Mangoreader is an app for children stories and interactive books. We just tried the Android app, and indeed it is very good! Mangoreader takes learning to another level, with interactive e-books which move with every turning page. Such a different and creative platform creates excitement and facilitates comprehensible learning as kids tend to grasp content better if they can relate to it.
Mangoreader sports several smart features such as character movements/animations on touch, games in books, read on your own or use Auto-Narration, and is also multi-lingual.
After using the app on an Android phone to read a free book, we’re all set to rate the app on a scale of 1-5.
User Interface: 3.5 / 5
Ease of Use: 4 / 5
Book Reading Experience: 4.5 / 5
Overall: 4 / 5
The User Interface of the app is good, but top-notch. But considering the fact that it is a newly launched app, it is really appreciable! However we think that things would have been better if they had not used the kind-of-default buttons in their interface, and had used something light-colored as their background. But yes, this is just the beginning, and we’re sure this part will be improved with time.
About the Book Reading experience, the only trouble we had was to see the entire page at one go, without having to scroll up or down. We just wish this is taken care of and the team comes up with a setting to fit the page to the size of the screen.
The app is truly helpful, and you can actually count on it. A few more brush-ups is all that is needed. Moreover, we’re sure MangoReader will bring more awesomeness in making e-books look alive!
P.S. We were using a Galaxy Note II, N7100 for the assessment process, in case anyone wants to know about the device.