If you’re addicted to books and you are from Australia then it’s a good news for you as Amazon launched its book subscription service, Kindle Unlimited in Australia.
The service, which will cost users $13.99 a months, includes tens of thousands of Australia’s best-selling titles besides over one million Kindle Titles. Essentially, it’s Netflix-for-Books. They can also read Man Booker Prize-winning The Sellout.
Don’t worry you need not to buy the service at the moment as company is offering signups for a 30-day free trial for the service and if you want to continue with the service then you will be charged monthly. It can be used through their Kindle App on Android and iOS handsets or on dedicated Kindle devices, now sold through JB Hi-Fi.
Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited service launched more than two years ago in the United States, in July 2014, for $US10 per month, and also includes audiobooks, which the Australian version lacks.