iOS Kindle app updated to 2.9

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Amazon have updated the Kindle app to 2.9. You can now use the Send-to-Kindle feature to send documents to an iOS device, adds PDF reading support and has a new library view.

What’s New In Version 2.9

• Email documents to your new Send-to-Kindle e-mail address and we deliver them to your device. The documents are automatically archived in the Amazon Cloud and available for re-download on your iOS or supported Kindle devices.
• Open PDFs from Mail or Safari, by transferring them from iTunes, or by sending them to your Send-to-Kindle email address. The Kindle PDF reader supports PDF table of contents and thumbnail navigation for quickly jumping through the document.
• New library organization allows you to view your Kindle Books, Newsstand, and Docs.

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  • dunks517
    This is great news as it means if you have ebooks from ‘another source’ you can bypass both Calibre, the Kindle App (both are mega resource heavy and sluggish on my PC) and iTunes when you want a new book to read!
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