Amazon Prime Gains Unlimited Photo Storage, With Caveats

November 11, 2014 / 0 comments

Prime subscribers can now store an total series of tiny photos in Amazon Cloud Drive. (Click picture for incomparable perspective and slideshow.) Amazon on Tuesday began charity subscribers to a Prime use a new benefit: Prime Photos, that offers giveaway total print storage in Amazon Cloud Drive to Prime members. “With giveaway total print storage,…

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The Kindle vs. The Fire Phone

November 11, 2014 / 0 comments

My brother Max sent me this square by Dustin Curtis on because Amazon Has No Taste. Dustin writes that: “[A]s Amazon has expelled some-more and some-more pieces of junk over a past integrate of years, I’ve mislaid faith. The Fire Phone, for example, is not usually bad; it’s so terrible that it’s prejudiced of Amazon…

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Scribd goes after Audible, adds 30000 audio books to the total ebook service

November 10, 2014 / 0 comments

While total ebook subscription services are a comparatively new trend, Scribd competence have only turn a transparent winner. At slightest for now. Today Scribd is adding over 30,000 audio books to a existent total ebook subscription service. The audio books are being offering as a nominal perk to those already dishing out a monthly fee,…

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Amazon Kindle (7th generation) review: a £59 eReader now has a touchscreen

November 9, 2014 / 0 comments

Once on a time, Amazon’s Kindle eReader with a touchscreen would set we behind £109. But now, a new 7th era Kindle is fundamentally a same as a comparison Kindle Touch nonetheless costs roughly half a price. Apart from a fact that it’s black rather than graphite in colour, and has identical bevelled back edges…

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Scribd adds 30000 audiobooks to the $8.99/month ebook subscription

November 8, 2014 / 0 comments

Scribd done a $8.99-per-month ebook subscription a improved understanding Thursday by adding 30,000 digital audiobooks to a package. The pierce helps Scribd mount out from opposition services Oyster and Kindle Unlimited and could attract new users who formerly used services like a Amazon-owned Audible. Scribd’s use already enclosed around 500,000 ebooks. Audiobooks are “a healthy…

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Look out, Audible! Scribd adds total audiobooks to the app

November 7, 2014 / 0 comments

No important book worm reads only one book a month, though audiobook subscription apps like Audible assign we $15 a month for only one audiobook. Needless to say, a arrangement is frequency ideal for many of a app’s users. Scribd is already severe Kindle Unlimited, Oyster, and other Netflix-for-books subscription-based apps with a low monthly…

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Digital: Diversion Launches Romance eBookstore; More Kindle Unlimited; Start …

November 6, 2014 / 0 comments

by Michael Cader on Nov 4, 2014 in ebookstores, eNews, Finance, International News, Subscription source ⦿

Kindle Unlimited Now Available in Italy and Spain – Good E

November 5, 2014 / 0 comments

A few months ago Amazon denounced their initial Netflix for eBooks service, Kindle Unlimited. For a low monthly price we get entrance to over 700,000 titles, mostly from indie authors. So far, not a singular vital publisher has committed themselves to a platform, that creates anticipating peculiarity calm sincerely difficult.  Today, Amazon has announced that…

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Amazon estrena Kindle Unlimited y su tarifa plana de libros en España

November 4, 2014 / 0 comments

Hace unos meses Amazon presentó un servicio muy atractivo: Kindle Unlimited. Una tarifa plana que nos permitía smirk un montón de libros, que no todos, a un precio de 9,99 dólares al mes. Como viene siendo costumbre en la compañía de Jeff Bezos, las novedades que presentan se outpost expandiendo poco a poco a lo…

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Why can’t we give a Kindle book as a present in a UK?

November 3, 2014 / 0 comments

I creatively wrote this essay in Mar 2012, after being undone by a fact we couldn’t buy a Kindle book for my wife’s new Kindle eReader. Instead, we had to buy her an Amazon document and explain that it was for a sold book that we would have bought had we a option. Now, it’s…

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