Kindle For Android Gets Design UpdateBy: Chris Crum - April 26, 2013
Amazon has released a new update for its Kindle for Android app, which has tens of millions of users, according to the company.
The update includes a new design and interface, and easy access to samples.
“Customers have told us they love the UI of Kindle Fire and how easy it is to access and navigate their digital content,” a spokesperson for Amazon tells WebProNews “We’re extending this design to Kindle for Android by optimizing the Kindle Store for tablets, improving the library interface, redesigning the home screen, and simplifying navigation through the app.”
“For customers who are new to Kindle or Kindle apps, we’re making samples of many of the best sellers even easier to find, to help them get started,” the spokesperson adds. “Customers will find the samples on the home screen of their Kindle app.”
The app gives users acccess to over 1.5 million books in the Kindle Store, including 300,000 exclusive titles.
The update can be downloaded from the Amazon Appstore for Android or from Google Play.