The Amazon Kindle App has already strutted it’s stuff on the major mobile platforms as well as the desktop and of course, the Kindle eBook reader itself. Now, though, it has launched on Windows Phone 7, the latest in a line of mainstream mobile operating systems.
In terms of features, the application is identical to Android and iOS Kindle App, though navigation is a little different making use of the Metro UI, and I have to say it works well.
Whispersync and all the usual functionality is there, including the ability to browse the Kindle store, add notes and change font sizes.
Strangely, the application is not yet available through the Marketplace itself here in the UK, and instead I had to follow the link below on my device and then follow the subsequent download link.
So with the release of the Amazon Kindle App for Windows Phone 7, that’s one of the big-name apps sorted for your Microsoft mobile phone. If you’re a Zath reader with a WP 7 handset, what other apps are you specifically waiting for now?