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Entitle Brings Its Subscription E-Books To E-Ink Readers, Including The Nook
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13 Apr 2014 11:35 PM EST

Entitle Brings Its Subscription E-Books To E-Ink Readers, Including The Nook

When e-book service Entitle launched last December, one of the main selling points was the idea that subscribers truly own their books. Now the company says it has given users even more control by allowing them to transfer books to their Nook, Kobo, or Sony Reader. Until now, it seems that subscription e-book services have focused on the big app ecosystems and on tablets, rather than e-ink readers. However, CEO Bryan Batten said e-ink support has been the biggest request from Entitle’s initial users. Since launch, Entitle says it has added 10 new publishers and 50,000 new books.

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