I’ve made no secret of my nerdish love of a good book. That’s why the first application I downloaded when I got my 8830 was the Mobipocket eBook reader. Having an e-book reader for BlackBerry makes sense, especially if you have some down time.
You know, waiting in line, sitting on the train, waiting for someone to take your meeting. If you don’t like to pay for e-books, or otherwise are just a fan of the classics, you can check out BlackBerryBooks.com, which has 25,000 public domain titles (thanks, BerryReview).
You can browse by Top 100, Title, Author, and new additions. The best part is that you can read them all with Mobipocket. While you won’t be able to find The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, you’ll find plenty of classics in the ranks of BlackBerryBooks.
While you’re at it, make sure to check out our guide to reading e-books on your BlackBerry.