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Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by Holly, May 30, 2010.
Check out the iBook store under "released date". There is an iPad manual as a free download.
whats that have to do with canadians?
Well Mike.... Our choice of books is very limited here until Apple works something out with the publishers. Winnie the Pooh and this are the only things we can access that are not part of the Gutenberg Project. It is useful for all newbies so maybe I was remiss in not drawing it to everyones attention. Thanks for correcting me.
Downloaded it as well. Great read if you're bored lol.... Some neat tips and tricks.
I thought it was just me that was sick of Winnie the Pooh. I downloaded the Kindle application and have been buying books from Amazon.com - they opened up the Kindle ownloads to any country that now sells the iPad.
Sick of Winnie ther Pooh. Sacrilege.
Evil Dr. Porkchop declares "Death by Monkeys!"
This was an earlier post I made. The iBook store has expanded the choice of books available.
I know too bad for Apple too I go tired of waiting bought books from Kobo and I am not going to start buying books from iBooks.
I discovered that any books I was interested in were far less expensive on Amazon although I do like the iBook format. Cost supersedes format in this case.