May 8, 2014 Last Updated 1:42 pm

Book subscription service Oyster says it has hit the half a million mark

New publisher partners for Oyster include McSweeney’s, Chronicle, Grove Atlantic and Wiley

Press Release:

NEW YORK, NY – May 8, 2014 — Oyster, the unlimited ebook subscription service, today announced their library of ebooks has reached more than 500,000 titles, including best sellers, award-winners and popular series. The milestone comes after an expanded partnership with HarperCollins to add 10,000 new titles from the publisher to the app, in addition to newly inked deals with more than 500 publishers. Oyster now features more than 1,600 publishing partners.

“Our goal at Oyster has always been to provide the best reading experience in the world for our subscribers. Achieving that goal requires not only a well-designed reading experience, but also building the best and most diverse content library possible,” said Eric Stromberg, Co-Founder and CEO at Oyster. “We’re thrilled to make this latest update to our library and deliver new titles from the world’s greatest publishers and authors.”
Newly available titles from HarperCollins include Beautiful Ruins by Jess Walter, The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin, American Gods by Neil Gaiman, and many others.

With a continued effort to provide readers a robust variety of literary options, new publisher partners for Oyster include McSweeney’s, Chronicle, Grove Atlantic, Wiley and many more. These highly regarded publishing houses boast acclaimed titles such as Sex and The City by Candace Bushnell, How Music Works by David Byrne, It Chooses You by Miranda July, A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole, Boo (The World’s Cutest Dog) by J.H. Lee, Black Hawk Down by Mark Bowden, and series including Time Out Travel Guides and For Dummies reference books.

Oyster is currently available on iOS devices including iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch for $9.95 per month. Readers can visit oysterbooks.com to start a 30-day free trial.

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