The guys over at Gizmodo Australia have managed to get their hands on a bunch of documents which offer a lot of details over Google’s Nexus 7 upcoming tablet. The device is scheduled to be announced at the well-known Google I/O Conference but the news about the leak can only contribute to the hype and buzz for the product.
Amazon’s Kindle for Android application allows you to buy and read books right on your Android device. Your reading progress is synchronized across all Kindle devices and apps.
The Kindle for Android app is available for download on the Android Market.
Designed by Amazon Mobile, the Kindle app is freely available and one of the best and highest rated eBook readers available for this platform. Using the Kindle for Android application requires an Amazon use account. This allows you easily pay for books. The Kindle Store includes hundreds of thousands of popular title: many for sale, often with free sample chapters… Continue to How To Read Books With The Kindle For Android App
I have a very goof news for all the Kindle E-Books fans: now you will be able to read your favorite e-books on other devices that Amazon Kindle. This will be done through the free Kindle for PC application.
As you all know, Whispersync is an application released by amazon which takes care of synchronizing the books you are reading, so you not have to search for the last page you have read in an e-book. This used to work only on Kindle devices and it was also integrated in the application for iPhone.
A Citigroup analyst said that Amazon is working to develop a Kindle smartphone with the Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn, whose output would be scheduled for the last quarter of 2012.
With the recent launch of the Kindle Fire, the U.S. company specialized in e-commerce seems to have expanded its horizons, moving from simple ebook readers to a real tablet, much more complete in terms of multimedia, but still cheap when compared to other market offers.
The e-commerce giant announced a press event where many believe that a competitor of the iPad will be presented. Rumors say that it would be a 7-inch Kindle tablet model with a version prior to Android 2.2.
Will Amazon end the suspense finally by presenting a touch pad that fed the rumors for more than a year? A press conference will be held Wednesday, in New York, that most observers believe it will host a presentation for the announcement of the Kindle tablet.