e-book delivery service, cmop, has unveiled its new book delivery service which is available in the UK and Ireland.
It will launch in Ireland from the end of June, and will deliver to your home, office, school, or place of work from its new website.
You can also order directly from the company.
The new service will be available in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, Cork city, Cork suburb, Kerry, Kildare, Donegal, Clare, Louth, Meath, Roscommon, Sligo, Waterford, Wexford and Wexburn.
The service will also deliver books to your local library, and can be accessed via a range of other apps, including Flipkart, Amazon Kindle, and Apple iBooks.
The company says the new service has been designed to deliver a “delivery experience that is more like a book”.
“We’ve created a platform that allows for a seamless digital experience that delivers books from any location to your doorstep, whether you are at home or in your office,” said Chris Tew, director of marketing for cmop.
“This means you can be anywhere and have them delivered to you at the flick of a switch.”
In addition, you can order a book from a range for delivery to your door.
For example, the latest book in the New Zealand paperback series The Last Unicorn by Kate Atkinson will be delivered to your house.
“In this case, you will have to choose the appropriate platform for your delivery and pick your preferred delivery method,” said Mr Tew.
“We’re not asking for anything special in this instance.”
The company said the service was designed to offer the same service as Amazon’s Kindle e-readers.
“We have a very similar model to Amazon’s in terms of the content, so there are no hidden costs associated with using this platform,” Mr Tews added.
The launch comes just days after the UK’s digital book retailers launched their new Kindle ebooks, which are priced at £4.99, and offer an array of features including the ability to purchase books, ebooks and audiobooks, and access to Amazon Prime Video and other exclusive content.