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Kindle Paperwhite

New Kindle w/ a 6" hi-res display & built-in light

Readwise Beta

Effortlessly rediscover and organize your Kindle highlights

Readwise sends you a daily email which helps you retain & organize your Kindle highlights effortlessly ✨ Resurface, categorize, and actually remember the lessons from books you read.

Thebookseller
The founders of new Silicon Valley startup, Readwise, want to help non-fiction e-book readers "read better, read more, and forget less". The pitch Readwise is new publishing software that helps non-fiction e-readers to harness their unused reading data (such as notes and highlights) to get more out of ebooks.
8 Alternatives to Readwise Beta

Nimbooks

Host all your digital reads in one place

Put your digital books, magazines and comics onto our Cloud Bookcase. Manage as you please and read on your devices, for FREE. Nimbooks supports popular formats as epub, mobi, pdf, cbr/cbz, fb2, lit, azw and acsm, on both e-ink readers and mobile devices. (still Beta: works on desktop Chrome only)

Short video here: https://vimeo.com/107166493

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Nick Lekuona- Chief Reader at Nimbooks.
Been working on Nimbooks since 2012 now. Project started as a pure B2C product but, as it evolved, it became evident that it was not the right approach in order to provide resources to maintain the platform, so started moving towards B2B. Being alone on the project means everything takes much longer, so after this time finally managed to find the balance bet… See more
10 Alternatives to Nimbooks

Walmart eBooks

Over 6 million titles to bring with you anywhere

Find the latest popular bestsellers, beloved classics, and originals and exclusives you won't find anywhere else. The free app lets you listen on the go, and get the best deals on audiobook subscriptions. Whether you want to explore a new genre or rely on an old favorite, the perfect story is just waiting for every member of the family.

TechCrunch
In January, Walmart partnered with Japanese e-commerce giant Rakuten on online grocery in Japan, as well as the sale of audiobooks, e-books, and e-readers in the U.S. Today, Walmart is capitalizing on that relationship with the launch of a full e-book and audiobook catalog on Walmart.com, alongside...
Engadget
While this is clearly an attempt to challenge part of Amazon's eCommerce business, Walmart will also sell digital book cards in its brick-and-mortar stores. The retailer will only sell digital cards for 40 titles, but you'll be able to get them in 3,500 locations starting this week.
Digital Trends
Walmart is continuing its assault against the likes of Amazon. How? The company has launched Walmart eBooks in partnership with Rakuten Kobo, giving Walmart customers access to Kobo's 6-million-strong library of ebooks, as well as the option of a $9.99-per-month audiobook subscription.
4 Alternatives to Walmart eBooks

Keendly

Deliver articles from RSS to Kindle.

Keendly delivers articles from news aggregators straight to your Kindle so you can sit back and enjoy them like you would enjoy a book.

WWWhat's new? - Aplicaciones, marketing y noticias en la web
Si estáis acostumbrados a leer las noticias y artículos de opinión en vuestros lectores de feed, pero preferiríais hacerlo desde un Kindle, ahora hay una solución. Se trata de la ofrecida por keendly, una aplicación web que lee lo que tenemos en nuestro lector de feeds para ofrecer la posibilidad de enviarlo a nuestro kindle con un solo click, permitiendo as… See more
Softonic
It's undeniable: digital books just keep climbing. At every turn, more electronic devices are sold for consuming , though it's true that the skyrocketing growth of previous years has slowed down. However, there's a problem. Or rather, there's a lack of awareness: many users don't know how to make the most of their ebook, in this case Kindle, the most famous … See more
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