Amazon Officially Announces Kindle Unlimited, Offering Endless Reading And Listening For $9.99 A Month


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Amazon officially announced that Kindle Unlimited, an all-you-can eat reading and listening service, that we first mentioned two days ago.

Dubbed a “Netflix for books” by our own Darrell Etherington, the service offers over 600,000 books for free reading on Kindle and Kindle-enabled devices as well as thousands of audiobooks from Audible.

Books include the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, the Hunger Games Trilogy, and Flash Boys, as well as other bestsellers. It also includes access to Kindle-only exclusives as well as older titles from the company’s extensive catalog of older works including To The Lighthouse and Cat’s Cradle.

Most interesting, however, is Whispersync for Voice which allows you to move from reading to listening without losing your place in the book.

The service, at this point, appears unlimited and you can have as many books in your library as you wish. There is a new button in…

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