AppleInsider reports that Amazonâ€™s universal Kindle iOS app has been updated with lots of new features for the iPad in particular, such as a Newsstand feature with access to more than 400 magazines and newspapers that can also be downloaded to the Kindle Fire, including the likes of Martha Stewart Living, Cosmopolitan, Menâ€™s Health, and Popular Science. AppleInsider says that both single issues and subscriptions are available. Another feature introduced to the iPad version by the update is access to print replica textbooks, which enables students to purchase or rent a wide variety of said textbooks. These special textbooks keep the same formatting as the print editions, but also have added notes, highlights, zooming, panning, linked Contents tables, and Whispersyncing of notes with other Kindles.
The iPhone and iPod touch hasnâ€™t been entirely forgotten in the update, youâ€™ll be pleased to know, which also brings with it integration of personal documents, such as Word Docs, to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, which means that you can use your Send-to-Kindle email address to move your documents around your devices. PDFs are also now readable via the newly integrated PDF reader.
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Source: AppleInsider | Kindle iPad app adds Amazon Newsstand, Google Voice for iPhone gains group texts