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Amazon Kindle app hits App Store

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 04 Mar 2009 18:00 User comments (1)

Amazon Kindle app hits App Store As of this morning, Amazon's Kindle application is available in the iPhone App Store, allowing access to over 200,000 Amazon Kindle format e-books.
The application is free, but the books themselves must be purchased through Amazon via mobile Safari or from a PC or Mac and then synced over. Most of the books cost $9.99 and you can sample the first chapter for free before purchasing.

Any book purchased for the Kindle can be transferred over to the iPhone/iPod Touch for free and "WhisperSync" is enabled to allow flawless transitions from a Kindle device to your iPhone if you were currently reading a book on one of the devices and want to switch during.

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1 user comment

14.3.2009 18:38

Oh crap, Apple allowing people to put Apps in their store?

THE END IS NIGH FOLKS! GRAB YOUR WOMEN AND CHILDREN!

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