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Old 28-Feb-2010
Scribd Introduces a Mobile Service

Document sharing website Scribd is releasing a mobile service that will be more beneficial for those who read on the go. One should say that the website provides more than 10m documents online, such as books from major publishers like Random House and Simon & Schuster. Moreover, it offers the chance to read their files on any ebook reader or smartphone.
With a simple system to transfer files to their device, you are able to get easy access to much more content. Many people are in two minds what e-reader to choose, also they feel discomfort when getting content onto their devices. It would be a great idea to put all these devices in order it would be possible to read any content on Scribd on a userís device.
Nowadays many ebook readers are offered with new titles through applications that are designed for the makers of their gadget like Amazonís Kindle book catalogue. It is suggested to offer a broad range of material related to devices, such method can boost the popularity of ebooks as well as downloads various types of documents. As a result, sales will be increased, because consumers are able to read the whole information they are going to buy on the web.

Old 01-Mar-2010
Und3rgr0und J4tt1
Re: Scribd Introduces a Mobile Service

relnt info

Old 02-Mar-2010
Re: Scribd Introduces a Mobile Service

nice info

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