Reading Books on iMac vs Other Apple Devices
The main devices in the Apple product range nowadays encompasses the MacBook, iMac, iPhone and iPad. Granted there is the Apple Watch too – but that isn’t likely to be used as an e-reader anytime soon.
Out of these, the iPhone and iPad tend to be the ‘go to’ choices for an Apple due to the fact that they are portable and just about the right size. The MacBook would be next in line (and next in size too), while the iMac trails behind the three as it is really a desktop computer.
That being said if you’re getting your eBooks via iTunes then syncing it across all your Apple devices would be a good idea. Essentially it will allow you to read your eBooks on whichever device you happen to be using, and so if you happen to be working on your iMac but want to quickly refer to part of an eBook you could just switch to it without needing to go look for your iPad.
Although you may not realize it, as time goes by your iMac is going to accumulate junk files of one variety or another. It could be old logs and cache files, iPhoto trash, or even other trash bins. Since you have no way of knowing where these junk files are hiding, you’ll have to manually search through every single file and folder to find them.
That, in itself, is one of the biggest alternatives of using an app such as the Movavi Mac Cleaner – it will take what would otherwise be a tedious and time-consuming process and make it quick and convenient.
iBooks On OSX
Below is an interesting review of iBooks on iMac system.