Go take a look at the eReader app over at the Apple iTunes Store (you'll need to get the latest version of iTunes to do so). There are also apps "of" books themselves available for free.
Sadly, none of the apps available to download now are useable until Apple releases the 2.0 version of its iPhone/iTouch software tomorrow.
Yes, a number of books are available on iTunes now. You have to look for them in the app store though - they do not show up as an option in the library or store panes.
That's what I want to do. Read a book on a fucking cell phone.
So long as they're free, sounds like a plan.
Otherwise, nobody I know is even slightly interested, and most of my friends love to read.
Been there. Tried that. But I'm sure once it's on the iPhone it will be "revolutionary".
ive had the ereader on my iphone since this morning, i have to say its one of the least 'wow' apps i've tried out, but it works better than i thought it would.
@3 - Tru dat.
I already have enough trouble trying to read web pages/email on the iPod, let alone a 300-page novel.
Call it the iStrain.
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