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Kindle now available on Android

Full kIndle support now available

| Mobile Devices News | Posted: Jun 28, 2010 10:11 pm

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Kindle has followed through with their promise of a summer launch with the announcement that Kindle for Android has officially gone live today. Those with Android phones can get the full functionality of Kindle through their devices: Adjustable text sizes, access to the Kindle Store, access to e-books over any compatible device, and bookmarking that holds over any device as well. The app only works with Android 1.6 and above which will leave some with older generation phones in the dark, so grab it today in the Android Market.

 

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