Borders Partnering With Kobo To Deliver E-Books To Android Devices
Borders Group, Inc. announced recently that they will be partnering with Kobo, Inc. to bring eBooks to mobile devices-including Android. Kobo, Inc., a global eReading service, will power a Borders eBook store that will allow users to download eBooks to mobile devices of all platforms. Through the partnership, users will be able to access books from Borders.com in the near future. I for one am certainly looking forward to the moment this store opens.Â I should also note thatÂ for those of you who are unfamiliar with Kobo, they currently have an excellent app already in the Android Market titled “Shortcovers”, which allows users to build and access a digital library on their mobile device.Â I find it extremely valuable and definitely recommend it.
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