Amazon Prime Reading Lets Prime Subscribers Read for Free
Amazon today announced Prime Reading, a new benefit for subscribers of Amazon Prime that provides a selection of free books, magazines, and comics each month. Amazon says Prime Reading includes access to more than one thousand popular books, the latest magazines, and exclusive short content all presented within the Kindle app. Prime Reading is available to iPhones, iPads, Android phones, and Android tablets, as well as Amazon's own Fire and Kindle devices. Prime Reading is free to existing Prime subscribers, who already have access to Prime Video, Prime Music, Prime Photos, Audible Channels, and free/expedited shipping. Those who don't already subscribe to Prime can take Prime Reading for a 30-day trial.
Apple Turns the Page On iBooks, Now Apple Books In iTunes App Store
Sep 18, 2018
The new Apple Books reading app is now available to iPhones and iPads in the iTunes App Store. This app replaces the former iBooks app and is what iOS users will use moving forward for consuming books and other materials.
Apple Previews Apple Books App, Which Will Replace iBooks In the Fall
Jun 12, 2018
Apple has a brand new reading app in store for iPhones and iPads later this year. The company offered a brief look at the new Apple Books app during its recent Worldwide Developers Conference, but is now more fully revealing the app and its features.
Google Play Books Turns On Recommendations Engine
Sep 19, 2016
Google today launched a new "Discover" tool within its Google Play Books app and service. Google says the tool is meant to help people find new books based on their interests and what's popular around the web.
Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ Offer Refined Hardware, Improved Camera, AR Emoji
Feb 25, 2018
Samsung today announced the Galaxy S9 and S9+ phones, updates to last year's S8 models. The devices bear a striking resemblance to their predecessors and make only modest changes to the hardware.
Google Seeds Experimental Camera Apps for Android and iOS
Dec 11, 2017
Google today released three photography "appsperiments" that are meant to be fun ways to use your smartphone's camera. The new apps "rely on object recognition, person segmentation, stylization algorithms, efficient image encoding and decoding technologies" to create interesting and unique experiences.