Amazon to release Kindleware for Apple’s iPadAmazon launches free e-book application for iPhone
23 March 2010
Amazon has released a free app allowing Apple devotees to read Kindlebooks on their iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Mac computers.
The Kindle for Mac features Amazon’s Whispersync technology which allows for the automatic saving and synchronizing of bookmarks and last page reads across Kindle and Apple devices.
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Amazon said it is planning to add several new features to the Mac apps in the future, including full text search and the ability to create and edit notes and highlights.
Commenting on the free application for the Mac, Jay Marine, director of Amazon Kindle, said: ‘Kindle for Mac is the perfect companion application for customers who own a Kindle or Kindle DX.
‘For those customers who don’t yet have a Kindle, Kindle for Mac is a great way to instantly access and read the most popular new releases as well as their old favourites.’
Where to go to download your free app
Kindle for Mac is available as a free download from http://www.amazon.com/kindleformac.
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