Kindle App for Windows Phone 7
The Buy Once Read Everywhere Kindle app has been really making news across the globe as more and more readers across the globe who use Kindle DX or Kindle 3G make use of this application to download and sync more books from the Kindle Store. However, Amazon now realizes that Android and Windows 7 based smartphones and tablets are making news all over the international market and they need to come up with something for users that use Windows 7 tablets. To make this possible Kindle has been working hard to come up with a new Kindle app that allows Windows 7 tablet users to enjoy Kindle books on their Windows 7 tablets.
Currently, Kindle books can be read on Kindle, Kindle DX, Kindle 3G, iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Mac and PC and even Android-based devices. However, Kindle has now launched their new Kindle app for consumers who use Windows 7 devices. The app is available freely for download and Windows 7 device users can download them and see if they are able to use it perfectly. Dorothy Nicholls, Director of Kindle said that they always want to give more to the readers and therefore they decided to come up with this new app that allows people using Windows 7 devices to read Kindle books. She said that no matter whatever device or platform you are using you are never too far from Kindle Store and that is why they are coming up with better applications. The Buy Once Read Everywhere app is an application that makes it easier for the readers to download, sync and even bookmark their favorite books from Kindle Store.
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She also said that Windows 7 devices are very good looking and therefore they have designed their new app with Whispersync technology that allows users to select their favorite books in a better way at a single touch. Currently there are more than 775,000 books available in the Kindle Store and out of them there are 100 New York best sellers. This gives a wide range of choice to the readers who want to read their favorite books on their even when they are on the move.