If you love reading books on Kindle via an iPad or an Android tablet, but wished that your children can also enjoy reading children’s books and comics as well, fret no more. Amazon is pushing an update to its Kindle app today, adding more titles including children’s books, graphic novels and comics. This means that Kindle fans on iOS, Android and via Amazon’s Cloud Reader app will be enjoying more options and titles to your virtual library. Amazon said that the newly added children’s books will be supporting Kindle Text Pop-Up to increase the size of the words on the books.
This nifty feature will prove to very useful when you’re reading stories to your kids. Avid comic readers like me, will be getting a Kindle Panel View functionality that will keep the frame-by-frame format of books. Some improvements are specifically aimed at the iPad, with smaller margins, a cleaner look, and the capability to do title and author searches. Meanwhile, Kindle readers on Android and Cloud Reader will be able to read the newly added titles in two-page mode. Amazon said that the aforementioned updates will be available starting today.
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