You’ve probably heard the news – Amazon recently introduced the Kindle Unlimited Service. What does it mean for its subscribers? In short, they get access to more than 600,000 e-books and thousands of audiobooks for $9.99 per month.
The service is a significant improvement to Amazon’s existing offering. Its current selection of e-books, Kindle Owners Lending Library, works only with Kindle devices and allows users to check one free book per month. But, Kindle Unlimited Service gives users access to a large amount of unlimited e-books from the Kindle reading library that can be read on a Kindle, tablets with free Kindle reading apps, iOS and Android devices, and on Windows and Mac desktops and laptops.
According to Mashable, subscribers will have access to a broad selection of books and will not have a limit as to how long they can hold onto a book. Members will, though, be limited to holding 10 digital books at a time. In addition, Amazon said there would be no waiting list on Kindle Unlimited Service.
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