Kindle Android

If you frequent using the Kindle app for Android, you may be happy to know that Amazon has added some new functions and access to the app. The latest update, available now introduces the "Send to Kindle" function plus, opens up the doors for users to purchase illustrated children’s books, comic books, and graphic novels. Kindle for Android is available for free from the Amazon Appstore for Android and Google Play, download link can be found past the break.

 
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deltatux says:

Looking good but it's still missing on a key thing that's always been missing on Kindle for Android: two-page views when the device is in landscape orientation. Almost all other eBook readers on Android has this functionality ... so why can't Amazon do that for Kindle as well ... it escapes me how often this gets requested yet ignored...

swansonr5791 says:

Interesting... I guess it's all a matter of preference. My "go to" reader is Nook for Android, and the feature you request is the one thing about the Nook reader app I don't like.

deltatux says:

Nook is not available in Canada as there's no Barnes & Noble up here. The equivalent would be Kobo, but Kobo's reader sucks.

I use Google Books, Amazon, Sony Reader and MyLibrary. The MyLibrary app came with my ASUS Transformer Pad Prime.

DrDoppio says:

Kindle for Android is my preferred pdf viewer, in addition to hosting a lot of purchased or self made ebooks.

picketf says:

Be very carefull if your Kindle has no wifi. Synchronizing documents over 3g/whispernet can be very expensive. Also the standard setting now allows amazon to charge you up to $2.50 for every document sent to your kindle.

A year or so ago, I used to send some pdf/epub ebooks to amazon (via email) because doing so was FREE and resultet in a converted file that had kindle's own file extension

DrDoppio says:

I use Calibre and usb -- works fine for me. Cloud services are a scam by the telcos.

dyastrab says:

Has anyone found any comic books that you can read with the program?