Kobo Store Gets Digital Magazine and Newspaper Subscriptions

Key Point: Kobo’s news stand is similar in scope and pricing as those offerings from competitors Barnes & Noble and Amazon.com, which both offer wirelessly delivered newspaper and magazine subscriptions. Titles are typically priced identically across the various stores. The difference is that for most publications, Kobo also allows users to access subscription content from its iPad and iPhone apps. Last week, Amazon announced it would be making subscription content accessible from its Kindle apps “in the coming weeks.”

My take: interesting to follow…

Link: http://mashable.com/2010/10/27/kobo-magazines-newspapers/

 

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One Response to Kobo Store Gets Digital Magazine and Newspaper Subscriptions

  1. RandomizeME says:

    Magazine subscriptions are better seen on a color screen, so I’m looking forward to the updated Kindle app so I can read the magazine subscriptions on the iPad. Totally found the experience lacking on the monochrome screen.

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