May 18 AT 7:12 AM Anthony Domanico 11 Comments

Kindle for Android coming to the Android Market soon

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Good news for all you e-book readers out there. Amazon has just announced that and Android version their popular Kindle application will be dropping on the Android market very soon. Kindle for Android will allow users to browse the Kindle store, purchase books directly from the Kindle application, and read directly on their Android device.

Kindle for Android will sync with your Kindle Device, or Kindle for PC app to save the page you last read so you can easily transition between places without having to remember where you had left off. The Kindle app will include the ability to edit text size, add bookmarks, and view created annotations from your Kindle or Kindle from PC. More details can be found on the press release in the source link below.

Expect to see the Kindle for Android app detailed the Google I/O 2010 conference, which begins tomorrow. The final app then should be release shortly thereafter, so hopefully we will be able to download this by the end of the month. We will post a full review shortly after the app is released into the wild.

Source: Amazon

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