This is a discussion on Where do YOU get your iBooks from? (for those that don't buy em) within the iBooks forums, part of the iPad App Store category; Originally Posted by ExcuseMeMissPTD I have never seen that "Steal this Book" before! That's funny! Will have to go research it now :-) Amazon and ...
Im looking for the same thing... I usually buy the paper books, but just got an ipad, doesnt make sense to buy the paper version and the ebook. Curious if theres a repo out there with new bestsellers/biographies?
Not sure you can actually read...
I already own the physical books, just got my ipad, want the E-book and was curious if theres a place to get them.... Dont want to actually have to buy the e-book since I already own the physical one.
P.s. I prefer better real book than my ipad. Just using it more to watch movies or read daily news.
Last edited by iPadCharlie; 11-19-2010 at 04:54 AM. Reason: Removed link and reference to ebook scam
I'm going to start getting mine from the library. BlueFire Reader now supports library loans. I also see that OverDrive is coming out with their own IPad reader app that will make getting library books even easier. I can't wait.
I just found out about the Bluefire app a few days ago and it is long over due! (No pun intended!). I really think the OverDrive people got sold a bill of goods when they decided to go with Adobe Digital Editions because it shut out all of the Apple mobile device users. I guess they were the first (and probably only?) company to develop a DRM scheme that would only allow the publication to be viewable for a specific length of time.