New Delhi: Now you don’t have to walk into a bookstore to browse through the new arrivals section, all the latest from the world of Penguin is now available at one click on your mobile phone screen. The Penguin App is your one stop access to Penguin books on-the-go. It is an easy-to-navigate, mobile portal with information on all books published and represented by Penguin Books India.
The Penguin App is the very first App offered by a leading Indian publisher in the world. It’s a free application aimed at enhancing the reading pleasure and helping the reader find everything he might want to know about Penguin books. Available on Nokia and Apple devices, and easily viewable on any size mobile screen, the App has a ‘Just Published’ and ‘Bestsellers’ section with the latest books. You can get a sneak-peak into the forthcoming Penguin books as you click on the ‘Coming Soon’ tab. The most exciting feature, exclusive to the Penguin App, is an opportunity to read exclusive excerpts from all our forthcoming books.
According to Andrew Phillips, CEO & President, Penguin Books India, “As our society grows more mobile, readers are clamouring for information to be delivered to them in new and creative ways. This is only the beginning of our long-term strategy to provide readers with all the information on their favourite books and authors in exciting new formats, wherever they are and whenever they want it”.
The Penguin App showcases the best books from Penguin including its top fiction and non-fiction bestsellers, covering a wide range from classics and best-loved books to the newest books written by the freshest talent, from books on business and management, politics and current affairs and memoirs to the fun, feisty Metro Reads, Mind Body Spirit books, books for children and young adults, and Penguin’s Hindi books.
Founded in 1985, Penguin Books India is the largest English language trade publisher in the subcontinent. Known for its strong fiction and narrative non-fiction list, Penguin India publishes across virtually every segment.
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