One of the things we kept hearing from yesterday’s reviews of the new iPad was that the Kindle app disappointed with current generation graphics and more importantly blurry text. Not to fear, Amazon updated the iPad Kindle App today with Retina graphics. The iPhone version got an update as well.
The changes include:
-New library design. View your content in a new, updated look and feel. iPhone users can now choose view their library in grid view.
-Cloud view. Easily access all of your content in the cloud in a simple, combined view.
-Optimized for the new iPad Retina display.
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