Originally Posted by tubemonkey
Does this mean libraries will have to buy books in Kindle format too? Their budgets are already strained.
If so, how do they decide which format to buy when they're only buying one copy? When buying multiple copies, will they split the order and get 1/2 ePub and 1/2 Kindle; thereby doubling wait times when all copies are checked out?
OverDrive is pleased to announce that AmazonŽ Kindle compatibility with your U.S. public or school library’s eBook collection is here. See the press release. This update, which is included at no additional cost to OverDrive partner libraries,
allows most existing eBooks in your library’s collection to be read on all Kindle devices or by using free Kindle apps for iPhoneŽ, iPadŽ, Android™ and other mobile devices.
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