Kindle for PC is a program that allows you to shop for ebooks and read them on your computer, slate or tablet. Whenever you purchase something everything is stored in the Amazon Cloud and can be accessed on Kindle e-readers, Fire tablets or any of the companies apps. Amazon has just purchased out version 1.25 for both PC and MAC.
Here is the latest updates for Kindle for PC:
1. Collections management: Search collections by name and sort collections by name or last update.
2. Bug fixes and performance improvements.
Kindle for Mac:
1. Support for 64-bit.
2. Study features: Updated Notebook panel that allows you to view your notes, highlights, and bookmarks side-by-side with your book. You can also export your notes and automatically create flashcards from your Notebook content.
3. Collections management: Search collections by name and sort collections by name or last update.
4. Bug fixes and performance improvements.
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