Amazon‘s wave of announcements takes consumer’s by storm as the company drop Kindle for iOS 4 application update and non-beta Kindle for Android application now available in the Android Market.
Android lovers will now be able to access and download 600,000 available titles for Kindle Store. The application works like a front end app for Kindle Store which you’ll be kicked out to the Kindle Store in your Browser, and from there you’ll be able to purchase the book you want, or download a few chapters for free then after you buy it you’ll be back to the app then Amazon’s WhisperSync will take care of the rest of the content to sync it to your phone.
The Kindle App for Android looks similar to iPhone App though it doesn’t support embedded audio and video. It also enables you to flick the pages from left to right with animation omitted compared to iPhone App. Setting like the font, background and even the brightness is still configurable.
The big smile, sure to know with the Android Kindle app is now available at the A-Market for free.