummies book selection include learning to play guitar to learning Java or CSS. Download a free chapter and try it for yourself!

In the news:

“Putting textbooks on tablets solves a number of traditional problems. The two most obvious are saving money and back pain.”

“After Inkling made its public debut more than two years ago, It quickly became known as the startup that made super well-designed interactive college textbooks for the iPad.”

“Better than just reproducing text in an online setting, Inkling makes educational text interactive, supporting note-taking, social discussion of content and internal search (like Google for your textbook!).”

“A new company called Inkling hopes to break the standard textbook model and help textbooks enter the interactive age by letting students share and comment on the texts and interact with fellow students.”

What our customers say about us:

MargaretField- “The format is elegant. Love that i can always see where I am in the chapter and in the book as a whole. Interactive quizzes make it even more fun.”

Book_lover25- “All of my books now look awesome and work well on iPhone, as well as iPad. Can’t wait to use it as my travel guide while hiking this weekend.”

Stephen the Cat- “Using Inkling makes learning fun. The page layouts are attractive. The information is presented in a functional and useful way. Better yet, I can make notes that simplify my review of texts upping my learning efficiency.”

What makes Inkling the best interactive eBook experience?

Why pay for a boring PDF version of a printed book? That’s what you get with other eBooks. Inkling eBooks are thoughtfully and intuitively structured that make learning interactive and fun. So, go ahead, download and try a FREE chapter today.

You don’t have to be online to read your Inkling books. Our books are downloaded to your iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch and can be read anywhere, anytime. All your notes, highlights and bookmarks are saved, synced across devices, and can be accessed anytime.

Inkling books come with powerful search capabilities. Just type in a keyword or a phrase and voilá! We’ll take you right to the content you want to read.

Tap and hold anywhere in text, and your favorite learning tools - highlights, notes, definition and search - will pop up. Plus, you can learn collaboratively and share your notes or questions with peers or professors.

Download once, read Inkling eBooks on your iPad, iPhone, PC or Mac and everything syncs between devices in real time so your books go where you go.

Reading is delightful with interactive aids - high resolution images, audio and video. Our content is handcrafted to exploit the full power of the iPad and the web. Who says learning can’t be fun and delightful?

Start exploring eBooks in the following categories:
* Arts & Photography
* Food & Drink
* Cooking
* Business
* Computer, Programming & Technology
* Crafts & Hobbies
* Home & Garden
* Medicine
* Parenting & Pregnancy
* Bibles & Spirituality
* Travel & Adventure

What’s New

Version 6.4.0

Smaller improvements and bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

1.9 out of 5
303 Ratings

303 Ratings

PathResident ,

So much wasted potential

The books look great and the images are crisp. Unfortunately, navigation needs drastic improvements. When you move from one section to the next while scrolling, the app randomly jumps to the top of the previous section. This gets rather infuriating when the sections are large. Additionally, finding content can be a challenge when a textbook has 150+ chapters. While that may partly be the fault of the textbook, inkling should make some effort to group the chapters. The search function can be useful at times. However, occasionally it will find less relevant results and list those first. It should prioritize the headers over references. Overall, a potentially great product limited by subpar programming.

albolqani ,


I have been using this app for long time and it was fairly good when I first used it (apart from some annoying issues in photo imaging). Unfortunately, it got worse and worse to the point where I cannot use it at all now. In addition to the many faulty issues that other reviewers pointed out here, now, I cannot even open any e-book I bought and downloaded in my book library! It just says loading when I open any title with empty white page. I deleted the app and reinstalled it but no change. I am very disappointed with this and stopped buying from the store anymore. Now I’m forced to use other apps to buy and download medical books and what’s really upsetting is that I cannot read my already purchased books in this app anymore, and they’re not cheap books. I was really hoping this app be as professional and efficient as it should be, but unfortunately it drifted away from that path. I still have hope that they can fix it and improve it significantly, soon.

Sallazar12 ,

Horrible functionality - developers ignore my complaints

The previous reviews sum it up. When I first got the app a few years ago, it was great. It has beautiful presentation of books with images and videos. However, there is now many problems. When you click on a picture, it takes you back to the beginning of a section, instead of where you left off. The videos must be scrolled through the entire library instead of clicking in from the contents. On my Ipad sometimes I can’t even click into the images. I paid over 300 dollars for a medical textbook that is difficult to use. I could have gotten it cheaper on IBooks or Kindle. What a horrible company Inking has become! I have emailed support several times and there response is to delete the app and reload it - which I have already done many times.

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