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December 08, 2013

"At Last, The 'Netflix For Books' Is Here"

Could be good

Meet Oyster, the book subscription app that wants to do for books what Netflix did for movies and what Spotify did for music; provide an all-you-can-read experience for a monthly fee.

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Clay

Don't we already have a library?

John Henry

I went and poked around and it looks really good if it does like they say.

Unfortunately, to use it you have to have an Apple device.

I'll go back to pencil and paper before I ever own another Apple device.

If it were available for Android, I would sign up in a heartbeat for at least the trial offer.

John Henry

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