Amazon is about to launch a Kindle app for Android. This new application gives Android users access to more than 500,000 Kindle books. The app itself is free and includes Whispersync technology that automatically syncs up your last page read, bookmarks and notes across Kindle devices. Kindle newspapers, magazines, and blogs are not available on Kindle for Android.
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The app hasn't launched yet, but you can sign up online to be notified as soon as it is. Kindle for Android requires OS 1.6 or greater, as well as an SD card. The Droid Incredible, Nexus One, MyTouch, Cliq and Droid are specifically listed as compatible.