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This could be a difficult one... I suspect companies like Amazon have different pricing for different countries. It would be nice to see the prices like they are from within a certain country. E.g. the prices on Amazon.com, as seen from within The Netherlands. I guess this would mean having an actual IP address from The Netherlands (or other countries). Like I said, this one might be difficult. But it would increase the accuracy of the prices shown!
Thanks for Luzme, keep up the good work!7 votes
Amazon wishlist isn't uploaded immediately. Still waiting :) How about some warning about the delay?1 vote
How about a list of highly rated books or best sellers or award recipients. Then users could add to watch lists from those suggestions0 votes
Yep , good idea.. I’m planning to do this
Glad to see you have included Sainsbury's eBooks. Perhaps you will consider Blinkbox Books (Tesco) when they are up and running ?6 votes
They don’t have an affiliate system, so I can’t make any money when you buy a book from them. I’m thinking about bundling support for such stores into a subscription service; would you be willing to pay a small monthly fee to get access to the prices from more stores like this?
Include Russia1 vote
The largest distributor of ebooks in Russia is:
Glagoslav Publications Ltd
booksinrussian.co.uk (Russkij Mir 23 Goodge Street, W1T 2PL
Other suggestions welcome
For example: I would like to be to updated when Christine Feehan has a new book out for her series GhostWalkers, but I am not interested in getting updates for her Carpathian series.
Is this feature available?8 votes
Hi, thanks for the suggestion.
It isn’t currently possible, but it is a good idea. I’ll think about how I can implement it.
I think you should include prices from feedbooks.com4 votes
I have set up Wish Lists in both Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.es, and I would like to be able to add these to my Watchlist, but I am afraid only Amazon.com wishlists are available... It would be nice to have this feature. Otherwise, great job!!! the site is (almost) perfect.1 vote
The UK one should be picked up; it may just be taking some time. I’ll check.
But I can’t see a wishlist for you on the Amazon.es site, are you using a different email address? If so, add that as an alternate in your settings.
We've all got too many usernames and passwords to keep track of and manage. OpenID login is a nice convenience.3 votes
Add audio books, like Audible.com to the search results.11 votes
Thanks, yes, this is a good idea.
if a search has come up with a number of books eg a series, include a tick box on each item and an ADD SELECTED TO WISHLIST button6 votes
I like it. Will bear that in mind when I redo the way the search results work
Prices are not returned in book searches, so not sure if they are being picked up for watchlist emails. Search left running for 40 minutes plus and no results, although those stores are selected as my stores. Apple result returned immediately.7 votes
Have a list of top deals on the homepage. Show the most discounted books that have a lot of people watching.
Have a list of top deals on the homepage. Show the most discounted books that have a lot of people watching.15 votes
Thanks, this is a great idea. I’m working on it.
Column for available format e.g. epub, mobi0 votes
Can you explain what the problem this would solve for you?
As far as I can see, there is a 1-to-1 correspondence between vendors and book formats: Amazon→Kindle, Apple→iBook, etc and everyone else→Adobe
So isn’t this just duplication?
Happy to help if I can, but I don’t understand the problem yet
I love Luzme and rely on it for my ebook purchases. Is there a way I can make a small donation to your activities?
Let us make small donations in support of Luzme (and development of Android/iOS apps for it).3 votes
You need to create an Android app0 votes
Two of the three top suggestions are for mobile apps. Exposing an API would be the first step in that direction. It would also allow complementary services to tie in with Luzme, such as recommendation engines, social sites based on reading, 'shopping assistants' to automatically buy books when they reach a certain price, and so on.4 votes
Luzme used to have a REST API. I removed it when the cost of maintaining it exceeded the benefit of providing it.
I’m open to suggestions about combining with complementary services if there is a monetisation model that makes sense.
Anyone that’s interested in that, please get in touch.
add the option which list(s) to add5 votes
It’s a good idea; I’ll look into it.
It would be neat to have the publisher name in the watch column, it would make it easier for me to figure out if the publisher accepts coupons.
I love Luzme!!!2 votes
Sorry if this has already been suggested, buy could we integrate searching on digital comic sites like comixology and black horse?0 votes
Thanks for the suggestion. I’ll take a look at that once I’ve finished adding in a few more countries.
If you could add the URLs for the sites you’re interested in, that would be useful.
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