One of the interesting and enjoyable function on a tablet is the possibility of reading books (eBooks). There are already some 3rd party applications that help you to perform this task but Samsung implemented in its upcoming Galaxy Tab a very interesting app. Rather then having its own store like Apple or expecting users to get their desired books from other stores online, Samsung developed it’s own launcher for reading eBooks, newspapers and magazines, all in one place. This will bring to the user over 2.2 million books, 2,500 newspapers and 1,600 magazines.
For eBooks, Kobo will share its impressive shelf collection of books to read, having a bigger collection than iBooks for Ipad. Kobo has designed the whole app exclusively for the Samsung tablet so it should use the full capability of the Galaxy Tab. The other apps included are Readers Hub displaying the newspapers and Zinio for sharing the magazines. Other apps on the Android Market can be used and might do a good or a better job but is good to know that there is an exclusive app specially created for Samsung Galaxy Tab.