Kindle Fire gets its own USA Today app
Did you find a Kindle Fire waiting for you under the tree this year? No? Maybe it was in your stocking? Either way, you’ll be happy to learn that USA Today has released a new version of their application, designed specifically for the Amazon Kindle Fire. Rather than simply offering up a larger version of the smartphone edition, this one comes with its own unique flavor and design. The USA Today application is free to download and features advertisement from Volkswagen, its launch partner. Download it from the Amazon Appstore today and install it on your new Kindle Fire!
“Part of USA TODAY’s mobile strategy is to be the first news source on emerging technologies. We develop and design our apps for each specific device to provide the optimum experience to our customers.” – Dave Hunke, president and publisher of USA TODAY.
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