In case reading more in 2020 is one of your resolutions for the new year, but you have a busy schedule to relax with a good book, BookNote can help you achieve that. The application sort of "summarizes" your favorite works, reducing a reading time from a few days to a few minutes. So you can make the most of your public transport trips or lunch break to catch up on reading in just 15 minutes.
While not a complete “substitute” for reading a book, BookNote can help you decide which books on your list are really worth reading. The application has a wide selection of categories: from fiction to self-help books, not forgetting the classics.
Among the most popular titles are George Orwell's "1984" or F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby" and even books that may help you be more productive, such as Charles Duhigg's "The Power of Habits." But if you're not that much of a fan of literary works, you can also check out the "summaries" of various documentaries, including, for example, "Inside Bill's Brain: Decoding Bill Gates."
BookNotes is available exclusively for iOS devices. found on the App Store. The download of the application has no additional costs, however, after a free period of 7 days the user will have to choose if he wants to make a subscription to use it, which can be around 9 euros, in the Premium option, going up to 149 euros for anyone who wants to be a lifetime member of the BookNotes club.