Amazon Brings Kindle Unlimited E-Book Service to Japan
August 7, 2016 - Kindle Unlimited
Amazon’s Japan bend launched a Kindle Unlimited e-book use on Wednesday, opening adult avenues for total reading with a monthly subscription fee. Subscribers get entrance to 120,000 Japanese titles that embody manga, magazines, and books and review on their smartphones, tablets, and other devices.
Subscribers compensate 980 yen ($9.69) a month to review offerings from publishers Kodansha and Shogakukan and some-more than 1.2 million titles in other languages. Participating publishers get a cut of a income formed on a recognition of their catalog. The reading element isn’t current, however, as few books published in a final 6 months are available. Popular periodicals are also blank and fan favorite manga are enclosed with rudimentary chapters or early volumes only.
Amazon Japan launched a Kindle Muryō Manga Zasshi (Kindle Free Manga Magazine) final year with giveaway digital editions of Shueisha‘s Grand Jump magazine, as good as Futabasha‘s Manga Action, Leed’s Comic Ran Twins, Ichijinsha‘s Monthly Comic Zero-Sum, DeNA’s Manga Box service, and Square Enix‘s Hobo Gekkan Otameshi Gangan (Almost Monthly Trial Gangan).
The association also launched a Prime Instant Video use in Japan final September.
Source: Nikkei Asian Review