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AppChatter.com is now publishing to the Amazon Kindle

May 16, 2009 by Rob  
Filed under News, Tips and How-To's, Site News

appchatteronamazonkindle 150x96 AppChatter.com is now publishing to the Amazon KindleLooking for trusted iPhone app reviews but can’t put down that Kindle? You’re in luck… Amazon recently openned up blog publishing on the Kindle to pretty much anyone with a blog.  Since we’re always looking for ways to increase our readership we figured we’d give if a try, why not right?  The big question now is whether anyone will actually sign up and read us via their Kindle.  Since we publish primarily iPhone app reviews it will be interesting to see if we can get any Kindle readers following us.

If you have a Kindle, go ahead and sign us up!  Remember that blog subscriptions are free for the first 14 days during the trial period.

AppChatter.com on Kindle is $1.99 per month (we’re worth it!) via Amazon.com and Kindle.

Amazon Releases Kindle app for iPhone, ebook readers rejoice

March 4, 2009 by Rob  
Filed under App News

img 0002 100x150 Amazon Releases Kindle app for iPhone, ebook readers rejoiceIf you’re like me and can’t bring yourself to spending the $359.00 for an Amazon Kindle, but still like the idea, then today is your day. Available now in the iTunes App Store is Amazon’s new Kindle application, and it’s free.

According to Tuaw the app apparently does not connect directly to the Kindle store, to get ebooks on your iPhone you will need to purchase them (via Safari) and then download them onto the device via the app. Also, the text-to-speech function of the new Kindle 2 is absent in the iPhone app version.

Tech blog TechCrunch has a great walk through of the application for those wanting to know more.

Kindle for the iPhone is free in the iTunes App Store.

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