BlackBerry PlayBook Companion Book Now Available!

BlackBerry PlayBook Companion Book
By Kevin Michaluk on 1 Sep 2011 06:37 pm
0
loading...
13
loading...
47
loading...

If you're a BlackBerry PlayBook owner looking to get the most out of your tablet and prefer flipping through pages instead of browsing online PlayBook help articles and forums, you'll want to check out Wiley's newly released BlackBerry PlayBook Companion book.

Written by our friend Matthew Miller, with a forward by yours truly, the PlayBook Companion covers all the important topics that a PlayBook purchaser needs to know to use their tablet effectively. The book provides simple overviews of how to use a PlayBook to do all the things today's consumer expects of a tablet, including:

  • Reading books, magazines and other texts
  • Sending and receiving email and text messages
  • Taking pictures and videos
  • Downloading and using third-party applications
  • Using instant messaging and social networking
  • Using the PlayBook with a BlackBerry
What more is there to say? If you're looking for a book to help you get up to speed on on the BlackBerry PlayBook, look for the BlackBerry PlayBook Companion book.  You can learn more on Wiley's website and grab it from Amazon or a bookstore near you.
Kevin Michaluk Kevin Michaluk "Founder, Editor in Chief " 3922 (articles) 3286 (forum posts)
8 comments

jhimmel

You mean it's not available to read ON the Playbook???

palmsolo

Kevin also wrote a great Foreword for the book so make sure to check that out.
Actually, it is available now in Amazon Kindle and B&N Nook formats so you can get it there too. It should be available in Kobo format soon too, but you can use the Amazon Kindle reader in the web browser to read it if you like. It is cheaper in ebook format too, $9.99.

Bulldawg

Amazon doesn't list a Kindle version.

jhimmel

Thanks for that info. Will watch for Kobo.

vldmr

No Wonder Kevin Drives a Range, caking it

davidanthony999

I just purchased my copy today....and I'm really glad I did!!!....just thumbing through it, I realized some really cool tips....this book is terrific!....

which leads me to one question.....will there be online "updates" to the book that we will have access too???