The Internet is a great place where people spend a significant part of their time, where they can learn, broaden their horizons, make new friends from all over the world and communicate with someone living in another corner of the world. Large book services not only distribute books for money but also provide free and legal access to the classics’ masterpieces. Sometimes these royalty free or open source books are not available in your own country. This is because some countries block access to sites like Project Gutenberg or other sites that give away free ebooks. To start reading, just install the necessary application on your tab and find the book you are interested in its catalog. Installing it on the tablet, you can read without connecting to the Internet.
Why Install VPN On Your Tab?
The tablet size is like a book’s size; it’s really convenient to read it. But it is a VPN that will help people living outside the US buy items from Barnes and Noble, download the Nook app from Google Play and buy e-books from Kobo. OPDS-catalogs allow you reading, sorting and distributing electronic publications. The OPDS format is supported by lots of reading programs for iOS, Android and other platforms. To bypass the blocking, you need to install a VPN service on the phone, for example, take advantage of PureVPN.
Legally, this service is located in Hong Kong which avoids interaction with the majority of special services. PureVPN offers users a high level of data encryption, no drop in speed during operation and constant software updates. The service works with 500 servers located in 141 countries, and also doesn’t monitor what websites users visit on the network.
So how to install an app and read by means of VPN?
- Install an application for reading which supports OPDS;
- install an app for bypassing blocking;
- turn on VPN each time before you want to use the reader;
- go to the Network Libraries application section;
- enjoy reading books.
There is a huge number of portals that provide free access to electronic books in a variety of formats on the web.
Michael Kozlowski is the Editor in Chief of Good e-Reader. He has been writing about audiobooks and e-readers for the past ten years. His articles have been picked up by major and local news sources and websites such as the CBC, CNET, Engadget, Huffington Post and the New York Times.