June 29, 2010

Finally, Android Gets a Free Kindle App

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Written by: chinmoy
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Android users have waited too long to see an app for Amazon’s Kindle on their devices. The flagship e-book store from Amazon is regarded as the best of its kind and has recently announced the Kindle app for Android redefining its awesomeness.

The app allows you to read e-books online and download books you already bought. This makes it a complete book reader to satisfy all your reading habits. Most of the books on the Kindle store sell for as cheap as $10 per book and all books can be reviewed before buying. Amazon Kindle sends you the first chapter to check out before you go ahead to buy the book.

Amazon Kindle offers many unmatched features which has made it the service of choice for all bookworms out there. The reading experience also syncs online allowing you to pause and resume.  There are settings to adjust brightness, font and background textures as well. Bookmarks are an integral part of any reading app and is present on this app.

One feature that is missing is a book search from the app itself. However, the other features on offer are just too intriguing and the simplicity of the design and interface makes it the best e-book reader on android.

The app is available in the Android Market. Get it today for an awesome reading experience.


About the Author

Chinmoy Kanjilal is a tech blogger with a deep insight and love for FOSS. He writes at techie-buzz.com and lostintechnology.com. He owns an HTC Legend as his first Android device and at Androidedge, he will explore the endless possibilities of the Android OS. Drop him a mail at chinmmoy@techarraz.com and follow him on Twitter at @ckandroid.


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  1. books online are great, wether they are e-books or conventional hardbound and paperback books “;”

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