According to The Huffington Post:
He noted that publishers have reported that, already, 22% of eBook sales are through iBooks….Jobs also announced that since the launch of the iBookstore 65 days ago, "users have downloaded over 5 million books" -- about 2.5 books per iPad, he said.Good news. Now for the app news:
First, Apple has added a Stickies-like note-taking feature, and has a new bookmarking tool. The biggest news, however, is that iBooks will now allow users to read PDF files just like they would eBooks.
You’ll have a whole new bookshelf to display your PDF books.
And the last bit of news:
…users will be able to sync their books across all of their Apple devices….First, you can purchase and download a book. It will download wirelessly. You can download the same book to all your devices at no extra charge. Buy it on your iPad, download to your iPhone. And iBooks will automatically and wirelessly sync your current place, all your bookmarks, and all your notes."Good news for iPad and iPhone users. Also good for those who use the other eReaders. No doubt, they will soon follow suit in order to stay competitive.
I know quite a few of you have your books available in PDF form. Is this good news for you?