Reading books on the iPad - a preview for those of us without $500 to spare!

by Peta Jinnath Andersen

7 April 2010

 

Wondering if an iPad as e-reader is worth it? Don’t have a spare $500 to find out? Check out Steve Jobs’ preview of iBooks, the iPad reading app.

Of course, iBooks isn’t the only e-reader app for the iPad out there. Industry giant Amazon already has a Kindle app, and a lot of market share. And iBooks isn’t pre-loaded on Apple’s new doohickey, meaning users have to go to the app store—presenting a possibly major stumbling block in Apple’s e-book marketing plan.


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Tibet House's 30th Anniversary Benefit Concert Celebrated Philip Glass' 80th

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