Windows Phone 7 owners finally have access to Amazon’s popular Kindle e-book reading app. It’s a free download from the Zune Marketplace.
The app features Amazon’s Whispersync technology to synchronize the page of the book you’re reading with other Kindle apps, the Kindle desktop software and the Kindle hardware reader if you have one. It’ll also synchronize any notes and highlights you make inside the book.
The app also features built-in, direct access to the Kindle store for purchasing new books, variable font sizes, and portrait and landscape reading modes.
Unfortunately, the app doesn’t have access to newspapers or magazines—just books. Only the Kindle Android app and Kindle hardware reader currently feature support for newspapers and magazines, and the Android app sports color images as well.
Link: Kindle for Windows Phone 7 [Amazon.com]