Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Mar 23, 2010 | Comments 0
comScore recently released a study conducted using internet users (2,176 people) and their feelings towards the iPad and other e-Readers. Out of these consumers interviewed, 37 percent said they will likely read books on the iPad with another 34 percent reading books and magazines on the device.
Posted by Mary Ann Neder | Mar 22, 2010 | Comments 0
For Kindle owners still over the fence about making the switch to the iPad, this news may just push them towards the Apple device now. Amazon has just announced their plans for a Kindle App specifically made for tablets which includes the iPad. This app will open up the 450,000 Kindle titles they now have available in their library. As you may recall from our earlier report, Barnes & Noble also disclosed that an eReader app, that allows their readers access to over 1 million plus books are well underway for the iPad, as well.
Posted by Press Releases | Mar 18, 2010 | Comments 0
Portland, Oregon – TimeStream Software announces free downloads of its new “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” Notescast for the iPod Classic, iPod nano and iPod Video. Available as a free download for a limited time, it’s the classic tale of Alice’s journey down the rabbit hole filled with some of the most notable and interesting characters in literary history, and now iPod owners can read it wherever they go on their iPod Classic, nano or Video. The iPod features a screen wider than the iPhone’s, and no Wi-Fi or Internet access is required.
Posted by Jason | Jul 27, 2009 | Comments 7
If you’re a fan of Stephenie Meyer’s famous series, Twilight, an application called The Iceberg Reader is featuring her second book, New Moon, directly from the iPhone and iPod Touch.