Kindle MatchBook is a service offered by Amazon that has been launched just today. The idea behind this service is for Amazon to offer a digital version of the books that their customers have in their possession. The talk was for Amazon to start with a listing of 10,000 copies of books. What was a big surprise has been the number that they have listed in their service, which stands at a whopping 70,000 titles.
People who have availed of the Amazon site for purchasing their books from 1995 would now find matching books when they log in to the Amazon Kindle MatchBook service. Their previously ordered manual book turns out to be a futuristic action with the service coming out with the digital edition of the matching books today. Readers need just to connect to the service from whatever device they have like Android or iPad or a Kindle eReader.
There are few other interesting features that readers would find on the Kindle MatchBook service site. There is WhisperSync and X-Ray which has been seen on the Kindle eReader for those who are aware. These functions help in searching for the title most suitable for the particular reader.
The books that are being listed at the MatchBook site comprise of both free and paid titles. The maximum that the users are likely to be charged for the corresponding eBook versions is $2.99 USD. The free books are those that have been in the public domain or Amazon has been giving them for free in the past as well.
A visit to the site and checking out the various books and details would be very much a wise decision for avid readers.