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Amazon Going Mobile with Kindle?
As the technology advances, the craze for e-book is also getting high among the readers. Up till now, there have been lots of tech-giants that have come up with their e-books with state-of-the-art and best-of-the-breed features, but the e-book I am going to let you know also has something different and exclusive to provide you with.
Amazon, exploiting the rant and rave for e-book readers by availing Kindle on mobile phones, has now decided to roll out their 2nd Gen of Kindly, which is slated to be made available this month.
Kindle boasts of working by taking advantage of an electronic paper display and is able to download content from Amazon Whispernet, which comes without any fee. Presently, Kindle has been offering about 230,000 titles. Kindle claims to have edge over its rivals by comprising a lot of newly-launched books plus existing bestsellers in its library.
Herdener Drew, a spokesman for Amazon, with reference to the release of Kindle on the mobile platform, was quoted as saying, “We are excited to make Kindle books available on a range of mobile phones. We are working on that now.”
Kindle is all the rage among the users for the reason that it comes with the offering of a large screen which resembles in size to a paperbook and boasts of having a long battery life. It is also included with a special technology which users can use to read in most light conditions.
Thanks to this, experts are of the opinion that smartphones can’t swap the likes of Kindle & Sony eReader, even if Apple making expansion of its e-book service. Even Nintendo has come up with the introduction of a list of novels for its DS handheld console. There is no world from Amazon as yet exactly when Kindle titles will be made accessible on mobile devices.