Web-based reader store from Sony

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Do you know sony has implemented web-based reader store. Does anyone know whether its a paid store or free store?

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Web-based reader store from Sony

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The best reading experience is offered to continue the mission of  “The Reader Store”. It is happy to announce a new web-based reader store and Android Reader App, providing you more freedom to enjoy by reading the content you like very much.

            It’s a paid store. Anyone can have the access right from any computer and web browser, providing access to sign in their Reader Store accounts. And users can have the comfort of purchasing  content without having to install any application to you computer. User can explore the next story and  buy it whenever it is well-situated. And it is so simple for user. Such as when you buy an eBook from any web browser will be waiting for you on your Reader application or cordless device. So in new ways user can download and read contents.

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It’s pretty obvious after visiting the site that it is not the kind of e-store that offers eBooks for free. The new web-based Reader Store from Sony was announced on their official blog site around middle of 2012. The Reader Store is accessible via its web-based version using any web browsers and through the Android™ Reader App which can be downloaded and installed on any Android-operated Smartphone. The site is not actually free for anyone to read a story. You need of course to create an account before you are allowed to access an eBook.

And based on the information displayed on the site, each of the eBooks available in there has their own individual price which puts it to a paid site. The new web-based version of the Reader Store can be accessed either using Microsoft Windows or Mac OS X and supports the latest versions of major web browsers such as Google Chrome, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, and Safari. If you want to know the latest announcements, visit their official blog site at SONY® – make.believe. To visit the Reader Store, visit SONY – make.believe | Reader™ Store.

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