Amazon Kindle app receives Honeycomb tablet update
Amazon has announced that their famous Kindle App has been optimized, which means that e-reader has now been reworked to suit the bigger displays on Honeycomb tablets, and here we can mention the Motorola XOOM.
This new Honeycomb version for the e-reader has now a place on the list of apps that takes advantage of the new tablet OS and the large screened devices that run it. This app offers an improved shopping user interface which is tailored for tablets, and makes it easier for you to navigate the Kindle store as well as a user’s library of e-books.
The update brings a few features and improvements such as: German language support in the app and store, an integrated shopping experience specially designed for Honeycomb tablets, the ability to pause, resume content downloads and enhanced word look-up capability with a built-in dictionary with over 250.000 entries.
Kindle for Android app is available for free download from Android Market, and is available now for both Android phones and tablets. It seems that later this year, the US readers will be able to borrow e-books for their Kindle from 10.000 libraries across the country.