Amazon's Kindle app for iOS has been updated in the App Store with support for VoiceOver for the visually impaired. The added compatibility with the built in iOS feature allows for easier navigation of the library, and makes it better to read and interact with the Kindle books.

As VoiceOver is part of iOS, and not Kindle, you'll need to ensure it has been enabled in the main settings menu first. To do this, head into Settings>General>Accessibility and switch VoiceOver to on. Then, when you head back into your Kindle app, you're good to go.

In addition, Amazon has also made enhancements to 'Before You Go,' with the ability to download free samples and email yourself reminders about recommended books. 'Before You Go' is available directly from the 'Go To' menu, and also allows you to easily rate and review books.

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