Amazon has had a pretty successful launch of their Kindle 4 devices, but that does not mean with the new being introduced, the old is discarded. No sir, the company still has the heart of Kindle 3 device owners in mind, where they recently busted out the downloading option of the Kindle Keyboard, which is also the current name of Kindle 3 for its software update. This particular update will bump up the number to Version 3.3, which will also enable Kindle Keyboard owners to receive the support for Amazon’s Cloud services. Not only that, it will also enable users to check out any archived documents, notes and highlights from their collection of books and articles.
With Whispersync, it is capable of recording the last page you read automatically, while making a bookmark and annotations for the personal documents in the Kindle devices, paving the way for you to enjoy reading even after taking a break. There will also be a shortcut function that lets you switch on and off the Voice Guide feature in a jiffy. This update will be downloaded automatically whenever you resume from the next sleep mode, as long as there is a decent connection in place, but you can also perform the update manually if you want to.
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