I have to say, I absolutely love using the iBooks app on all my iDevices. This has to be one of the best features (in my opinion) in iOS 4, and since its release I’ve been using it at least once every week. If you’re an iBooks user, you’ll be glad to know Apple has pushed out another update to further improve the iBooks experience.

Apple yesterday updated its popular iBook app with several important bug fixes, stability and performance improvements. 

iBooks 1.2.2 update includes:

What’s New In This Version:
iBooks 1.2.2 adds a number of important stability and performance improvements, including:
• Addresses issues playing video included with enhanced books from the iBookstore.
• Resolves a problem where some books open with a different font than expected.
• Makes iBooks more responsive when navigating books with many items in there table of contents.

The update is available for free in the App Store!

Let us know how the new version is working in the comments! And while you’re at it, feel free to let us know about your favorite iBook!

  • Night

    Great update! I had some issues with the table of content, for some book was not usable because it was incredibly slow, now this is something of the past

  • JoBerlin

    Any problems on a jailbroken iPhone?

    • Kickstar13

      I haven’t incurred any yet.

  • Still waiting for highlighting for PDFs (like what GoodReader has)

  • Daniel

    I use Stanza as my book reader of choice as I already have a large library if books in a variety of formats. Does iBooks have similar features to stanza in regards to loading various book types or do I have to buy them all through Apple and download?

    I think of Stanza as the VLC of book reading but I’m happy to be corrected.

  • iBooks is sort of like the stocks app lol hardly ever used and quite boring.
    I still use real books to read even that’s being hard to find.