Saturday, 19 July 2014

Unlimited Kindling In The Amazon

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See? Bear gets it!

Subscription-based news today, as Amazon have just announced their new Kindle Unlimited service with this video. For $6.99 a month, 'Muricans can get access to every ebook and audiobook on Amazon's store, which is a damn good deal! There's no word on when or whether it will be coming to other territories, but I'm sure it'll be around the same the Fire TV and their new Prime Music service hop across the pond. Amazon's competitors will be the likes of Oyster and Scribd, but with a far superior and numerous ebook collection plus the added force of audiobooks, it seems like Amazon will trump the competition. I'm sure the likes of Ray Mears and Bear Grylls would love some unlimited kindling on their travels.


Anyways, it seems that Amazon is going out on all subscription-based fronts now. It's Amazon Instant Video service is the Netflix of movies, it's launched a Prime Music Spotify-rivalling service that lets Prime subscribers in the US listen to Amazon's huge MP3 collection, and now it's launched Kindle Unlimited. I imagine that Amazon's next move would be a huge all-in-one package, where you could subscribe to Prime, Instant Video, Music and Kindle Unlimited in one click.

What do you guys think? Are you looking forward to Kindle Unlimited? Or do you love the feel of traditional books? Tell us in the comments below!

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