fastcompany

fastcompany:

Spotify for books? 

The basic premise of Oyster's invite-only iPhone app, which launches today, is simple: For a flat fee of $9.95 per month, members will gain access to Oyster's catalog of more than 100,000 (and growing) books, which at launch includes titles from hundreds of publishers, including HarperCollins, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and the large e-books distributor Smashwords.

Oyster makes two promises to book lovers on the go: great simplicity and great discovery. Check it out.

this is so so stupid


 

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    Also called a Library, and they’re free.
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    this is so so stupid
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    Watch out Kindle, Scoop…