Leatherbound is your eBook shopping assistant


Do you own multiple ebook reader devices? Maybe you own a Kindle, Nook, iPad, iPhone or other smartphone with multiple Reader apps. When you find a book that you wish to purchase, do you spend time checking all the online stores to make sure you get the best deal? An easier way is to use Leatherbound. It’s an easy to use website where you can make one search and see the price at Barnes & Noble, Amazon and the iBook store. As an example, a search on the book Tom Sawyer would allow you to get the book for free via the iBook store and Amazon, as opposed to paying $2.99 for it through Barnes & Noble. Definitely worth a shot to check the site before you buy your next eBook.

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  • Ted Allen November 4, 2010, 9:25 am

    It still needs work. Did a search on Lee Child’s Worth Dying For. It had Kindle price, but said it wasn’t in the Nook store, though the BN app on iPhone showed it.
    Also, Kobo is not included in the stores they search.

  • Jim T November 4, 2010, 10:24 pm

    Tried Leatherbound. Showed the correct book. Went to the site with the lowest price (Amazon) and the link was for a different book at that price. The price for the correct book at Amazon was twice as much as the next lowest price shown at Leatherbound.

  • Valda November 13, 2010, 5:42 pm

    Give them a break – at least someone is trying to help us out. No doubt their service will improve with time – and yes, book prices change all the time.

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