As was expected, Apple has just released iBooks app for iPhones iPod touches running the newly released iOS 4. This release basically makes iBooks a universal binary, which means that you can run the same app on both the iPhone and iPad.
The official Kindle app for iPad has now arrived on the iTunes App Store, and with it brings over 450,000 books, magazines and newspapers from the Kindle platform over to the iPhone, iPod touch and now the iPad. This new version of Kindle app is specially optimized for the larger high resolution display of the iPad to make sure everything looks crisp and sharp, in a beautiful, easy-to-use interface.
Just about a few days ago, Amazon revealed Kindle 2 – a book reading device from Amazon which allows you to read books via a 6″ display screen on the device. Advantages include being able to download book through a wireless connection that connects directly to Amazon’s Kindle Store that boast over 90,000 popular titles.