eBooks: Watch the Video
This short video highlights features and benefits of eBooks on SpringerLink.
Where to buy individual eBooks
Researchers and students mostly read Springer eBooks courtesy of their University library. Within this service, Springer eBooks can be read 24/7 by all library patrons within an institution.
But what if you have a personal interest in a Springer eBook and would like to read on your Kindle, Sony Reader or iPad?
Springer sells individual eBooks via The Springer Shop at springer.com and a number of online bookstores, amongst them Amazon.com in the USA or Libri in Germany. Since 2007 Springer eBooks have been part of the Amazon Kindle program and today tens of thousands of Springer eBooks can be delivered directly to your Kindle.
We supply eBooks to the Apple iBookstore. The Samsung Galaxy tablet, the Blackberry/RIM Playbook and the Android phone come preloaded with the Kobo eBookstore that Springer eBooks are part of.
The Google eBookstore contains 52,000 Springer eBooks from the start. And Springer will add thousands of eBooks to these every year.
Not all eBookstores carry all Springer eBooks — just like the selection of printed books varies by bookstore. But you should definitely be able to find your favourite Springer eBooks through one or the other of our partners.
Below are some links you can check to purchase your preferred eBook.
- The Springer Shop
- Amazon US
- Amazon DE
- Ciando (Germany)
- Entourage eDGe
- Google eBookstore
- KNV (Germany)
- Kobo Books
- Libri (Germany)
- NumiLog: La Librairie Numérique (France)
In the near future, Springer eBooks will be available from these — and more — stores.
For your library
For library customers, Springer offers eBook collections at special conditions. To recommend Springer eBooks to your library please click here.