Not to be left out of the circle its competitors have already helped form, Sony’s looking to join the Android market with their Reader application – named after their line of e-Ink products to help you read without having to carry around a load of books. Bookmarking, note taking, accessibility features: everything you could ask for from an eBook application will be present in Sony’s app. Nothing to blow the competition out of the water, but just another option for folks who aren’t keen on Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Borders, and other major players. [Sony via EuroDroid]
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