Amazon has recently updated its Kindle app for Android with few important features. Perhaps most notably is the support for PDF documents, allowing users to have a single app for all their reading needs. But wait – it’s not that cool actually. You see, when you read PDF file in the Kindle app, you can’t use bookmarks, highlitghts or make notes like you would in ebooks bought from Amazon. We hope that will change (improve) in the future releases and in the meantime there are other dedicated PDF readers you could use (like ezPDF for instance).
In addition, Kindle’s Android client now supports Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich phones, which at this moment means only Galaxy Nexus. Plus, there’s a new option to control margins and line spacing when reading a book on your smartphone.
Finally, several bugs have been fixed to make the app even more stable… Kindle remains the free app and you can download it from a link below.
Kindle (FREE) [Android Market link]