Bangalore-based BookAdda.com has launched Acadzone.com, an eCommerce store that offers students course books and books for various competitive exams, as reported by India Digital Review. The company claims that it has a collection of over 10 million books by more than 22,54,279 authors. Acadzone features a collection of competitive exams, management, computer, engineering and medical books catering to university syllabuses in India. Features: Users can log in to the portal by registering on the site with their email address and password or using social logins such as Facebook connect and Google. Users can search for books based on university, college, course and semester to buy course books recommended by the website. It's not clear as to how the website recommends course books or publication/author but we are assuming that the firm might have contacted colleges to get their recommendations, as different colleges might prefer different set of course materials. Apart from course books, users can also search books for competitive exams including law, medical, SSC, UGC, UPSC, among others. Users can also type in author name, ISBN (International Standard Book Number), university name or course name directly into the search box to search for books. Group Buying: Acadzone offers a discount of 5% on books on group buying. For this, users need to create a deal with books, publicize it, get a minimum of three users on the deal within 7 days. Once the deal is approved, the books will be shipped to the users subscribed to the deal. It should be noted that…
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