Like the functions but is hard to integrate the software ...
James V Hiett, Amazon
27 February 2015
Summary: Like the functions but is hard to integrate the software when you have kindle and library books using kindle software for kindle, kobo software for books bought through Kobo, and library books that have to be downloaded using ADE (Adobe Digital Editions.
Could be the best ereader on the market except....
5 January 2015
Summary: Like many people who own an ereader I have been searching for another one that I could use an SD card on. I have a Kindle paperwhite which I love but unfortunately it will not hold the over 3,000 books I have from other eBook stores. Until recently I have always had a Sony eReader for that.
A good working machine if local bookstores matter to you!
4 January 2015
Summary: I like my Kobo reader, but I'm not in love with it. I mainly chose the Kobo because it let me buy ebooks from local bookstores I support, which is important to me because I want my neighborhoods to continue to have bookstores I can browse in and get recommendations from.
Summary: I love this e-reader, the first I've ever owned. I'm still getting familiar with the various features but, so far, I really love it. My only complaint is that the detailed user's manual did not come with the device; I had to find it online.
Summary: I have had my Kobo Aura for about eight months. I find the text contrast to be excellent as opposed to another reviewer that said the text was to gray and not dark enough. A charge lasts so rediculously long, actually more than a month. Someone else listed 7 reasons to like the Aura, I agree.