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Presses de l’Université de Laval launches e-reading app, e-bookstore

Presses de l’Université Laval has released an online e-bookstore and a free iPad e-reading app.

The products were developed by Nu-book, a Quebec-based digital publishing company, and launched last week. Presently, 213 iPad-ready versions of PUL titles (complete with separate ISBNs) are available through a special section of the publisher’s website and via the app’s e-bookstore.

In a press release, PUL editor Denis Dion explains the press opted for a branded e-reading application to ensure “customers receive high-quality ebooks that can be read in an environment that is user-friendly and entirely adapted to the content and nature of our works.” He goes on to list features available through the platform: “Our app offers readers a wide variety of practical tools to annotate their ebooks, perform searches, view enriched content, and organize their ebook libraries as they see fit.”

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