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    For those who have the Kindle iOS app, make sure to update it as it received a new refresh just recently. Students can now get Kindle eTextbooks on their iPhones on version 4.7 of the app. The new version makes studying much easier for students because notes can be filtered by chapters with the Notebook feature. Users will also be able to read customer reviews and book descriptions using the new Book Browser feature.

    For comic book lovers, the left hand side of the panel navigation menu provides a table of contents. This new feature gives readers the page numbers and chapter headings. According to Amazon, the Kindle app implemented a table of contents for most comic books. Amazon is one of the first developers to update their Kindle app, in support of the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus resolutions.

    Take a look at the changes to version 4.7 of the iOS Kindle app:

    Book Browser (now for iPhone!): Using the Book Browser, customers can now view and get additional information about books. Tapping on a book cover displays a detail page that provides information about the book, including the book description and customer reviews. Kindle Unlimited members can download and read immediately.
    Comics Table of Contents: customers can now access their table of contents from the left panel navigation menu for most comic books and see chapter headings and page numbers.
    eTextbooks on iPhone: Students can now access Kindle eTextbooks from their iPhone with the free Kindle app, making it easier than ever to study anywhere. With improvements to Notebook, students can not only view all of their notes and highlights in one place, but now also filter by chapter for easy studying.
    Performance and stability improvements
    If you do not have the app, you can download the 48.7MB app for free from the App Store. You will need iOS 7.0 or later on your iPod Touch, iPhone, or iPad in order for the app to work.

    Source: iTunes

    Twitter: @AkshayMasand
    2015-02-12 05:32 AM