BitLit alternatives

BitLit is an app that lets you get an eBook, for a print book you already own, for free or at a discounted price. Once you've downloaded your eBook, you can read it on any of your eReading devices: Kobo, Nook, Kindle, iPad, or even on your smartphone.
BitLit alternatives are:
Amazon Books
Here are the latest news about BitLit:

2015 Print and ebook bundling start-up BitLit partners with Macmillan

Macmillan becomes the second Big Five publisher after HarperCollins to team up with Canadian print and ebook bundling start-up BitLit. Most of the nearly 3,000 titles Macmillan adds to BitLit’s content offering are DRM-free ebooks from Tor, the sci-fi and fantasy publisher. BitLit offers readers free and cheap ebook editions of print titles they already own. Its currently catalog is just shy of 100,000 and is on track to more than double later this year. As ebook growth flattens out, Hudson sees more publishers experimenting with approaches that use “digital in support of print,” even though he says “it’s too early in the market” to know where the bundling model might gain the most traction.

2014 BitLit partners with HarperCollins to let readers download e-books for books they already own

BitLit begins a pilot program with HarperCollins Publishers to offer readers a physical and e-book bundle through its bundling platform. BitLit is a free app that allows readers to purchase the e-book edition at a discounted price when they already own the print book. The idea behind BitLit is pretty simple: scan the title page of a book you already own, write your name on the copyright page and scan that, too, and within a few seconds, you have access to the e-book version of your book. BitLit uses computer vision technology to verify authenticity and avoid the need for receipts or point-of-sale records, thus allowing readers to retroactively bundle their books.

BitLit reviews
 (to insert a quote, select the text and click #)