Using your iPad as an e-reader?

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It can be done, yes. I tried reading on my iPad with Apple Books app. You have a few options there i.e. dark mode, paper-like screen colour etc. But after reading for a while, my eyes started to hurt. For me, iPad is not something I would choose for daily reading. It is also much heavier than any e-reader.

I started reading about e-ink devices, bought my first device and have been convinced ever since that dedicated e-readers are the best for reading.

What is your experience? Do you read on a tablet like iPad or Android? Do your eyes bother you after reading for a long time?
 

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