Amazon has expanded its Kindle store to Germany, making it the largest e-bookstore in that country.
The collection encompasses over 650,000 titles, including thousands of German classics, 25,000 German-language titles and 71 of 100 Spiegel bestsellers. Naturally, German-language newspapers and magazines will be available to peruse in digital form by single purchase or subscription. Those subscriptions will also be available with a free 14-day trial.
And just like with Kindle purchases in the United States, titles purchased from the German Kindle Store will be able to be synced across multiple devices sporting Kindle apps, such as PCs, Macs, iPhones, iPads and Android-based devices.
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