The next-generation READING APP that makes reading AWESOME with features to keep you engaged and motivated. Pick a book in our choice of 1 million, start reading any book for free, connect with other readers and share notes, highlights, and conversation - and become a better reader.
Build your bookshelf in seconds : Create a free reader profile, organize your books, create lists.
Browse our ebookstore : 1 million ebooks in all categories. Best sellers, fiction, non fiction, young adult, business, education etc... with great discounts and free classics.
Start any book for free! One touch and you’re into any book for free. Read up to 10% of the content before deciding to pursue and purchase the book. Also, upload an import your own epubs from Dropbox, your desktop of anywhere else!
Read anywhere, anytime, online and offline. Glose stores your current reads so you can read them offline, in the bus, subway, in the depths of a mysterious forest or a far away galaxy.
Join the Community : see what other people are reading, recommending, highlighting, and annotating.
Read with your friends! Create reading groups to read with your friends and share highlights and annotations. Shared annotations in the margins of the text make reading more engaging and exciting. Post a note and see what other readers think.
Start an online book club! Create a group, pick a name and image, invite people and choose books : you’ve got your online book club read to go - around the world!
Make reading beautiful : create beautiful quote cards from the books you read. Choose a sentence that inspires you, choose a background photo, and share the quote card on social media.
More about Glose :
Reading for better learning : our unique features makes your reading more conducive to text analysis, memorization, and study. Glose is used in leading schools and universities to power distribution of reading material and discussion around text.
Our bookstore features the works of Malcolm Gladwell, Walter Isaacson, Stephen King, John Green, Paulo Coelho, James Patterson, E.L. James, Suzanne Collins, Danielle Steel, David Baldacci, Janet Evanovich, Nora Roberts, Dan Brown, Dean Koontz, John Grisham, George R.R Martin, and many more !
• Read popular FREE ebooks by classic authors : Moby Dick, Alice in Wonderland, Sherlock Holmes, The Art of War, by Sun Tzu, The Marvelous Land of Oz, Tales from Shakespeare, Romeo & Juliet, Pride & Prejudice and more.
On Glose, reading becomes social. You can highlight your favorite quotes with one touch, archive them, share them on social networks, and annotate them. So join our community of readers who read, share, and discuss the books they love!
Glose provides the most powerful reading experience online.
• Customise your reading settings to personalise your experience : fonts, spacing, page structure, background color (might mode and more).
• Always pick up your reading at the right page thanks to automatic synchronisation of your Reading activity on all devices.
• Make new friends through books
So what are you waiting for ? Don’t miss the inspiring conversations happening every day in Glose, and Download our app !
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In this update:
- Introducing a two columns reading experience for iPad in landscape orientation.
- You can now display and navigate in all your shelves from your my books tab.
- We also fixed various issues that have been reported to us.
As a reminder, the big new features from the previous update:
- You can now browse your reading activities in the new highlight tab on your user profile.
- New animated reactions (Textmojis) to add on your favorite quote or content!
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Not ready for Prime Time
This Kindle wannabe stumbles and stutters until you lose interest in the book. With as many commands and much design as it has copied from competitors, it’s nuts that the app isn’t more intuitive. I got thru one book, with frustration. But a quarter of the way through the second, and I gave up and bought it all over again on Kindle. Now if only I knew how to mark those 1st two books “read” and file them under another tab, well, it gives me goosebumps to contemplate. Not saying it can’t be done, just that it coulda been easier.
This reader is definitely a early version. I prefer the dark setting for reading. When using that setting the beginning of each chapter has a white bar across the top and a white space at the end of the chapter after the words end until the end of the page. I switch between my iPhone X and iPad but the app does not appear to synchronize my location between the devices. There appears to be a issue with the app sometimes where it jumps back a few pages when reopening the book. Support for the iPhone X is required. I have flip the page slowly to read one word at a time to read the first line on every page because the iPhone X notch blocks the words. I will say I do like the green bar showing the status of how far you are through the current chapter. Over all this app needs some upgrades to bring it to the basic level that other common reader apps are at.
It's way too easy to highlight quotes or define words--but only when you don't want to. I just spent a whole minute trying to define a word and couldn't manage it. But other times, my thumb rests on the screen, I guess, and I touch a word and the "define word" window pops up and literally takes up the whole screen. It also happens when I swipe to go back a page, for some reason. I read ebooks all the time in other apps and have never had an issue with it, but with Glose you can't avoid it. Because it's so easy to highlight quotes, it's also an effort to bring up the menu. You have to touch the edge of the screen, where in other apps it would turn the page. You can only slide the pages left, or chose the scroll continuously option.
As for the definitions themselves, the app can't define a word if there's punctuation after it, such as a possessive word or a word with a comma or period at the end.
I have had to tell the app multiple times that I don't want to see random people's highlights, because apparently it can't remember that.
The normal font size is either too big or too small. I've taken to reading in the dyslexia font because it's a better size.
There are no settings outside of the page's appearance. And turning off public quotes, of course, when it decides to remember.
- 170.5 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor
- Infrequent/Mild Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
- Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Mature/Suggestive Themes
- Infrequent/Mild Medical/Treatment Information
- Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- Infrequent/Mild Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
- © Glose 2019
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.