How To Set Reading Goals in the iOS 13.4 Books App

In this article, we’ll show you the options that you can do to Set Reading Goals in the iOS 13.4 Books App in very simple steps.

In iOS 13, Apple has added a new feature to its Books app that lets you keep track of how many minutes a day you spend reading and how many books you’ve read so far this year.

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Set Reading Goals in the iOS 13.4 Books App

  • Launch the Books app on your iPhone or iPad.
  • Tap the Reading Now tab if it’s not already showing.
  • Scroll down to the bottom of the screen to the “Reading Goals” section and tap the Today’s Reading minutes.
  • Tap Adjust Goal.
  • Using the onscreen minutes’ roller, adjust the number of minutes to how long you wish to read per day, then tap Done.


 To count PDFs toward your reading goal, go to Settings  > Books, then turn on Include PDFs.

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