The manufacturer of PocketBook readers (by the way, originated in Kiev, but moved to Switzerland) launched in Ukraine and other countries, the cloud-based PocketBook Cloud service that will help you synchronize your e-book with smartphone, laptop, tablet or another gadget.
What is it for?
FROM using the cloud service, you can store and read books on any device (suddenly not at hand will be a reader), moreover - upload text to the place on which stopped, even if it was on another gadget. It seems that the service can be useful for reading lovers in metro, on class or meeting.
How to use
AT First of all, you need to download the proprietary PocketBook application (available for iOS and Android ). Log in to PocketBook Cloud can only users BookLand.com - to enter you need to enter a login and account password with this site. After authorization on you will see books that you bought on BookLand.com. You can also store here publications, downloaded from computer or browser.
Free give limited space - 2 GB. To get more space in the cloud (suddenly you want to compete with British Library), will have to pay: there are tariffs from 5, 10 and 20 GB, but their the cost is still unknown.
What with PocketBook
AT mid-March this year, the company promises to release the flagship reader PocketBook InkPad 3, and he will already go " in bundled "with cloud storage. The existing models of PocketBook Touch HD and PocketBook Touch HD 2 will receive support of the service along with new firmware already in soon.
TO word, such a repository has long been Google - Google Play Books, and Amazon launches Kindle e-book readers. AT Google Play Books provides a virtually dimensionless cloud, and books, notes and other documents can be synchronized to Other devices. Syncing with Other platforms provide for and at Amazon Kindle - for this you need only download the application of the same name.
Read in Russian: Почти как Google Книги: в Украине запустили облачный сервис PocketBook Cloud