Apple has made iBooks 2 available for everyone today in the App Store. The software is free, and it will allow for students to access interactive textbooks on the iPad. A new textbooks category has also been added to the iBookstore.
iBooks 2 can be downloaded now in the App Store. Click here to visit the new textbooks category of the iBookstore. Apple already has 8 textbooks available for subjects like Chemistry and Algebra. For a closer look at iBooks 2, click here.
These interactive textbooks can be created for free on the Mac with the iBooks Author app. Apple also introduced the iTunes U app today for college and university students.
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