Wednesday, March 04, 2009

Amazon Gives iPhone Users A Kindle App

Late Tuesday night launched a Kindle e-book reader for Apple's iPhone and iPod Touch. The free app gives iPhone and iPod users access to more than 240,000 Kindle books currently available in Amazon's e-book library.

Kindle for iPhone can be used on any iPhone, iPhone 3G, or iPod touch with Firmware 2.0 or higher installed. Once installed and registered the Kindle app will allow you to browse the Kindle Store directly from your iPhone, allowing you to access your Kindle library archived on

You can access all the Kindle e-books currently in your Amazon account, downloading and storing them on your iPhone or iPod Touch for later reading. You can also browse the store through the Safari browser for the books you want to read and utilizing your registered Amazon account and their 1-Click payment method purchase new books.

Available Kindle content for iPhone?

You have full access to the entire selection of books available for the Amazon Kindle which includes many of the best sellers from leading publishers around the world. You can also download free book samples from the Kindle Store and read the first chapter of a book before you decide to buy. Unfortunately periodicals such as newspapers, magazines, and blogs, and personal documents cannot be viewed on Kindle for iPhone. You are given access to books only!

Using Kindle for iPhone

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