The third largest book retailer Books-a-Million (BAM) is making it easy for consumers to access thousands of books from their mobile devices. In partnership with Bluefire Productions, BAM is launching their e-Book Catalog App to make it easy for readers to find content that they want. The App is available on the Books-A-Million website for free and is available for download on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch.
Built by Bluefire Productions and based on the company’s own Bluefire Reader app, the free BAM Reader is already a top download in the Apple App Store, and gives consumers access to thousands of e-books on their iPads, iPhones, or iPod Touches.
The Bluefire Reader is also top free download in the Apple App Store, and the first app that lets consumers read library e-books on their iOS devices (announced in November).
The BAM Reader supports EPUB and PDF e-book formats, as well as Adobe Content Server 4 DRM, making it interoperable with dedicated e-readers.
Ebooks purchased from Books-A-Million can be transferred to and read on laptop and desktop computers using Adobe Digital Editions.
Readers can also use the app to read e-books from the Google e-Book Store and other popular e-Book stores.