Library loan book into the digital era and the reader in an e-book swap
Consumers in the e-reader down their arms, a smartphone with their hands or a PC connected to the internet queue to borrow digital books from your local library or their friends.
For years people have been able to easily share their favorite novels to their friends, but with the advent of e-books, and publishers concerned with issues of digital rights management, book loans taken a new level of complexity.
But not always so difficult to share the e-book with your friends. Companies such as Amazon and websites such as http://www.takeitfree.net/optin/takefree/ push to bring the book back to the main loan.
Amazon on April 20 announced it will soon launch a Kindle Lending Library. The new feature allows people with devices Kindle or Kindle for free Android apps, iPad, iPod Touch, iPhone, PC, Mac, BlackBerry, or Windows Phone to check the digital books from their local library and temporarily store it on their devices.
"We are very pleased that millions of customers Kindle can borrow books from your local library turned on them," said Jay Marine, Director, Amazon Kindle.
Unlike the physical copies of books that people borrow from their libraries, creditors can create and maintain their explanation in the library e-book-borrowing.
Amazon partners with US-based digital content solutions company too much work to implement the Kindle Lending Library in the United States, where the reader should be able to use this feature before the end of the year.
But there is no need to wait for the end of the year to start borrowing e-books.
Websites like http://www.takeitfree.net/optin/takefree/ formed to facilitate the e-book lending and borrowing between members.
Ebook Lending Library Wiki is a community-proposed list of places around the world where you can borrow for free e-book, or with a small annual fee - you may be surprised to find your local library is a collection of e-book that you can borrow for free .
Readers worldwide can access and borrow eBooks working too much from their local library via the mobile and desktop applications Overdrive's. This application provides access to digital books to more than 13,000 libraries worldwide.