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Oyster all you can read digital book service hits browsers

Oyster digital book service is now available via browsers on PCs
| Business, Financial & Legal News | Posted: Jul 25, 2014 4:06 pm

If you really like to read a lot, you may already have a subscription to Oyster. Oyster is a subscription service that gives you access to around 100,000 digital books for a monthly fee of $9.95. The service has been around for about ten months now and started on iOS.




Not too long ago Oyster expanded to Android and the Amazon Kindle Fire tablets as well. The library Oyster offers has also grown to about 500,000 titles. Some more good news has come from Oyster this week as it has announced subscribers can now read via a browser.


Begin able to read via a browser means that you can open your favorite book on a computer and read all you want. Amazon plans to compete with Oyster and recently announced Kindle Unlimited with 600,000 titles available for the same monthly fee as Oyster.


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