Which is better for books? – Amazon or Amazon Prime?

Which is better for books? – Amazon or Amazon Prime?

August 2, 2021 Comments Off on Which is better for books? – Amazon or Amazon Prime? By admin

The Kindle e-reader has become one of the hottest gadgets on the market and, for many consumers, the company’s brand loyalty has been its most valuable asset.

But a new survey shows the e-book readers are not necessarily a better deal for you than the traditional books in your local library.

The research firm Kantar Worldpanel has analysed Kindle sales from all over the world and found the best way to read a book is through Amazon’s e-readers.

But some books, including some that are usually found in libraries, are better bought on Amazon than their equivalents in bookstores.

“It’s very clear that most people are going to go for Kindle books, even if they are not as good as books in bookshops,” Kantar’s research director, Nick O’Connor, said.

The e-books can read books that are not normally available on the store shelves.

But, Mr O’Brien said, the way to buy them is through the Amazon app, which has the ability to scan books and store them online.

“The Amazon app is an app for the internet, not just for books,” he said.

“So for the most part, Amazon is making the best use of the device for the majority of people.”

The data suggests that most e-reading devices can only read about 75 per cent of books, with the rest going to the local library or to a library branch.

That means Amazon’s customers are spending more on books from the Kindle than from other digital services.

“We have a pretty good idea of the size of the market for e-dictionaries and books at that size,” Mr O ‘Connor said.

Amazon said the average price of a Kindle for the UK was about $99, and that prices had not changed much over the last year.

But it said the most popular books were “books that are very high in quality” and “great value for money”.