Amazon Introduces Kindle MatchBook Service

By Paul Riegler on 30 October 2013
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New Offering is Low-cost Way to Add eBook Copies of Bound Books

Kindle app for iPad

Kindle app for iPad

Amazon introduced Kindle MatchBook, a service that allows customers to add eBook copies of already-purchased bound books to their Kindle library at little or no cost.

Kindle MatchBook, which is also available on new book purchases, allows customers to go back as far as 18 years ago and add digital copies of their purchases for amounts ranging from $2.99 to free.

The MatchBook service supports all Kindle devices as well as Kindle apps for a variety of platforms, including iOS devices such as iPhone and iPad, as well as Android.

Over 70,000 books are available via Kindle MatchBook, and Amazon is adding more titles regularly.

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