Amazon has just announced the availability of Kindle for iPhone and iPod touch, an app that obviously lets you read Kindle books on Apple’s said devices, approximately the same way you’d do it on a Kindle platform.
According to Amazon, iPhone and iPod touch users now have access to more than 240,000 books.
And while the Kindle app itself is free, the books aren’t, so you’ll need to purchase them from the Amazon Kindle store.
Of course, if you already have a collection of Kindle books, you can access them via the new iPhone/iPod app.
You can also do the following:
- Sync bookmarks across Kindle, Kindle 2, iPhone or iPod touch
- Adjust text size
- View notes and highlights
To get the Kindle app on your iPhone and iPod touch, you must download it from the App Store.
Via Press release
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