Apple Books has two reading goals: It tracks how many minutes per day you read, as well as how many books you read per year. By default, the app sets a goal of five minutes per day and three books per year, but those are easy to adjust.
Here's how to set your own reading goals.
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How to set a daily reading goal on your iPhone with Apple Books and iOS 13
1. Start the Apple Books app. (If it's not installed on your iPhone, you might need to download Apple Books from the App Store).
2. Tap "Reading Now" at the bottom of the screen.
3. Scroll to the bottom, where you should see your Reading Goals.
4. Tap the time displayed under "Today's Reading." If you haven't read anything yet, it will say "0:00." Your daily goal details page will open.
5. At the bottom of the page, tap "Adjust Goal."
6. Set your desired reading goal and then tap "Done."
7. Tap the Close button at the top of the page.
How to set a yearly reading goal on your iPhone with Apple Books and iOS 13
Below the daily reading goal, you should see "Books Read This Year." If you don't see this section, it may not appear until you complete your first book.
1. Tap one of the books under "Books Read This Year." The yearly goals details page will open.
2. At the bottom of the page, tap "Adjust Goal."
3. Set your desired reading goal and then tap "Done."
4. Tap the Close button at the top of the page.