Owners of Kindle for iPad and Kindle for iPhone/iPod touch, did you notice anything new recently? The most popular reading app of 2010 has been updated, where it delivers access to more content than ever before. Just what kind of features has Amazon introduced into both versions of the Kindle app? For starters, you will be able to enjoy a new design for magazines, letting you access more than 400 magazines and newspapers that are available on Kindle Fire. You can purchase a single issue from Newsstand, or settle for a subscription that will see a seamless, wireless deliver to your Kindle for iPad.
Not only that, you are now able to print replica textbooks, which means you can purchase thousands of print replica textbooks that can be read right on their Kindle app for iPad. Want to choose the most economical path? Not a problem, as you can always rent the textbooks, and pay just 20% of the list price of the print textbook. All the rich formatting and layout of the print editions will be maintained in the electronic version, ensuring you get your money’s worth. Additional changes include the seamless integration of personal documents and a built-in PDF reader among others.
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