Amazon release Kindle Lite app for Android (beta)


Amazon recently pushed an update to its Kindle app, giving it a revamped look and couple of new features. Now the e-commerce giant has released a lite version of Kindle app for Indian users, designed to work on networks with slower speed (2/2.5G), and areas with spotty and unstable data connections.

The Kindle Lite app is currently in beta stage for Android, and will take less space on the smartphone, as the app is just 2MB in size. As mentioned earlier, Kindle Lite will work seamlessly on 2G networks, and also lets you monitor your data usages and manage storage. It is compatible with devices running Android 4.4 and above.

The lite version offers similar features as the regular Kindle app, and even lets you read sample of an eBook before you buy. The library includes thousands of free eBooks, as well as paid eBooks, which you can purchase via Amazon Pay, credit or debit cards and net banking. Apart from English, you can read eBooks in five Indian languages including Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati, Marathi and Malayalam.

Moreover, you do not need to wait for eBooks to download in full to begin reading. Additionally if your reading is interrupted, Kindle Lite will save your last reading position, and you can come back to continue reading from where you left off.

Ajedux Bey
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Amazon release Kindle Lite app for Android (beta) Amazon release Kindle Lite app for Android (beta) Reviewed by Ajedux Bey on 11/02/2017 02:15:00 PM
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