The expansion of digital book reading platforms remains on Amazon’s agenda, especially with the growing competition for its Kindle reader, after the PC and iPhone is now the time for BlackBerry phones to become eBook readers, but only in the North American market. American.
The largest online bookstore today launched the Kindle for BlackBerry application, which can be downloaded for free from the website, after having done the same for the iPhone a few months ago and also for the PC, but has no plans to offer the service outside the United States. United.
Users of RIM mobile phones connected to the networks of AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon and other North American operators can access more than 420,000 books in the Kindle format, including the New York Times best sellers, priced at around $ 9.99.
Amazon also realizes that it intends to soon launch a Kindle application for Mac computers and for the new Apple iPad, which will be launched next month and which also has a dedicated application for reading digital books, the iBook.