Kindle books, meet iPhone readers

roundup Got an iPhone or iPod Touch? Amazon's new Kindle for iPhone app lets you use those gadgets to read electronic books.

roundup Got an iPhone or iPod Touch? Amazon's new Kindle for iPhone app lets you use those gadgets to read electronic books.

Kindle is not the best iPhone e-reader

Who needs a Kindle when you have an iPhone? We take a look at some of the best ways to read eBooks on your iPhone or iPod Touch.
(Posted in Webware by Don Reisinger)
March 6, 2009 7:30 AM PST

First Look video: Kindle for iPhone

Here are some first impressions of Amazon's new Kindle application for the iPhone and the iPod Touch.
(Posted in The Download Blog by Nicole Lee)
March 4, 2009 5:29 PM PST

Comparing Kindle 2 with Kindle's iPhone app

We came to the conclusion that the Kindle iPhone application is great for reading short passages, but the Kindle 2 is better for longer reading.
(Posted in Crave by Nicole Lee)
• Images: Kindle for iPhone
• E-books lost on Kindle, found on iPod
• Kindle, schmindle...I've got your $350 e-book reader right here
March 4, 2009 4:03 AM PST

Why people won't pay for e-books on the iPhone

While Amazon might be able to find a market for $9.99 books on the Kindle, here's why it won't be selling too many e-books to iPhone users.
(Posted in Fully Equipped by David Carnoy)
March 4, 2009 9:26 AM PST

Kindle opening could cripple iPhone competitors

Amazon's decision to launch an iPhone application for e-books is a one-way street that should drive more Kindle devices and e-books purchased, not fewer.
(Posted in The Open Road by Matt Asay)
March 4, 2009 8:07 AM PST

First impressions of the Kindle iPhone app

At the stroke of midnight Eastern Time, Larry Magid downloaded the Kindle for iPhone applications and found it a bit lacking.
(Posted in Larry Magid at Large by Larry Magid)
March 4, 2009 12:01 AM PST

Amazon offers e-books on Apple devices

Free application will allow users of the iPhone and iPod Touch to read the same e-books, magazines, and newspapers that are sold to Kindle users.
(Posted in Digital Media by Steven Musil)
March 3, 2009 10:20 PM PST

See also:
• Authors Guild: Contracts forced Amazon to flip on Kindle
• More heady Wall Street predictions for Kindle 2
• IBM voice ace: Kindle no threat to audio books
• Full coverage: Kindle 2 unveiling and launch
• Review: Amazon Kindle 2
• Photos: Amazon Kindle 2


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