Amazon Kindle app for Android gets new interface

Amazon Kindle app for Android gets new interface

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Amazon announced on Friday (April 26) an update to the Kindle app for Android which sees a number of new features and improvements. Most notably, the tablet experience looks more like the Kindle Fire experience with a carousel. Other changes include redesigned home screen, a more simple navigation, free samples of Kindle titles, and bug fixes.

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