Evans retains iPad top spot, as Apple sells 2m

<p>Chris Evans&#39; autobiography <em>It&#39;s Not What You Think</em> has retained its number one slot in the iPad paid-for chart, since the device was launched on Friday. </p><p>The book, originally published by HarperCollins last October, is available on the iBookStore for &pound;3.99. The mass market edition carries a recommended retail price of &pound;7.99, and has been selling at around &pound;5.20 at UK bookshops on average in recent weeks. </p><p>However Jeremy Clarkson&#39;s <em>For Crying Out Loud </em>(Penguin) has slipped from second place to seventh. The 2008 book, which is selling for &pound;6.49 via Apple, is &pound;1.50 cheaper than the mass market paperback edition, and 26p less than the average selling price over the last month. <br />Sneaking into second position is Quick Reads novel <em>The Perfect Murder</em>, by Peter James (Pan Macmillan), which is selling for its full retail price &pound;1.99. </p><p>Third is Richard Wiseman&#39;s <em>59 Seconds</em> (Pan), which is again selling for the r.r.p of &pound;8.99; Amazon.co.uk is currently selling the paperback for &pound;3.59.</p><p>Within the free books, A A Milne&#39;s <em>Winnie-the-Pooh</em> has kept its top spot, but Apple&#39;s own<em> iPad User Guide</em> has risen to number two.</p><p>Apple announced this weekend it had sold more than two million devices in less than 60 days. The figure includes international sales - as well as the UK, the iPad went on sale in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain and Switzerland on Friday (28th May). </p>