Weekend Roundup: Readmill shutting down. Moving from iPhone to Android and more
April 6, 2014 | 12:21 pm
By Joanna Cabot
Nook Android Update Lets Everyone Sample (GoodeReader)
According to the Google Play store, Nook has been updated to fix bugs, allow users to browse and sample books without an account and to get deal and book notifications.
I began to spend time with people who had these larger Android devices. In January I finally broke down and bought one of my own. It’s been three months now and I’m not sorry that I’ve switched.
Readmill is Shutting Down—What To Do Next (The Digital Reader)
It has now been a week since Readmill announced that they were being acquired by Dropbox, and now that the appropriate mourning period is over it is time to consider what to do next.
A Vision of a Hybrid Bookstore (Futurebook)
What is perhaps in greater danger is the bookstore itself. To understand where the bookstore may be headed, it’s important to look back at where it came from and to see how changes in the book itself resulted in the bookstore as it is today.
Kindle Daily Deals: 50 Mysteries and Thrillers (and others)