Hardly the most catchy title, the Kindle Fire HD 8.9” is likely to get lumped in with other Kindle Fire models in most people’s minds, however this would be a crying shame, as this is, by a long way, the best product in the Kindle Fire range, and the first true competition with Apple’s iPad from Amazon in the multi-function tablet market.
For a long time the Kindle has been the undisputed king of the ebook reader market, with their eInk readers being far better… Read the rest
As Amazon launched its new range of Kindle Fire HD tablets in the recent weeks, one of the other things that came under immense highlight was their revised 4thgeneration Kindle ebook reader. While the brand new model spots a complete black design, the older version was silver in color. Amazon created a strong build up for the 15% faster page turns of the new 2012 edition as well as for its deeper fonts. Let’s compare the older and new versions to conclude whether the created… Read the rest
Amazon finally made public the successor of its hugely popular Kindle Fire Tablet in the recent weeks. The release is well-timed with the upcoming holiday season and with the superior hardware, software and UI it is expected to rule over the tablet market soon after its release. Is the Android tablet good enough for its price and how it ranks up with its predecessor is the question we will ponder upon.
The slimmer and lighter Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7 offers a promising 7inch… Read the rest
Together with the release of the new Kindle Fire, several other software creators have started to release updates and upgrades, so that all the content gets full support on the new devices from Amazon. One of the first on the list is Adobe, to bring forth the Digital Publishing Suite, the innovation in the digital world that promises to do well by both magazine publishers and readers of popular titles. A goodeReader representative had an interview with Lynly Schambers-Lenox, Group Product Marketing Manager, Digital Publishing… Read the rest
Amazon has introduced an absolutely amazing browser extension named “Send to Kindle for Google Chrome” which allows Kindle users to send web material like news, blog posts as well as highlighted text from Google Chrome to any Kindle device or app. The new tool can be used with just two clicks through Google Chrome as a Kindle icon is added to the toolbar after installment of the Chrome extension.
In contrast to rest of “send to kindle” apps which have been designed to transfer non-Amazon… Read the rest
Since the beginnings of digital reading, the scenario has changed a lot and many readers are shifting from E-Ink readers to full-fledged tablets, due to their wide functional capacities like video watching, internet surfing, listening to music, email exchange and access to a large range of apps.
Kobo ebook reader
In accordance to the new perspective of the tablet scene, both Barnes & Noble and Amazon have developed their ecosystems for the convenience of added content, whereas Kobo has used Getjar to provide its users… Read the rest