Tuesday, July 26, 2011 at 11:52 am.

Where’s iBooks for Mac?

Apple’s OS X Lion launch has come and gone, and there’s still no iBooks e-reader app for the Mac.

Today, the only mainstream way to read an e-book on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac is to use Amazon’s Kindle app. And it’s not like no one cares about this: The Kindle app is currently the no. 10 most popular free app in the Mac App Store.

So, where is iBooks for Mac? I don’t think Apple has anything against people reading books on their Mac, and I don’t think this is a technical issue. I assume Apple just hasn’t gotten around to it yet.

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