Safari Books Brings Digital Library of Tech and Professional Titles to Android

Want to get some extra info on things like JAVA, Web Development, Network Administration, or Digital Media?  How about reading a book on it on the go from your Android device?  Safari Books Online now lets you purchase a book, and share the info with others all from your Android handset, and above all, there’s a FREE trial.

Safari Books Online’s website describes their feature as:

Safari Books Online is an on-demand digital library that provides searchable, online access to the full content of thousands of books, prepublication manuscripts, short documents, articles and training videos from the world’s leading authors and publishers. For one low monthly price, Safari Books Online delivers access to the most current and critical technology, digital media and professional development titles, as well as time-saving tools that make it easy for you to organize information and personalize your learning experience

Head on over and take a look, give it a go, and let us know what you think!

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