Amazon Kindle Free | Books & Reference
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Amazon Kindle is a sleek and cool hand-held electronic device that enables users to browse, buy, download and read all sorts of e-books, magazines, newspaper and other digital media. It allows users to sync their ebooks between several devices and allows them to customize their reading habits.

Amazon Kindle App is easy to download and you will already have sample books to read, prior to buying them. There are thousands of new books added every day.

Amazon Kindle
Price: Free
Category: Books & Reference
Average Rating: 4.8
Version: Varies by device
Developer: Amazon Mobile LLC

Uninstall the app:
1. Go to Settings menu
2. Choose Apps or Application manager
3. Touch the app you want to remove
4. Press Uninstall.

The Kindle is a revolutionary e-reader with the power to perform many functions. For Kindle beginners there are various interactive video guides created that consists of several users of a all ages and backgrounds that worked to develop these videos guides that teach.

The app is fully compatible on iOS and Android devices and offers dozens of customization options, like filters for enhanced effects, video editing, the addition of stickers and, of course, the ability to add songs to any video. The Tik Tok app enjoys worldwide popularity because there are literally millions of great videos available for anyone who wants to view, exchange or share them with virtually anyone. 

Amazon Kindle Features

Free Books - Thousands of e-books are available at your finger tips for free with the Amazon Kindle App.

Reading Tools - The Amazon Kindle provides handy built in tools, from a built-in dictionary and Wikipedia.

Customize reading - Readers can adjust the screen from brightness, font size, background and color according to their preference and liking.

Sample books - Kindle allows the user to read the first chapter of a book to see if if its worth buying.

Downloading the Amazon Kindle App can sync the book you read last time and then you can start reading the same page of the same book on a different device.