Posted on November 25, 2019 at 4:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Nate Hoffelder came across a post expressing hope that we’ll someday have a “books anywhere” service.
The author of the original post was inspired by the launch of a US-only service called Movies Anywhere, which lets you stream a film you bought on both the original service (Amazon Prime Video, for example) on a different one (say, AppleTV or Vudu).
Hoffelder agrees that having that feature for books would be fantastic — but he doesn’t want anyone to hold their breath.
Read his take on the unlikelihood of booksellers agreeing to play nice in such a manner on The Digital Reader.
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