Books vs eBooks – What Have You Read Most Lately? [MakeUseOf Poll]

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Last week we asked you how much you have paid for smartphone apps. The results show that most MakeUseOf readers have spent less than US$25, the with many people preferring to use free apps only.

From 268 total votes, the divide is like this: 31% spent between US$0-25; 28% always get free apps; 14% have spent between US$25-$50 on apps; 8% paid for US$50-$100 worth of apps; 8% don’t have smartphones; 6% spent between US$100-$200; 4% readers have spent over US$200 on apps.

Full results and this week’s poll after the jump.

This week’s poll question is: Books vs eBooks – What Have You Read Most Lately?

We know most readers swear by hard-copy books, but times are changing and many people find their Kindle is just too handy to ignore. Think back over the last six months “” did you read more hard-copy books or more eBooks?

So, what do you think your future reading habits will be? Books or eBooks? Why?

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