And why can’t they be cheaper? I hate to spend money!
Okay, they’re not getting all that much cheaper, but they seem to be at least co-operating.
ZDNet recently had an article that B&N is creating an e-book reader app for the iPad. It should be available by April.
The B&N e-book reader app will be specifically designed for the iPad, including access to the B&N eBookstore plus any content in a particular user’s existing B&N digital library. That includes any content downloaded to the Nook...That sounds, to me, like a step in the right direction. So, I zipped over to read what B&N had to say.
To be released around the time of iPad’s expected availability, the new Barnes & Noble eReader will join our growing list of free eReader software for most computing and mobile devices including PC, Mac, iPhone, iPod touch and Blackberry…Okay, let’s keep this momentum going, guys. Cooperate and you’ll get more sales, in my opinion.