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Five Myths About Book Apps

Posted at 11:31AM Saturday 15 Mar 2014

You can tell the difference between a book app and an ebook: Sometimes you can and sometimes you can't! I often say "a book app is an ebook on steroids" because, from a functionality perspective, you can do so much more with a book app. Ebooks are for reading and book apps are for engaging and interacting.

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