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Lovereading adds iBooks to site
27.04.11 | Jenny Roper
Book recommendation website Lovereading.co.uk has added Apple's iBooks to its e-book recommendations section.
As well as pointing readers in the direction of ePub and Kindle formats, Lovereading.co.uk will now feature an 'iBookstore recommends' list of six new titles a month selected by the editorial team at iBooks. The site has also integrated all iBooks on the iBookstore to their site.
The intention is to create a 'one stop shopping' site for the three most popular e-book formats. Peter Crawshaw, director and co-founder of the site, said: "we are very excited about adding a new expert voice to the site, supporting what we believe will become a very influential e-book format."
He added: "these days no one has time to go to a number of different sites to find out what is available and at what price. So we can now recommend great stories and now, uniquely, offer them in the widest possible range of formats."