Amazon Kindle App for Android Released Yesterday
By Ricky Mauch

If you're an owner of an Android smartphone, and you've been waiting for Amazon to release a Kindle Application for your device, then rest assured that you can finally stop waiting and start reading! The new application features the WhisperSync technology which allows the syncing of books and bookmarks across devices so you never have to worry about repaying for a book that you already downloaded, or losing your bookmarks as you change devices. Just like other Kindle Apps, the Android version allows users to search over 620,000 ebooks, the majority of which are priced at $9.99 or less. Sample chapters even allows curious readers to try a book before they buy it, just as you would a real book in a bookstore. It is said that future updates on the Kindle App for Android will include additional features. Plans out currently allow users to purchase books directly from the application as well as provide full text searches within each book. The Settings for the app enable users to change background color, font color, and font size to allow maximum comfort and minimal eye-strain. You can download the Amazon Kindle app for Android on the Android Market.

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