Shortcovers Launches EBook Service For IPhone, BlackBerry And Android Phones

Posted: Feb 26 2009, 4:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:13pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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More eBook competition for the Amazon Kindle is coming. Shortcovers is a new service that offers eBooks tailored for mobile phones including the Apple iPhone.
Shortcovers offers special eBook reader apps for iPhone, Blackberry, and Android phones.
Shortcovers mainly offers excerpts, short stories, speeches, etc.; Anything that is easily digested on the go on your mobile phone.
The Shortcovers online and mobile services are free for customers to access and use. There is an abundance of free content available with options to purchase books, chapters where available, and other great content. New eBook titles are cheaper than physical books, and typically priced in the range of $4.99-$19.99. There is also a full library of free public domain books.
Shortcovers is a new digital destination developed by Indigo Books & Music Inc. Shortcovers is a global service. Consumers can buy in U.S. and Canadian dollars, with plans to expand later in 2009.
Via the Shortcovers site.

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