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Comixology Disables Purchases On iOS

Posted at 12:06PM Sunday 27 Apr 2014

Just weeks after Amazon purchased Comixology the comic book company has released a new app for iOS that disables the ability to purchase new content. The read only app encourages users to buy comics from the Comixology website instead of one click purchases.


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