iPad is not designed specifically as an e-reader, but it is a good choice for e-reading, because there are already many e-book applications for the iPad. You can now find the best refurbished ipads at iPad Distributors.

Kindle vs. Nook vs. iPad: Which e-book reader should you buy? - CNET

Image Source: Google

The trend is towards an electronic generation, not a conventional hardcover book. It's no secret that every big company wants to take the throne in this growing market. So what is the iPad's place in the e-reader world?

A recent survey of more than 1,000 respondents found that 41% of them prefer to use the iPad as an e-reader. In addition, 31 percent said the iPad is the preferred way to read magazines and newspapers. This is a very important factor because the iPad has not been on the market for long.

There are plenty of iPad apps designed for e-reading and owners who get the apps use them. Zinio, an electronic magazine publisher, estimates that iPad users spend nearly 80 minutes or more reading digital magazines, more than double the time readers spend reading digital questions on a computer. This is a very important fact. Condé Nast also found that iPad users using the GQ app spent nearly 60 minutes reading magazines. 

In addition, MRI data show that conventional print magazine readers commit to reading the magazine for approximately 70 minutes. Advertisers take into account the time readers spend reading magazines. The better for the advertiser, the more time readers spend in the magazine.