Amazon releases new Kindle app for Android and iOS, here is what's new
If you don't own an eReader but want to read ebooks, your best bet is a mobile app that can turn just about any smartphone into a book. In case you're already using the mobile app, then you'll be pleased to know that one of the most popular reading apps, Amazon Kindle has just received a major update.
In fact, the new Amazon Kindle app has been completely redesigned and gives lots of new features. For example, you will now be able to choose from either light or dark theme.
There's also Goodreads integration so you can follow your friends' list of books and discuss them whenever you feel like. This specific set of features are only available to iOS users for the moment.
Furthermore, the Kindle app now has larger book covers on both Android and iOS devices, new fonts, and a new logo. Thanks to the new bottom bar, users will now be able to navigate easier through Kindle's most popular features, as well as switch between pages of a book, library, or personal bookstore.
Also, a new search bar has been implemented, which is now available throughout the app. Finally, a Community tab featuring Goodreads discovery and discussion features is only available in the United States on iOS devices, but it will be coming to Android in a future release.