John Wiley & Sons has signed with Apple’s iBookstore, making books like The Power of Influence by social media entrepreneur Sarah Prout available through the iBooks app. Here’s their press release on the news.
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A selection of Hachette Australia titles are now available as ebooks via Apple’s iBookstore. Ebookish.com.au understands that this is the first time Hachette Australia titles have been made available as ebooks, but we are waiting for confirmation on that.
Paid content has arrived in the Australian version of Apple’s iBookstore.
The Chaser boys have a section in their new iPad app devoted to advice for owners of Apple’s “revolutionary, magical shiny device’’. It suggests that upon removing the iPad from its packaging, users should emit a long “Ooooooohhhh”.
There is a name for it. That euphoric feeling when you are so caught up in an experience, enjoying it so much, that you forget about the rest of the world and its troubles for a while.
Bloomsbury executive director Richard Charkin kept attendees at digital publishing events in Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney entertained while presenting his views on e-books during his visit to Australia last month.
Beatrix Potter’s bunnies must be hopping with excitement. Her classic illustrated children’s books have been adapted for television, film and even ballet. Now Australian developer LoL Software is creating iPhone apps for a dozen of the books for the British arm of Penguin Books.