As you Know many popular Android apps provide a lite version app such as for Facebook, Microsoft and Twitter. A week after updating a Kindle app, Amazon released a Kindle Lite app in beta version for Indian users. Amazon Kindle Lite app is designed for low-end Android Smartphones. The company also added that the app is specially designed for Indian readers.
Amazon Kindle Lite is a new Lightweight app built for a great reading experience even on slow networks and with bad connectivity. Size of the app is less than 2MB which will help you to works on slow networks also, it will occupy less space on your smartphone.
Features of Amazon Kindle Lite App:
- Start reading instantly:
Don’t wait for eBooks to download full, you can start reading at any time. If your reading gets interrupted, don’t worry Kindle Lite will save your last reading position. You can come back to continue reading from where you left off.
- Manage data & storage:
This apps Monitor your data usage of Wi-Fi/mobile data and also help you to manage the storage of your device.
- Sample books before you buy:
You can read a sample of an eBook for free before you decide to buy that book.
- Read free books:
There are many free books to read, you can choose any of ebook among thousands to read for free.
- Shop for books:
You can easily shop for eBooks, including new releases and Amazon best read, and pay via Amazon Pay, credit or debit cards, and net banking.
- Read books in 5 Indian languages:
This app lets you read eBooks in Five Indian Language such as Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati, Marathi and Malayalam.
Amazon Kindle Lite includes great features which help you read eBook in five Indian languages. The app needs KitKat or above android version to work properly on your Android phones. You can download this app from Google Play-store. Since it is not the final version of Kindle Lite, Amazon said to the users it may face some issues and you can report those bugs.
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