Sony + Kobo to provide Sony Reader, Xperia tablet/smartphone users with more than 4 million eBooks content

Sony + Kobo to provide Sony Reader, Xperia tablet/smartphone users with more than 4 million eBooks content
Sony Electronics partners with Kobo to bring Kobo's catalogue of more than 4 million eBooks, magazines and newspapers, graphic novels, and kids content to Sony's Reader, and Sony's Xperia tablet and smartphone users in the US and Canada. Sony's Reader Store customers and their current eBook libraries will transfer to the Kobo ecosystem starting in late March. Reader Store customers will be able to take advantage of Kobo's new dedicated Kids Store and magazine experience, and have full access to purchase the most popular bestsellers. The free, top-ranking Kobo App for Android will be pre-loaded on select Sony Xperia smartphones and tablets. Timing and availability may vary by market and carrier.

If you’re not familiar with the Kobo's World Class eBookstore you should know that Kobo serves 18 million readers around the world and works with 1.3 million authors to deliver one of the world's best catalogues of more than 4 million eBooks, magazines, and newspapers. From bestselling authors like Dan Brown, Jodi Picoult, Margaret Atwood, John Grisham, Khaled Hosseini, Nora Roberts, and Gillian Flynn, to popular magazines like People, Vanity Fair, Macleans, Food & Wine, and Today's Parent.

Sony's WiFi Reader will also harness the wide variety of content available via the Kobo eBookstore. Sony's current Reader Store customers in the US and Canada will have access to the Kobo eBookstore starting in late March via a simple and easy migration process, and Sony's Reader Store will close in late March. Reader Store customers will receive an email from Sony with instructions on how to easily transfer their library to a Kobo account. Until that time, Sony's customers can continue to purchase eBooks from Sony's Reader Store.
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