Most people rely on Amazon, Google, Barnes and Noble, or some other all-in-one ebook service for their digital literary fix, but there is a thriving community of users who prefer the flexibility and lack of DRM that comes with independent reading apps. This has led to more than a few excellent choices in the space, including Readmill, an ebook app dedicated to simplicity and readability. Apparently Readmill users aren’t the only ones who were impressed: Dropbox has acquired the app (or at least hired the employees who made it) and the service is shutting down.
- [New App] Readmill eBook Reader Comes To Android, Offers A Simplified Reading Experience That’s Easy On The Eyes
- Bookworms, Take Note – Goodreads Android App Now Available In The Android Market
- PSA: Google Latitude Shuts Down Today
- Aldiko Book Reader Gets Huge Update, Shows Love For Tablet Book Fanatics
Readmill Ebook Reader And Service Shutting Down After Dropbox Acquisition, Data Export Available was written by the awesome team at Android Police.