Kindle App (iOS) Adds Search for iPad, Other Improvements

Amazon.com’s Kindle app for the iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch has received a major update to version 2.2. The free eBook reader/manager now allows for a full search of words books while reading them on the iPad, which is a a boost for genealogists using iPads and Kindle to manage their eBook selection or Kindle books. It has also improved searching inside of books for iPhone or iPod touch users. Another major addition allows you to look up the definition of words with the included 250,000 entry dictionary, as well as accessing Google and Wikipedia.

Changes/Updates:
* Instant word lookup on included dictionary with 250,000 entries and definitions
* Search inside the book on iPad
* Improved experience for searching inside the book on iPhone and iPod Touch
* Improvements to line-spacing on iPad
* Look up words on Google and Wikipedia
* Fast app switching and bug fixes on iOS4 devices

Requirements:
* iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad
* iOS/iPhone OS 3.0 or later

For more information, you can visit the Kindle app page at Amazon.com

There is a small page dedicated to genealogy books on the Kindle platform here at MobileGenealogy.com

Comments are closed.