The Top 100 Kindle ebooks on Prime Now
By now you’re probably aware that Amazon has launched a Kindle Unlimited subscription service, but it’s only available to a limited number of countries, with the company’s European customers excluded.
Now, however, the company has added a new country-by-country ranking of the top 100 Kindle titles, with Canada being the first to get a boost.
In its new country rankings, Amazon has ranked the top 25 ebooks in Canada, and it’s a solid indication that Prime Now is making Canada a more attractive place to buy books.
Canada has always been a great place to shop for books, and Prime Now has been very successful in that regard, as the service has seen more than 4.4 million Canadians sign up for the service in the past 12 months.
That’s an incredible success rate and is a great sign for the future of the service, which is looking to expand to other regions of the world.
It’s not clear yet how many Canadians have signed up for Prime Now, but given the number of Prime Now members in Canada already, the service should be able to grow.
Prime Now launched in Canada in August 2015 and it is currently available in seven Canadian cities and two provinces, and in Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island.