As a long term Kindle user, I have perhaps one complaint with the device. They do only one job but do it so well that there’s little reason for users to upgrade. Jokes aside, there’s been little reason for most users to buy new Kindles. Sure, there was the Kindle Oasis with its waterproofing but the unconventional design and high price tag made it hard to justify. Enter the 4th Generation Kindle Paperwhite. Thinner, Lighter, Waterproof. Dare I say that this is the perfect Kindle? Continue reading “Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2018) Review”
Amazon today updated its Kindle app that brings All-New Design and several new features. Amazon says that the new look is built around the books you love. You can between the new light theme or existing dark theme. You can quickly navigate with one-tap access to the things you use most, including your most recent book. U.S. users also get new community tab featuring Goodreads discovery and discussion features on Kindle for iOS.
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Amazon’s Kindle e-reader will finally support e-books in regional languages. Users will now be able to read e-books in a total of five India languages including Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Gujarati and Malayalam.
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Amazon has introduced a new feature which allows users to easily flip through the pages of their e-books. Dubbed as Page Flip, the feature lets you move back and forth while reading an e-book.
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Amazon is back with an all new Kindle which is dubbed as Oasis. The eighth generation Kindle was launched in India earlier this month for a hefty price of Rs. 23,999 for the WiFi variant and Rs. 27,999 for the WiFi and 3G variant. The design shift from Amazon’s Paperwhite to Voyage was noticeable but not game changing. However, this time Amazon has given Oasis a major overhaul in terms of design and aesthetics. Along with a brand new design, does the flagship e-reader offer any new features? We have got our hands on the Kindle Oasis. Let’s see if it is worth the price tag in this review.
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Just yesterday, it was reported that the next gen Kindle could be called as Kindle Oasis. Today, a new leak is giving out details about the specification, design and cover for the new Kindle Oasis. Continue reading “Kindle Oasis with rechargeable battery cover leaked”
Just last week, Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos revealed that the company will finally introduce the next-generation high-end Kindle eReader next week. Now, more information about the name and features of the e-reader have surfaced. Continue reading “Waterproof Kindle Oasis expected to launch this week”
Amazon has announced the launch of Kindle Unlimited subscription service in India. Users can now read unlimited books at a monthly price of Rs. 199 with this new service.
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Amazon wants its users to discuss books via popular mobile messaging apps. A latest update to Kindle for Android app will now allow users to share quotes, highlights, and book recommendations with friends through WhatsApp and Facebook Messenger.
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Amazon has updated its Kindle app for iOS and Android with Audible audiobook integration. This will enable users to seamlessly switch between reading and listening to their favorite books without leaving the app.
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Amazon has integrated Kindle documents to its own Cloud drive thereby by giving its users 10 GB Amazon Cloud storage, in addition to 5GB of storage. Kindle owners received an email from Amazon informing them that all documents sent to Kindle are now stored on Amazon Cloud Drive.
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Amazon Kindle devices have been on sale in India for sometime now and today, Amazon is introducing EMI offers for the same. Amazon has announced that starting today, consumers will be able to buy the Amazon series of Kindle devices including – Amazon Kindle, Amazon Kindle PaperWhite and Amazon Kindle Fire tablets from Amazon with an EMI option.
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Path was launched in November 2010 as a social network to capture and share special moments with friends and family. Currently, Path has about more than five million users. Initially the app was available in iOS and Android, but now Path is officially available for Kindle Fire.
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Barnes and Nobles was recently in the lime light for making a partnership deal with Microsoft with respect to the “Nook” category of devices the book giant produces. We were wary of what the outcome might be, but in an obvious move, they are trying to battle their competitors again, with the announcement of the new Nooks, name the Nook HD and the Nook HD+. Clearly, these new Nooks are the answers to the latest Kindle Fires from Amazon, their arch rivals in the e-reader world. Continue reading “Barnes and Noble takes on the Amazon Kindle Fire with Nook HD and Nook HD+”
Amazon has cut the price of the Kindle Fire to $159 from $199. It also comes with upgraded specs including a 1.2 GHz OMAP4430 processor with 40% faster performance, 1GB of RAM and longer battery life of up to 8.5 hours. Other features remain the same as the original Kindle Fire from the previous year including a 7-inch (1024×600 pixels) IPS display, 8 GB of internal memory, USB 2.0, 3.5 mm audio jack and Wi-Fi support. It weighs 400 grams, few grams lesser than the first Kindle Fire. Continue reading “Amazon Kindle Fire gets a Price Cut , Improved Specs”