There are now many ways for self-publishers to get into the Apple iBookstore for the iPad. Unfortunately, the ebooks haven’t gotten any better. A look at different iBooks and a comparison to Kindle’s ebooks and a printed book are shown.
A few weeks ago Smashwords made it possible to get self-published books into Apple’s iBookstore for sale on the iPad, and from what I read there are already several thousand Smashwords titles in the iBookstore. Some of Apple’s approved content aggregators have also put out mechanisms for making contact with content creators and rights holders. […]
In the run-up to the release of the Apple iPad, which will certainly challenge the Amazon Kindle in the eReader world, Amazon has released its Kindle for Mac software and announced a version that will run on the iPad. Although the Kindle reader had been available on PCs for several months, the Mac version is […]
With bated breath we await the arrival in a few days of the Apple iPad. This new tablet computer may—or may not—deliver an entirely new model of eBook distribution, finally clearing a path to the future from the jungle of confusion publishers and retailers seem to be in at the moment. Apple will supply a […]