Kindle isn't just the brand name for Amazon's line of iPad-competitor tablets, it's also the name for Amazon's iBooks-competitor ebook reader app for iPhone and iPad. All forms of Kindle, hardware and software, are linked with your Amazon account and let you read all the books you've bought from the Amazon.com Kindle book store. Unfortunately, due to Apple's in-app-purchase restrictions Amazon can't link directly to their Kindle web store from their Kindle iOS app, but anything you buy on the Kindle web store automatically appear in the Kindle iOS app.
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Amazon has finally announced a new Kindle. The Kindle Scribe allows you to even jot down thoughts on the e-ink display with a new Amazon-branded stylus.
Deal of the Day Read all those books you've been meaning to with a kindle bundle at Amazon - you could save a chunk.
While a Kindle may never completely replace the experience of reading a book, it does a darn good job of getting close. But why, of all the range, should you go for the most expensive?
If you want more control over what your kids are reading digitally, these Kids edition Kindles are on sale for Prime Day.
If you love to read, you'll love the Kindle Paperwhite. This little device is one of our favorites, and at 30% off this Prime Day, it's even better.
Amazon's Kindle is a particularly good e-reader but now it has some new competition in the form of Barnes & Noble's Nook GlowLight 4e.
Book-lovers the world over are swapping in those paper pages for space-saving eReaders like the Amazon Kindle. Who knew there would be so many models to choose from?
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