By Tyler Lee
A few days ago, it was reported that Amazon was planning on introducing an unlimited Kindle service. Basically it involves users subscribing to the Kindle Unlimited service at $9.99 a month and gain access to pretty much the entire Kindle library at Amazon. Sounds like a good deal, right?
Well if you’re an avid reader and you think that you will be able to make your money worthwhile, you might be pleased to learn that Amazon has officially launched the Kindle Unlimited service. The information seems to the same as what we saw the other day, which was pretty much Amazon announcing it ahead of it.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Kindle Unlimited has its own “Free” buttons on Amazon; i.e., when you find a book you want, be careful to choose the Kindle Unlimited
Free” button–not the “One-Click” or other buttons. If you use “One-Click”, you will be charged and have to figure out how to cancel the order.
- Amazon’s all-you-can-read Kindle Unlimited is now official at $9.99 per month (theverge.com)
- Kindle Unlimited launches: 600,000 all-you-can-read e-books for $10 per month (techhive.com)
- Amazn officially unveils eBook subsciption service Kindle Unlimited (news.yahoo.com)
- Kindle Unlimited review: Amazon’s ebook rental service is actually limited (ibnlive.in.com)
- Kindle Unlimited: Amazon starts new program for book readers (examiner.com)
- Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited is like the Netflix of e-books (techi.com)
- Kindle Unlimited earmarks $800k extra for self-publishers (slashgear.com)
- How Kindle Unlimited compares with Scribd, Oyster (miamiherald.com)
- Amazon Launches Kindle Unlimited, Will Take it International in September or October (the-digital-reader.com)