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In February, Encyclopaedia Britannica announced the end of an era — the retirement of its printed encyclopedia sets. In April, it launched a new product: Encyclopaedia Britannica for iOS. It's free to download, and you get limited access to the information contained therein; for full access, Encyclopaedia Britannica is asking just AU$14.99 for a year's subscription. Considering how much a full set of Encyclopaedia Britannica used to cost in printed form — and to someone who would spend hours poring over the pages of her parents' encyclopedia set — that price is an absolute score.