Amazon has promised to release a version of its Kindle ereader app specifically suited to Android-based tablets later in 2011, ahead of the presumed torrent of slates expected to run Google’s open-source platform. The app
Over at BlogKindle.com, Andrei Pushkin has formulated a walk-through to help root your NOOKcolor and install the Kindle for Android application. He was even able to successfully install and run youtube, Gmail, and yes our
Amazon’s Kindle for Android app has been updated to v2.0, complete with newspaper and magazine support together with “Move to SD Card” functionality enabled. The ereader app now allows access to Amazon’s
Verizon and Amazon announced that the popular eBook application Kindle will be preloaded on many of the carriers devices. Kindle for Android is arguably the best eReader on the market, and with access to over 700,000 books with
Amazon’s very popular Kindle App for Android has received an update. Bringing many new and much requested features, the Kindle is proving to maintain it’s position as the most popular eReader app on the Market.
Well, that came out of nowhere. Despite the fact that Samsung announced the Vibrant for T-Mobile, which is coming pre-installed with Kindle Editions, no one assumed that the application itself would just magically appear in the
Acer is at it again, just last week when their CEO demonstrated an Acer tablet another one emerges. In the past Acer has said they will not be entering the tablet market but it appears that decision has been overturned. This is
Amazon has confirmed that their Kindle for Android ereader app will be released this summer, offering Android device users the chance to not only read existing titles on their smartphones but to buy them and download them direct