Why DO People prefer reading E-books over the printed ones?



Printed books vs. digital books is an age-old debate. People will always like both printed books and e-books (eBooks). As the number of people who know how to use technology grows, every service provider digitizes their services to serve this large group of digital users. Schools and businesses are turning more and more to eBook for training because eBooks are better at making learning and reading more interesting for their users. Here are the ten best ways to train employees at a company.

Since a long time ago, digital publishing has been a significant threat to print versions. But print publishers are still going strong, even though digital devices are everywhere and seem to be getting more and more popular.

When you compare the two, you’ll see that printed hardcover books are loved for their authenticity and how they feel in your hands, but eBooks are more useful and much easier to carry. Let’s look at some of the ways eBooks are better than printed books.

Here are the top few reasons why eBooks are better than paper books:

One device, many books: eBooks are easy to carry around because they are small and light. One eBook reader can hold thousands of eBooks, so you don’t have to carry around many heavy books. It takes up less room at home and in your bag. No one needs to worry about how much space they can use. Here’s a list of the nine best eBook readers that work on multiple platforms. This is why people love e-books these days.

  • You can read as many books as you want on a single device. The most significant benefit is that students don’t have to carry around a bag full of readers every day. It lets the user store many books on the device, way more than anyone could ever read in their lifetime.
  • eBooks are easy to get to because you can download them and store them for later use. The eBook can be carried around and read whenever you want. Students and workers can look at the learning materials at home or even on the go. It is easy for people who are always on the go. Some e-Readers have the option to work without an internet connection, so people can use them even when they don’t have access to the internet.
  • Unlike printed books, which have to be ordered or bought from a store and take time to get to or wait for delivery, eBooks can be easily accessed anytime and anywhere.
  • Most of the information in eBooks is stored in the cloud, which means it can be changed. Authors and publishers can always add the most recent information so that users can get the most recent digital content. This saves the cost of reprinting and the time it takes to do so.

 Content that can be shared: You can give the eBook’s content to more than one person. The social feature of an e-book makes it possible to share and like content, which you can’t do with a printed book.

  • You could give a printed book to one person at a time, but you could provide an ebook for many people simultaneously. This feature lets students and workers work together with their peers.
  • Augmented reality has completely changed the eBook experience. Texts and pictures can now have a three-dimensional image added to them that pops up on the user’s screen. The image can be seen as a 3D model made by a computer, which makes reading and learning much more enjoyable.

Angela is a senior editor at Dreniq News. She has written for many famous news agencies.