carries statements from Spotify CEO Daniel Ek that shoot down this rumor. Spotify is not ruling out to build a video service, but not anytime soon. It does make sense as Spotify has its hands full making the music service a viable business. It is also not the case that streaming video services are a gold mine. Netflix is struggling to make it work.
E-book subscription service Oyster has released its platform for Android devices, as well as Kindle Fire and Nook HD e-readers. Typography, layouts, a refreshed color palette and other refinements are included with the release; Oyster's four themes have been revised alongside the new Wythe theme designed for outdoor reading. Book details now include a "read time" estimation for how long it will take to finish a book, and the color palette becomes complementary to the cove ... Source: MacNN
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Jun 17 2014, 4:31pm CDT
By Chris Morris
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - On today’s APP-tastic and outta SITE – Readly.
Print’s not dead, but you might have a hard time convincing certain magazine publishers that it’s thriving.
Readly is a Spotify of sort for magazine fans, letting you swipe through the latest issues of dozens of magazines for a fixed $10 fee per month.
Best of all, it comes with a free two-week trial so you can test it out before committing.
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