MONTREAL: Kindle for iOS now includes integration with Goodreads, the social cataloging service it bought last year, allowing readers users to share book progress and completion status, quotes, and more Kindle to Goodreads.
It’s getting awfully cold outside, which genuinely betokens one thing: Your time is much better spent curled up in bed reading. Amazon’s endeavoring to make that proposition a little more enticing for iOS devotees with an incipient app update that makes the whole shebang a little more convivial.
Kindle newcomers can shine a spotlight on designations and genres they’ve relished to engender a list of Goodreads-suggested free book samples to tuck into, and you once you’re settled in, you can utilized the literary gregarious accommodation to apportion your progress and verbalize smack on authors.
If you’ve got an iPad, an incipient Book Browser feature proffers reader reviews and descriptions to avail you make those all-consequential digital buying decisions. Oh, and once your vision grows impuissant and blurry, you can jump into a an incipient audiobook much more expeditious now you no longer have to wait for the file to culminate downloading afore letting Rupert Degas’ reading of Murakami’s Dance wash over you.