It’s taken a while, but ebook-loving users with Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablets can now put their Kindle subscriptions to proper use. The update has touched on nearly every part of the app to make it fully compatible with Honeycomb’s super-sized UI, including entirely new layouts for the Kindle Store, newspapers and magazines.
The app’s also been fitted with a 250,000-word dictionary for English-speaking users, and full German language support in both the reader and Kindle Store.
Amazon Kindle for Android is a free app that requires Android 2.1 or higher, and is available at the Android Market.
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