Reading comic books on smaller screens is tough. To make out the text, you often have to zoom in, missing out on the complex layouts and art. Comics should be enjoyed as a whole, and that’s tough when you’re reading them on a phone or small tablet.
Google has come up with a solution based ... Read More »
Much like the Amazon Fire line, Barnes & Noble used to sell NOOK-branded Android tablets modified with a custom interface specifically for consuming B&N media. But unlike the Amazon Fire line, the NOOK didn’t do so well and was cancelled. Now the NOOK line is back, but with a less proprietary approach this time around.
Today’s a great day for app lovers. Touted as “Netflix for books,” Oyster’s all-you-can-eat subscription reading service has just launched on Android bringing with it some 500,000 books all accessible for just $10 a month.
Oyster is called Netflix for books for a reason. Not only is the business model identical, but it’s also just ... Read More »
If you’re a fan of Star Wars (or visit social media at all), you know the significance of May 4th. May 4th is Star Wars day, and to celebrate, Google has put up a new page on the Play Store with some sales on Star Wars related apps, games, and books. Unfortunately, the movies are ... Read More »
Yesterday Google announced they had recorded 25 billion downloads from the Google Play store and they placed the top Android apps on sale for $0.25 to celebrate. Today they have a fresh selection of books, magazines, movies, and music to choose from. If you have never purchased other types of content from Google Play, ... Read More »
Google just took the wraps off a new version of the Market app, and all we can say is: “Wow.” This new version of the Market is, without question, one of Google’s most beautiful and easy to use Android applications. The Mountain View company has completely overhauled the way the Market works, looks ... Read More »
As we have now reached the month of August, summer is coming to a close and millions of college students around the country are cramming in as much fun as they can before they need to once more start thinking about heading back to school.
Popular textbook money-saving search engine CampusBooks has released an Android ... Read More »