Amazon’s Kindle e-reader app has just gone live for owners of Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 platform. The digital reader software will allow users to read books purchased through the Amazon Kindle store and can synchronize where you last left off on your book so you can pick up another device and continue reading. Kindle is currently available on a number of platform, including Amazon’s Kindle hardware, iPad, iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, Mac, and PC.
The app itself is free, and there are a number of free e-books through Kindle store. Popular and new titles are also available for download at a cost.
To get your Kindle app for Windows Phone 7, go to Marketplace for Windows Phone 7, Microsoft’s official app store for the platform, and download.
Via: Mobile Burn
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