Inkling. Rich-media interactive eBooks/eReader for iPad

http://www.inkling.com

eBook Review: Inkling:

http://thetextbookguru.com/2011/12/06/ebook-review-inkling/

Inkling is a strong leader in eReaders when it comes to features and navigation. I found the interface extremely intuitive and simple to navigate. As someone who made it a mission to never by a textbook unless I absolutely had to, purchasing only the chapters you need makes a lot of sense to me. As you might expect you don’t save any money if you buy the whole text one chapter at a time, but if you only want a few it’s a great bargain.

Review: iMedicalApps

http://www.imedicalapps.com/2011/11/anatomy-textbook-ipad-inkling/

I think Essential Clinical Anatomy on Inkling is an incredible resource. The rich text and media, robust navigation and annotation capabilities, and the added content made my reading of ECA on Inkling even more enjoyable and beneficial than reading the paper text. I wish I had had this a year ago when I was learning anatomy.

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