ORLANDO -- It took quite awhile for Blio to get its interactive e-reading application ready, but now it's going full throttle with the announcement that the software will be pre-loaded on select future T-Mobile USA products.
Those devices haven't been specified, but we know that they'll be running on Android. When officially launched, T-Mobile customers will have access to the Baker & Taylor-powered Blio storefront, filled with more than 3 million paid and free titles. Users will also be able to sync and view content purchased on T-Mobile products with Windows computers.
No word on whether or not this deal could change with the AT&T acquisition, but if anything actually did change, it won't be for awhile.
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