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Kindle Lite App

Amazon Kindle Lite App launched for Android with less than 2MB size

Amazon has announced the launch Kindle Lite app, the lightest reading app for Android in India. The Kindle Lite app is less than 2 MB in size and is built to provide a seamless reading experience even in 2G/ 3G networks. The app lets users enjoy their favorite titles across 6 languages – English, Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Gujarati, and Malayalam.

The new Kindle app from Amazon is built to work on devices with a limited amount of storage. The app consumes way less storage and also lets you actively manage your storage for the downloaded eBooks on your phone. It also lets you monitor your WiFi/ Mobile data usage. Kindle Lite app is designed to work on 2G and 3G networks with limited network connectivity. The new app has free eBook samples and titles across English, Hindi, Tamil, Marathi, Gujarati, and Malayalam.

The Kindle Lite app has a simple interface that lets you navigate through the menu, move to next chapter in your eBooks and search through your library, seamlessly. The Lite app allows users to read instantly without the need to download the eBooks first. The Kindle features that customers love, including personalized recommendations, Whispersync (synching your eBooks across devices) are included in the Kindle Lite app.

Additionally, customers are said to get 80% cashback on their first eBook purchase through Amazon pay, on their Kindle Lite app, within the first month of launch. The Kindle Lite app is available for download now on the Play Store.

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