Jul 07 AT 1:12 PM Anthony Domanico 11 Comments

Borders launches eBook Android application for Android 2.0+ users

The eBook train is a rollin’ in recent weeks, as Borders has just announced the release of an eBook Android application for its newly launched eBook service, powered by Kobo. The summer of 2010 will likely go down (in my mind anyway) as the summer of eBooks, as the Border’s release comes right on the heels of Amazon’s Kindle and Kobo’s standalone eBook reader applications.

I’m all for choice when it comes to eBook reader applications, as the more apps there are, the more book offerings there are likely to be. The Border’s eBook application is likely to bring with it a strong selection of ebooks from Border’s library and will likely be a solid addition to the Android ebook repertoire.

If you’re into eBooks on your Android phone, I’d encourage you to head over to the market (or scan the QR code above) and check out the Border’s eBooks application. After all, if you don’t like it, there are plenty of other choices for your eBook reading pleasure. The Borders application is available in the U.S. only and for Android 2.0 and above.

Source: Borders

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