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(Pocket-lint) – Plans to launch a new Comixology app and further integrate the service with Amazon have been pushed back to early 2022.
The new Comixology app will require users to sign in using an Amazon account. Right now, you can use Amazon or a dedicated Comixology account, but you’ll need to merge them for future use.
Additionally, the new app will include comics purchased from Amazon’s website or through the Kindle Store. And, the dedicated comixology website will be redirected to Amazon itself.
The Kindle app will also be able to read comics purchased by Comixology.
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Comixology Unlimited subscribers in the US will still be able to read their books in the new app, but alongside those downloaded through Amazon Prime or Kindle Unlimited.
Those who currently have series subscriptions will also need to migrate them, using the 1-Click method on Amazon.
The new experience can be previewed on Amazon.com now, but the iOS and Android apps won’t be available until early next year (it was originally scheduled for this “fall”).
The existing Comixology application will be discontinued after the launch of the new version.
“Thank you for being a reader and advocate for this amazing art form. I am truly grateful to work with such a passionate team of comic book and manga enthusiasts. New features and improvements at a faster rate,” said the co-founder from Comixology, David Steinberger, in a letter to users.
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