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iBooks 1.1.1 Adds Support For Audio And Video Content To eBooks

July 19th, 2010 07:51 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

How iBooks will tackle Kindle threat

Apple has just released a new version of iBooks (v1.1.1), Apple’s App Store for books.

The latest version of iBooks adds support for audio and video content to ebooks.

Amazon had recently released an updated version of Kindle iOS app, a competing app that also added audio and video support.

Source: iBooks 1.1.1 Adds Support For Audio And Video Content To eBooks

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