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By Frank Großklaus

Readfy's Readvolution Begins


Dear Companists,

Last Saturday, readfy launched its e-book app in the app stores of Google and Apple. This launch was accompanied by a large-scale media campaign with the motto "Start the Readvolution."

The first days in the app stores were a huge success, and feedback from the media and in social networks has been overwhelming. Within only 48 hours, the readfy app approached top positions in various rankings. It is currently the #1 app for the iPad in the category of "Books – Free Apps" within the Apple App Store. In the Google Play Store, it even ranks first in the cross-category trend ranking "New Top Apps."


readfy Has Reached the Top Ranks in the Categories of "iPad Books Free" (Apple), "New Top Apps" (Google Play), and "iPad Top Apps Free" (Apple)


Media Feedback

In the last few days, several dozens of articles have been published in newspapers, on websites, and in blogs, and there have also been features on the radio. Next Monday, there is going to be a feature on flat-rate models related to e-books in the German TV show ZDF WiSo. Articles on,,,, and many others are also worth mentioning:

SPIEGEL Online: 

Computer BILD: 

Heise Online: 



Support readfy and help the campaign become even more successful:



  1. Download the app from Google Play or from the App Store
  2. Write a review in the App Store
  3. If you have your own website or blog, you can download a readfy banner here and link it to

We are really looking forward to your feedback, dear Companists!

Best regards,

The readfy-Team



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