Originally Posted by Jsimon
That's what I've been saying. The other features are nice but it's the ability to use the iPad for public library reading which is revolutionary and the game changer. It turns the iPad into the ultimate ereader and I guarantee turns this app into a major seller even with a price tag attached to it.
I agree it will be very cool and popular. But I would not want to charge money for the only program that read library books on a particular platform. The whole point for me is access to knowledge for every citizen.
That said, I'm also totally for content creators getting financially rewarded for their hard work. And if I can facilitate that and help that grow, I don't feel bad about charging some money for such a service "up stream" from the end-user.