Kindle Unlimited, A Monthly Book Subscription, Launches In Canada

February 14, 2015 - Kindle Unlimited

Forget about binge examination — from here on out, 2015 is a year of binge reading.

Amazon.ca announced it would be charity Kindle Unlimited to Canadians on Thursday. The service, that launched in a U.S. final summer, give subscribers entrance to 750,000 Kindle books for $9.99 a month. The usually catch? Just a apparent one — all books are electronic.

Alright, there’s one more. While a Kindle Unlimited offerings are flattering exciting, including a full Harry Potter series, Michael Chabon’s Wonder Boys and Jhumpa Lahiri’s Interpreter of Maladies, among others, don’t design too many complicated bestsellers.

Newer books aren’t nonetheless on offer, though member for Amazon.ca are assured some-more titles will be combined as a use goes forward. So, much like Netflix for Canada, this Netflix for books will start off a little, well, lacking, though hopefully ramp adult a offerings soon.

As it stands, we’re usually going to take this event to dive into books we competence not differently read, like a KDP (read: self-published) options, and thousands of other tomes, all conveniently slotted into categories.

Kindle Unlimited will be accessible on a Kindle reading apps for iOS and Android, as good as Kindles (obviously). Currently, they’re holding a giveaway 30-day trial, if we wish to check it out — trust us, we’re going to.

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