There are several smartphone users who are in love with reading, especially from the Kindle application on an Android device. Kindle lets you enjoy over 750,000 books on your Android phone, including thousands of free titles. With the recent updates users now have a few more features.

Recently, version 2.0 of the application was uploaded to the Market which grants access to Amazon’s library of more than 100 magazines and newspapers. Other new features include social network integration for sharing your reading progress, page navigation using your hardware volume buttons, a zoom option for graphics, and a fine-tuned UI that shows chapter titles in the app’s status bar.

Several users who read quite a bit were not so happy when they kept receiving the message “storage low.” Finally those users can be happy to know that Kindle for Android can now be installed to the SD card. Go to the market and get Kindle for free or update the application if you haven’t already.

Source: Androinica & AndroidCommunity