Safari has 95% of the most popular titles from Safari Books Online.
As of January 2015, the new Safari has more than 30,000 books and videos. We did take the opportunity to prune a bunch of titles that were rarely (if ever) used in Safari Books Online, making it easier to discover the most topical releases in technology and business.
The new Safari features a curated library of the best technical books today—including titles from Pearson, O'Reilly Media,and more—organized by the most popular subjects, from web development and mobile apps to entrepreneurship and UX/IA, to name a few We are continually adding content to Safari based on what our users show and tell us they are interested in. Safari has the top 95% of the most popular titles from Safari Books Online.
For more details please see this blog post.
The Safari Queue is our mobile application. Fundamental to the app is the notion that it syncs with your “queue,” a feature that is part of new Safari. Queuing is integrated throughout the Safari experience,
When you queue a book or video, you are saving it for later. Each time you tap or click the queue icon, the book or video is saved in your queue, where you can reference it whenever you want.
The Playlists feature helps you organize lists of content from anywhere in your online learning experience. Playlists replaces the Queue feature. For our Enterprise customers, you can share a playlist with anyone in your organization once you’ve created it.
If you used the Queue feature before, you’ll find all of your queued items in a playlist called “Queue.” You can create a new playlist from anywhere within your O’Reilly experience.
You can update your playlists at anytime, from anywhere in your experience. Your playlists will sync automatically with your mobile apps so that you’ll always have the content you want at your fingertips. And don’t forget to keep your app up-to-date to ensure you’re always seeing the latest Playlists experience.
Books or videos that refer to working/exercise files will often mention the location of these files in a chapter at the beginning or end of the book, or in an early clip if it’s a video. If you can’t find those files, please check the publisher’s website (for example, O’Reilly hosts all exercise files on our media site), or get in touch with us and we'll do our best to find them for you.
We’re aware this a less-than-ideal solution and are working on providing you with these links directly in Safari.
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