Kindle update for Android offers a better user experience
Kindle app for Android was recently updated and brings a lot of new features and an improved user experience.
For those of you who don’t know what Kindle is, well, it’s a free application that allows you to enjoy your favourite books directly on your Android phone. You can explore and read more than 700,000 books in the U.S. Kindle Store.
This Kindle update for Android features:
– Search within the book: Customers can either type or speak a word or phrase to search within a book.
– Add, Edit and Delete Notes and Highlights: Kindle for Android is the only reading app for Android-based devices that allows readers to add notes and highlights to books, and have them automatically synchronized between devices.
– Wikipedia Lookup: Look up words and phrases in Wikipedia simply by selecting text.
– Shelfari Book Details: For the first time, customers can view additional book details from the books-focused social networking site Shelfari. Readers will find a description of the book, synopsis, summary, cast of characters, and many more features, and be able to view real-time discussions that the Shelfari community is having about the book.
– Orientation Lock: Choose to lock the orientation of their screen in landscape or portrait mode to allow for comfortable reading in any position.
If you want to find more about Kindle app for Android visit www.amazon.com/kindleforandroid. You can download Kindle app from Android Market or scanning the QR code below.
[Via Android Central]