‘Netflix for books’ arrives Down Under
November 22, 2016 - Kindle Unlimited
Bookworms rejoice: “Netflix for books” has arrived Down Under.
The subscription use gives users entrance to some-more than a million ebooks, including renouned reads like a Harry Potter series, The Dressmaker and The Luminaires. It also includes internal titles and authors, such as Colleen McCullough, David Malouf and Tea Cooper.
Users can collect adult to 10 books during a time with no due dates.
The renouned use launched in a United States some-more than dual years ago though arrived in Australia usually this month.
Amazon is now charity users a 30-day giveaway hearing for a service, afterwards they will be charged monthly.
Kindle clamp boss David Naggar says readers now had total entrance to some-more than a million titles “for reduction than a cost of a best-selling paperback”.
“Readers around a universe have shown how most they adore regulating Kindle Unlimited and they are anticipating some-more books inside and outward a use as a result. We are gay to now offer Australian business entrance to this immeasurable preference of titles, trimming from complicated fiction, to undying classics.”