Kindle for iPhone

Amazon will sell books to smartphone users, starting with Kindle for iPhone.

Amazon's software application, which can be downloaded free of charge, allows iPhone and iPod Touch users to read books or periodicals purchased on the Web or through their dedicated Kindle device, usually for $9.99. Using a service that Amazon calls whispersync, the program keeps track of a readers' latest page in any given book across both a Kindle and iPhone.

Amazon Extends Book Sales Beyond Its Kindle to iPhone [WSJ]

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