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Kindle comes to BlackBerry

By digitalcoconut on February 19th, 2010 

Amazon has introduced a Kindle app (beta release) for BlackBerry devices [US only]. This Kindle app will provide more or less all the features of a regular Kindle e-book reader, just like the iPhone Kindle app. So, now you will be able to browse the Kindle store for books (which now has over 400,000 books), purchase e-books, download samples, read the beginning of books before purchasing one, straight off your BlackBerry. The app doesn't come with a price tag and currently works only on those BlackBerry devices that are served by AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon networks.

Amazon has also ensured that it will provide platform independent syncing support to its users. Therefore you will now be able to sync your e-books(i.e access any previously purchased books of a particular account), bookmarks across all the compatible devices including the iPhone, iPod Touch.

Visit '' from your BlackBerry to download your copy.


Kindle comes to BlackBerry was originally published on on February 19, 2010 - 2:09 pm (Indian Standard Time)