Amazon Announces Kindle App for BlackBerry PlayBook tabletBy Avik, Gaea News Network
Monday, September 27, 2010
After the much awaited disclosure of the Playbook by Research in Motion, Amazon is said to have come up with a Kindle App for the same.
The Playbook is scheduled to release in 2011 and Amazon officials have time in hand to design the app for the 7-inch gadget by RIM. This will be Amazon’s yet another marketing policy to sell their products. With their Kindle app configurable with more and more devices the chances that people come to their stores to get on with their entertainment are high.
Dorothy Nicholls, director for Amazon Kindle, revealed to the press in an exclusive interview,
When you buy a Kindle book, you can already read it on iPhone, iPad, Android, PC, Mac, BlackBerry, and, of course, on your Kindle, Kindle 3G, and Kindle DX… We’re very excited to add the new BlackBerry PlayBook to that list. As with our other Kindle apps, the BlackBerry PlayBook app will be free and will incorporate our WhisperSync technology so you can seamlessly switch between devices.
So, what do you think next time on the run are you gonna buy one or two books from amazon?
Tags: Amazon, Blackberry, Playbook, R.I.M.