The Indonesian ebookstore Scoop published an infographic this week which offers a snapshot of that country’s digital publishing landscape. It’s based on Scoop’s users, so it doesn’t offer a perfect view, but it says more about that market than I knew before.
Scoop boasts a catalog of 650 magazines, 55 newspapers, and 10,000 ebooks which are sold individually or by subscription, including titles by US publishers. The apps for Android and iOS have been downloaded 1.5 million times. About 30% of the downloads were on Android, with the remaining on iOS. The ebookstore has around 450,000 users, 79% of which are men and most of which read on iOS .
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