The headline kind of says it all here, but I’m seriously wondering why this is. Â I mean, I don’t have an iPad so using iBooks to read only on my iPhone doesn’t seem practical (wow that was a lot of i’s, what has Apple done to us?) If I could just pick up my MacBook and begin reading the latest Alex Rider novel (honestly my favorite book series ever) I would be the happiest customer.
Here is my problem:Â I just cleaned out my bookshelf of old books that take up space and were only read one time. Â I now want to take the digital route, however I don’t want to buy a Kindle. Even though Kindle has a dedicated Mac app, I already have my laptop and would prefer to just read off it. Â Yes, I know I could use Kindle’s apps to read across my Mac and iPhone, but I already have some iBooks and don’t want accounts with both. Â Simply put, and to avoid ranting, Apple needs to bring iBooks to the Mac. Â Here is a video I found on YouTube that shows how to read iBooks on the Mac using another program. Â The video was uploaded byÂ delawarehallÂ on August 27, 2010.
For now, this might just have to do. Â Does anyone else want iBooks on their Mac as much as I do? Â The comment section is waiting below.