• Even if one day it will only be a museum piece, the book will never go extinct, because it managed to keep up with technology. From paper pages, the stories of even the long gone authors managed to migrate on any platform, becoming available wherever you are, fitting even in your pocket.

    A place where you can find one of these books is, of course, a library, which surprisingly enough can also be found in a form of an application, such as Bucharchiv, that might just be installed on a computer from your local library, or even your home.

    Bucharchiv features a fresh modern interface, keeping it simple at the same time. It’s got several different color themes to choose from, in case the default color scheme is not to your liking. The main window, aside from the upper toolbar, is split into three parts.

    One in which you can easily navigate through all of your books, and arrange them in categories, another in which they are displayed in a few customizable ways, the last part in which specific info on the book is offered.

    Whilst connected to the Internet you can choose to import any book into your library, view its ratings, read user comments, or even write your own. Considering the book is worth your time, you can always hit the “Buy this Book” button to integrate it into your own collection and read it when time is on your side.

    You can also import several eBook formats from your computer, in case you don’t happen to find what you are looking for on the Internet.

    Bucharchiv is a neat way to store your virtual books, and even search for something new to read. Its user-friendly interface makes it accessible to a large variety of people. If you decide to give it a try, you might want to find a comfortable chair, because it might keep you for at least a few pages.