At first glance, there are three major differences between the two Apps.
- iScroll features human voices, vBookz is read by computer. The computerized readers used by vBookz are decent for what they are but they don’t capture the ‘feeling’ of a live voice.
- iScroll packages each book as an individual App with prices ranging from .99¢ to over $9.99. vBookz comes as a single App with a price tag of about $5 and has access to a library of over 30,000 public domain ebooks.
- iScroll has diversity in its library of hundreds of speeches, lectures, radio programs, articles, and ebooks. On the other hand, vBookz has a vast library of public domain ebooks.
In short, iScroll wins out in regards to quality of sound and diversity while vBookz has much better pricing and a larger if ‘narrower’ library. vBookz has one other noteworthy advantage, its primary App can come in one of 13 different languages.