7 Best ePub Reader for Windows 2019 (Updated)

ePub Reader for Windows – Adobe’s PDF may be the most popular document format but ePub format performs better than PDF. PDF documents have a fixed page breaks but the layout of an ePUB document is responsive that means an ePub format will automatically adjust for different screen sizes.

That means you should need an ePub reader to read ePublications on your device. Today we are listing 7 best ePub readers for your Windows devices. Not only for desktop devices but also for Smartphones and Tablet PCs that run on Windows OS.

1. Icecream eBook Reader

Icecream eBook Reader is the eBook Reader I’m using to read eBooks on my Windows devices. I’m using its free version limits to only allows to add 10 eBooks at a time in the library.
It is one of the best eBook readers that transforms your computer screen into a convenient top-notch ebook reader. You can add ebooks in formats like EPUB, MOBI, FB2, PDF, etc. You can upgrade to Icecream eBook Reader pro version for $29.95 now. Also check ePub Reader Mac.


NOOK comes next into our list. NOOK is a popular free complete eBook reading application comes from Barnes & Noble, one of the popular book retailers in the world. You can easily import ePub and PDF files from your PC to start reading.

If you download NOOK, you will get access Free 14-day trial subscriptions of newspapers and magazines from Barnes & Nobles. You can add notes to books and highlight words using multiple colors for future reference.

3. Cover

Cover Comic Reader comes next into our list. It’s specially created for reading comic books but it does work as a sufficient eBook reader supports ePub and Mobi document formats.

Cover is free to use but if you love to read unlimited Comic Books, you can purchase the pro version for $3.99 or buy 250 comic books for $1.49.

4. Calibre

Calibre is a completely free open source e-book library management application developed by users of e-books for users of e-books.

It’s not just an eBook reader but a great tool for library management. You can sort the books in your library by Title, Author, Date added, Date published, Size, Rating, Series, etc. You can search your book collection for a particular book. Calibre supports the conversion of many input formats to many output formats.

5. Kindle

Amazon Kindle is one of the most popular eBook readers on the planet comes with beautiful slickly designed interface. You’ll need to be an Amazon customer to use Kindle.

Once you created an Amazon Kindle account, you can add eBooks to read. You will be presented with the eBooks you have stored in the Amazon cloud or on your device.

6. Sumatra

Sumatra is another free open source eBook reader. It’s a lightweight reader for Windows supports PDF, eBook (ePub, Mobi), XPS, DjVu, CHM, Comic Book, etc.

Sumatra supports Windows XP, Vista, 7 and Windows 8 versions.

7. Bookviser

Bookviser is an awesome eBook redaer comes wih great features. You can download thousands of FREE public domain books from built-in OPDS catalogs. On Bookviser, you can easily customize colors and fonts. You can share texts from Booksvise and also Bookmar your reading for future reference.

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