Posted on 20 May 2009 by Budi Putra
Amazon updated its free Kindle app for the iPhone, adding features that many people been waiting for. The version 1.1 features include the ability to pinch to zoom in on images in Kindle books, to read in either portrait or landscape mode with auto-rotation and added a couple of new choices of text color.
Posted on 11 May 2009 by Budi Putra
Amazon today launched a Kindle Store optimized for the Safari Web browser on iPhone, enabling users to get a quick access to the Kindle Store’s 280,000 books, including 106 of 112 New York Times Best Sellers and most New Releases that are available for $9.99 or less.
Posted on 27 April 2009 by Budi Putra
Today the New York Times is reporting that Amazon has bought out Lexcycle, the company behind the excellent Stanza ebook reader for the iPhone. No financial details were disclosed. By this move, Amazon seems strengthening its presence on the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Posted on 24 March 2009 by Alison Spong
What felt like five minutes ago, Apple was hit with a lawsuit about an exploding iPod. This time it is the offering of eBooks that is getting the company in trouble, again.
Posted on 09 March 2009 by Budi Putra
Thanks to the iPhone's great interface and technology, reading books on the iPhone now has becoming an exciting experience (and a big business, also). It has revolutionized the way we read, even the way we share our reading materials.
Posted on 04 March 2009 by Budi Putra
Amazon has released a free application that delivers Kindle book-reading to the iPhone, extending the company's sales of e-books to devices beyond its Kindle e-book reader.
Posted on 11 February 2009 by Budi Putra
Shortcovers plans to launch an e-books app for iPhone in the coming days. Owned by Indigo Books & Music, the largest book retailer in Canada, Shortcovers will offer 50,000 full books as well as news, magazine articles, short stories, and blog posts.
Posted on 06 February 2009 by Budi Putra
It's a great idea if we could access literature's greatest works right from our iPhone, right? Thanks to Google Book Search, over 1.5 million public domain books in the US (and over half a million outside the US) are now available for perusing on iPhone.