Yes, the new iPad will be released to the masses from tomorrow onwards (although folks in Australia have already gotten hold of theirs, thanks to the position of their country on the globe), and you can safely say that the whole world is abuzz about it. Since the new iPad comes with a Retina Display, it makes perfect sense for developers to go back to the drawing board and ensure that their apps will also keep up with the times, looking all swanky with Retina Display support as well. Amazon has done just this by rolling out Kindle for iOS 3.0, targeting the new iPad that has a Retina Display, delivering a spanking new gallery view where the library and cloud contents are concerned. iPhone users, for instance, can pick from a list view and a grid view, while iPad users will still enjoy the grid view – in greater clarity than ever before, of course. The Kindle for iOS 3.0 app is a free download from the iTunes App Store.
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