The main advantage is that Kindle users can access more than 1,400 newspapers from 93 countries in 44 languages.
According to the PRWEB: “Some of the top titles available from around the world include The Washington Post, New York Post, San Francisco Chronicle, Globe and Mail, National Post, The Guardian, Daily Mail, International Herald Tribune, Irish Independent, Le Figaro, The Australian, New Zealand Herald, Gazeta Wyborcza, Marca, Bangkok Post, and Kommersant, to name just a few.“
Kindle stands among, including PCs, Macs, smartphones, iPhones, iPod Touch and BlackBerry devices, Sony and IREX digital readers, and, soon, Interead’s COOL-ER, that are supported by PressReader.
So I can congratulate, my friend, George with this novelty. As a Kindle owner, he can now enjoy a more authentic, graphically rich and sustainable reading experience than currently exists with other newspaper editions for Kindle. According to PRWEB main advantages are:
- All original content (including photos and images) is presented in a familiar newspaper layout.
- Intuitive navigation controls are built in, along with thumbnails, and cross-linking within multi-page articles.