Amazon launches a new service for the voracious book readers in India. Named as Kindle Unlimited, the subscription based service will allow readers to read as many books they want to in a month.
The subscription will offer books across genres of literature, fiction, health, productivity, business and economics, biographies, children books and many more, including titles like Chetan Bhagat's Half Girlfriend, Making India Awesome, Immortals of Meluha by Amish, The One You Cannot Have by Preeti Shenoy, Daily Inspiration from the Monk Who Sold His Ferrari by Robin Sharma, War Brides by Helen Bryan, All I Need Is You by Julia London, Stay Hungry Stay Foolish by Rashmi Bansal, 13 Steps to Bloody Good Luck by Ashwin Sanghi.
The subscription will also offer new releases and Kindle bestseller books or can help you search books with a page count of 100 or less. The Kindle Unlimited service will also offer whispesync, popular highlights, X-Ray and customer reviews.
Once you subscribe to the service, you can access books across any Kindle e-book devices and free Kindle reading apps for iPhone, iPad, Android tablets and phones, PC and Mac.
Customers can also sign up for six months for Rs 999 (Rs 195 savings) or 12 months for Rs 1,799 (Rs 589 savings). From September 2 through September 30, readers can get their first month of subscription for Rs 99 by visiting www.amazon.in/kindleunlimited.
"With Kindle Unlimited, we're making reading more accessible than ever. For less than the average price of one hardcover bestseller, we've made the best digital library in the world available to every corner of India," Kindle Content director Sanjeev Jha said.
"Whether you like thrillers, romance novels, Sci-Fi or children's books, with Kindle Unlimited everyone will have the chance to discover not only well-established but also new authors of every genre," he added.