If you like to read and have an Android tablet or smartphone there are a lot of options out there that will let you read books right on your device. The free Aldiko that turns your Android device into an eReader has been updated with new features.
The new app update allows you to access eBooks from a range of sellers using one app and you can organize the books within the app too. The new version of Aldiko supports EPUB and PDF eBooks and works with Adobe Content Server 4 DRM.
The original app debuted in 2009 and so far, it has 2 million users around the world. The new 2.0 version also adds adjustable fonts, margin, alignment, line spacing, brightness, and display orientation. The app has day and night themes, a dictionary, and full text search and more. You can get the app on the Android market right now.
I have been using Aldiko since I read about it in March last year. The update makes it much better but it is a really good app.
Another good app to run is Calibre. Calibre is an ebook manager
Beware of you are upgrading from earlier version (1.2). Version 2 is much larger (8Mb), and slower on most android devices.