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This article was published on December 16, 2011

Readmill shows us the latest update to its slick social reading iPad app [Video]

Readmill shows us the latest update to its slick social reading iPad app [Video]
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We first covered Readmill, a service designed to make reading ebooks more social, back in August when it first launched in private beta. Now it’s opened to everyone, and we caught up with CEO Henrik Berggren at LeWeb last week to find out the latest news from this Berlin-based startup.

Berggren showed us the latest social additions to its iPad app and how authors are starting to use the service to share their own notes about books they’ve written with their readers.