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Kindle Android Review

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Kindle Android Review – Amazon is looking for ways to expand their e-book reader, Kindle. First, they released their own device. Then, with the advent of smart touch-screen phones that would also be able to provide users with readable content, Amazon decided that they wanted to expand their reach and develop apps for these other devices. They have had an app in the Apple app store for quite some time. Now, it appears that Android will be receiving its own version of the popular app.
The app will allow you to read and access any Kindle eBook that you have purchased through their online store. All of the content will be able to display itself on the screen of an Android phone. To use the app, you have to first log in to your Amazon account. Once you are logged in, you will be able to navigate to a list of your saved purchases. You then must select a book that you would like to read, and have it downloaded onto your smart device.

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There are a number of settings that you can adjust that can be both useful and annoying. Because there are so many different devices and screen sizes that are using the Android application store, you need to configure the app for your specific phone. This is be easy most of the time, but since there are so many different devices sometimes the settings do not work as you would think that they would. While they are fairly easy to set, it is the biggest annoyance of the app.
The app itself is about what you would expect. It displays the text on your screen. It would be too tiresome to read an entire book on the screen, but if you have a book that you just can’t put down, and would like to squeeze out an extra chapter, then this would be the perfect app for you.

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