After launching the service in the US back in October of last year, Amazon has today announced that they will be launching their Amazon Prime Reading service in the UK from today.

This service will be available to all Amazon Prime members in the UK and will allow them to access a number of popular books, magazines, and more as part of their current Amazon prime subscription.

This includes access to over a thousand popular books, a number of magazines from The Week to BBC Gardeners’ World, as well as some exclusive short content, and a range of other exclusive Kindle features from any device, including Kindle devices, the iPhone, iPad, Android tablets, Android phones, PCs, and the Mac.

Alessio Santarelli, EU Kindle Content Director, Amazon said the following about the launch:

“Amazon Prime just got even better with the addition of Prime Reading,  giving customers unlimited access to over a thousand books, including  bestsellers like Harry Potter and the  Philosopher’s Stone, magazines, and comics for no additional cost, Prime members will love the range of books  now available to them on any device, with everything from psychological  thrillers, to business books, the latest travel guides and bestselling  fiction.”

To add to that, Neil  Robinson, Time Inc. UK Digital Director added the following:

“Magazines tap into the passions of consumers, there’s something for  everyone, whether that’s music, sport, wine, TV, craft or fashion, adding our market leading magazines  such as Ideal Home and Woman’s Weekly to Prime Reading means we  can now offer our engaged readers even more choice, better access to our  content and the opportunity to discover even more magazines from a range of  different interests.”

You can read more about the launch of Amazon Prime Reading in the UK at the source link below.

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