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Amazon on Thursday released an update to Stanza that fixes a slew of problems affecting the app when running on iOS 5. But the company's support team suggests that the app will no longer be updated.
The Stanza ebook app hasn't seen an update in nine months and won't run on iOS 5-powered devices. Developer Amazon has yet to comment on the future of the app.
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Subtext, a new iPad reading app released on Tuesday, aims to enhance your e-reading experience with notes from authors, experts, and Subtext community members.
The biography of Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs debuted today at the top of both Amazon's and Barnes & Nobles' bestseller lists.
Amazon on Wednesday announced the launch of Kindle library lending, which will allow Kindle and Kindle app users alike to borrow ebooks from 11,000 local libraries in the United States.
Apple has introduced a new Quick Reads section to the iBookstore. Catering to those looking for something speedy to skim, it bears some similarities to Amazon's Kindle Singles.
Comics publisher IDW is trying something different: The company has released its first foray into the iBookstore, rolling out 20 graphic novels using the new fixed-layout ePub format, in an attempt to target new readers and book-lovers.
A class-action lawsuit accuses Apple of working with publishers to raise the cost of ebooks.
If you can't beat the rules, go around 'em. That seems to be the idea behind Amazon's new web-based Kindle Cloud Reader, a transparent attempt to give iPad readers direct access to both their Kindle books and the Amazon bookstore without cutting Apple a 30-percent slice of the pie.
The digital book frontier has lost a pioneering company with Facebook’s acquisition of Push Pop Press.
Several prominent e-reading apps have updated to remove links to their Web stores, as per Apple's revised content purchasing rules.
Amazon on Monday launched Kindle Textbook Rental, which allows customers to save money on textbook ebooks by renting them from the Kindle Store, instead of buying them outright.
When it comes to reading books on the iPad, there are really two options: Apple's own iBooks and Amazon's Kindle app. Lex Friedman compares and contrasts.
Though the widely reported June 30 deadline for developers to comply with Apple's in-app content rules has passed, Macworld has learned that the company does intend to enforce the new policy and remove violating apps from the App Store.