MacStories reports today that Amazonâ€™s Kindle app has just received an update to version 2.6, which ushers in several significant improvements, including real page numbers, which has also just been added to Kindle readers. Real page numbers mean that users can now make citations in the classroom, or be, literally, on the same page as other members in a book club, for example. Real page numbers are currently available for thousands of Kindle books, with more due to be added in the near future. Another new feature is that you can now see your progress through a book on the Home screen in list view on both iPad and iPhone, and on the iPhone you can view your percentage completed. The third major feature introduced by the update is the ability to look up words on Wikipedia and Google without having to leave the app.
If you donâ€™t already have the Kindle app, click here to download the updated version, which is free: Kindle for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad on the iTunes App Store
Source: MacStories Real Page Numbers Come to iOS Kindle App, iTunes
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