Amazon’s widely talked about e-book reader, the Kindle, is generating even more buzz with news of its release as an application for the iPhone. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), the company revealed Wednesday that their enormous e-book library will be available to millions of iPhone users. The move is reportedly a significant step for the e-book industry, which is now making the same kinds of waves as digital music and film.
The Kindle application is said to be free and available in Apple Inc. stores in the United States. Amazon is reportedly planning to make the feature available globally for iPhone users as well. Users can purchase their e-books on Amazon’s store online, with books being available for as low as 99 cents. Depending on storage space available the Apple phones may be able to hold thousands of books at a time.
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