eBooks are files that can be read on a variety of digital devices: a tablet, iPad, smartphone, computer, laptop, ereader etc. eBooks have advantage of being highly portable, space saving, you can store many ebooks on your digital device plus, in most instances they are cheaper than their hard copy, printed versions.
In addition because eBook they are on a digital format device, the page type can be magnified for those with poor eyesight. It's even possible with certain products to have the text read out loud to you.
The ebooks on this pafe are all Fitness eBooks and are very inexpensive, providing the user with a simple beginner reference library on all things fitness and weight-loss related.
In August 2000, it was forcast that ebooks would comprise 10% of the book buying market by 2005. An optimistic prediction that failed to produce.
The bestselling ebooks have only managed to sell around 1,000 copies each, and most of them sell fewer. So although and amazing way to deliver inexpensive reading and resource material to your digital device, it seems we're still n love with owning the printed versions.
The tactile experience can't be replicated by an iPad, but sometimes havein both a hard and digital copy of your favourite books, provides even more reading and relaxation examples. Why take 2 or three novels on holiday with you when you can just take your iPad leaving your hard copies at home sefe on teir shelves.