Book Applications for Blackberry
Like reading but don’t want to carry books everywhere? Now read books on your Blackberry smartphone where-ever you want.
Choose from over 2.2 million affordable titles, including 1 million FREE, Kobo Store. Previews make finding the perfect book even easier, and text options let you control the reading experience. Read the books you want, the way you want.
Some highlights …
• It’s easy to add books, and just as easy to read them
• Adjustable text guarantees an enjoyable reading experience
• Millions of free and affordable books available in the Kobo Store
• Offline reading lets you download and read books wherever you go
• SD support lets you carry more books
• Automatic bookmarking means you’ll never lose your place
• Bluetooth® support lets you sync your Kobo eReader wirelessly
Zinio is the premier app for magazines, giving readers immediate access to thousands of global titles. Read and download single issues or subscriptions of your favorite magazines and sync your library to your home computer, smart phone and tablet seamlessly. Keep up with trending topics and stories from magazines like Rolling Stone, The Economist, Hello!, US Weekly, T3, Macworld, Travel + Leisure and many more.
Comics for BlackBerry PlayBook (Rs. 111)
Start reading your comics everywhere and download the Comic s application. It will allow you to escape reality wherever, whenever and even save the page you’re at if you have to run from that other dimension.
The latest version of Comics now supports swiping to change pages and features a library. Just place your comic book files anywhere on the device, press scan and Comics finds your comics for you. It also features pinch-to-zoom and a complete settings menu to configure Comics to your liking.
The Archie Comics line of comic books is one of the most successful, longest running brands in the history of the comic industry. Archie Comics have sold 1.5 billion comics and are published in a dozen different foreign languages and distributed all over the world. Archie Comics has spawned characters whose popularity has spilled over into other media and who have become part of popular culture.
Amar Chitra Katha- Historical Comics (Rs. 111)
The Amar Chitra Katha application by Zero-Sum brings you all the latest comics from the house of Amar Chitra Katha, India’s largest selling comic book series. Amar Chitra Katha synonymous with the visual reinvention of the quintessentially Indian stories from the great epics, mythology, history, literature, oral folktales and many other sources.
Moby Dick (Rs. 37)
Written by one of America’s greatest authors, Moby-Dick is a work of tremendous power and depth–one of world literature’s great poetic epics. In the novel, published in 1851 after sixteen months of writing, Herman Melville recounts the Promethean quest of Captain Ahab, who, having lost a leg in an earlier battle with White Whale, is determined to catch the beast and destroy y it. By the time readers meet Ahab, he is a vengeful, crazed, and terror-provoking figure, for Moby-Dick has come to represent for him all the evil in the world.
The relentless voyage of Ahab and his crew, a finely etched group of weird and wonderful characters who seem both flesh-and-blood individuals and symbolic of the varying qualities of men, becomes a masterful drama of life at sea. The drama is made more fascinating by Melville’s eloquent style–a combination of the journalistic, colloquial, and poetic–and the themes and subjects he pursues–whales and whaling; man’s need for love and comradeship; and the fury of Ahab for the whale. Through realistic storytelling, symbolic allegory, and allusive and figurative language, Melville achieves in Moby-Dick a special intensity that readers will marvel at, and not soon forget.
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