Kindle Store For IPhones Launches.

Posted: May 11 2009, 11:30am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:19pm CDT, in News | Apple

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Amazon just announced the launch of their new Kindle Store for iPhones. This store is meant to integrate fully with the Kindle for iPhones app. Users can now download new books for their iPhone or iPod touch by clicking on the “Get Books” icon, which will open up a Safari-optimized Kindle Store.

The 'Kindle for iPhone' store will feature Amazon's 280,000 book library, with every download already sized and fitted for the iPod touch or iPhone screen. Most of the downloads cost less than $10 dollars, which is a hell of a lot cheaper than buying a new release from pretty much any mainstream bookstore.

This new iPhone-integrated Kindle store is going to do huge business. The 'iPhone for Kindle' app, released in March, has been the most popular book app in the store since then. People have been waiting for Amazon to come out with an iPhone compatible Kindle Store since the app hit. Now that its here, thousands of Apple-junkies impulse-buying book after book are going to make the Kindle an even bigger name.

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