Kindle app two page view

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To resolve this issue, we need to take 2 column view in Landscape Page which may seem like two page view facing pages.

Kindle iOS app now allows vertical scrolling, window splitting

Here is everything you should know to make the most of the Kindle app on your iPad or iPhone. Kindle app for the iPad and iPhone has many unique features that make it the most versatile book reading environment. The reason is not only how the app is designed. The guide includes advice for ebook newbies, for instance, how to import Kindle books from another device. You will also find more advanced — and less known — features, naming only the ability to save articles for later reading, or book discovery tools. Use the search feature to find the Kindle app.

This site works best with JavaScript enabled. Please enable JavaScript to get the best experience from this site. When using the Kindle app on a wide-screen PC, it would be helpful and like a real book! I don't believe that this option exists at present: could it be added? You're talking to other customers in a self-help forum, not addressing Amazon.

Kindle app for iOS – tips and tricks

We've spent a lot of time discussing the ideal electronic device for reading books. Some swear by the iPad, others are convinced an e-ink reader such as the Amazon Kindle is the only answer. And a growing number of keen readers are perversely attracted to the iPhone or iPod touch as the always-in-your pocket solution. What you don't hear a lot about is reading books on a Mac or PC. Strange, this: Research by Forrester last week showed that 35 percent of electronic book reading is done on a laptop, followed by 32 percent on a Kindle, 15 percent on an iPhone, 12 percent on a Sony e-reader and ten percent on a netbook. Kindle readers rule the roost, though, because they do 66 percent of all their reading in digital form. In my case it's probably nearer to 99 percent.


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