Amazon Adds New Languages To The Kindle's Digital Text Platform

by Greg on February 19, 2010

Here’s some good news for our international readers. Kindle has just expanded it’s digital text platform to authors and publishers who publish Spanish, Portuguese and Italian books. These new languages are in addition to the currently available languages of English, German, and French.

Amazon had this to say:

“A month ago we made the self-service Kindle Digital Text Platform (DTP) available to authors and publishers around the world,” said Russ Grandinetti, Vice President, Kindle Content. “We’re now excited to offer even more languages in which content owners can offer their books to the fast-growing audience of Kindle owners around the globe.”

There will be even more languages added in the future. For more info about Kindle’s DTP go here: Kindle Digital Text Platform

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1 Julie Mckee February 23, 2010 at 10:20 am

Greg,

I see that you too have changed your URL and I have to say I like the new layout of this WP theme.

If you have time can you send me an email I would like to discuss the URL change (I too have changed mine) for Kindlecoversandmore.com to the new kcoversandmore.com

I believe I know the reason for the new URL and I was wondering if you would consider a link exchange?

Please let me know and much continued success with your new site!

Julie

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