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Question as stated above:
What's the difference between Feedbooks.com Newspapers and Amazon Newspapers?

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Amazon newspapers is an actual subscription to the newspaper itself with all of its news content. My understanding of Feedbooks is that they aggregate RSS feeds to create a version of the newspaper (which would just be portions of the content, and I assume links to the website of the paper).
 

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Amazon newspaper subscriptions should be more complete and better formatted.  The BIG difference, though, is price....

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I downloaded one of the Feedbooks.com issues of the New York Times onto PDF and could only get one line summaries of the articles.
 

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Just Wondering said:
Amazon newspapers is an actual subscription to the newspaper itself with all of its news content. My understanding of Feedbooks is that they aggregate RSS feeds to create a version of the newspaper (which would just be portions of the content, and I assume links to the website of the paper).
Just so I understand, in reading my DT version of the Sunday Times, when I finish the first page I flip past several pages with pictures of watches and malnourished women (advertising). I won't have to do that with the Kindle version? No Ads!!??

Does the Kindle version leave your fingers white instead of black like the DT version? ;)
 
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