Kindle App Now Available For Windows Phone 7 Owners
On Tuesday it was announced that Kindle apps are making their way to Windows and Android-based tablets, Amazon decided to sweeten the deal even further by revealing today that its Kindle app will now be made available to Windows Phone 7 owners. This of course comes two months after the Microsoft phone’s U.S. debut.
The app comes with all the standard features of other Kindle apps, as well as the ability to browse, buy, read, annotate and sync books across devices, and two minor features that are not available in any other app: personalized shopping recommendations and the ability to send book recommendations to friends.
As of late December, Microsoft has reported selling approximately 1.5 million Windows Phone 7 units. For some perspective, Mashable has reported that Google has around 300,000 Android devices are activated daily, and 3 million iPhone 4 devices were sold in its first three weeks on the market.
The Kindle app for Windows Phone 7 is now available in the Windows Phone Marketplace.
Features of Kindle for Windows Phone 7 include:
*Kindle’s Worry-Free Archive automatically backs up your Kindle library on Amazon, so your books can be re-downloaded wirelessly anytime.
*Integrated shopping experience allows you to shop without leaving the app.
*Send an email to a friend with a link to the book you’re reading or to any book in your library without leaving the app.
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