Kindle for Android Is Coming Soon2
Android tablets are on their way. So is Amazon Kindle for Android. Kindle fans have been waiting for Amazon to make its move and bring its e-book software to one of the most exciting mobile platforms around. It has taken some time for Amazon to deliver a solution for Android, but the wait seems to be finally over. Amazon has announced that Kindle for Android is indeed on its way. The app will give Android device owners the chance to gain access to over 500K titles available in Amazon Kindle store. It will also include Whispersync technology to make it easier to sync and read documents on multiple Kindle-powered devices.
The app is expected to be very similar to Kindle for iPhone or iPad. It does give you the ability to buy books within the application, without having to get redirected to the Kindle website. In order to take advantage of this app, you are going to need a SD card reader and at least Android 1.6.
Here are some of the phones that will be compatible with this application:
- Droid Incredible
- Google Nexus One
- HTC MyTouch
- Motorola CLIQ
- Motorola Droid
You can expect most new Android phones to support this app. With all the Android tablets that are being announced, Kindle for Android could have a very bright future. The iPad won’t be the only Kindle-powered tablet in town. Wouldn’t it be better if Amazon Kindle actually ran Android as its OS?