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Kindle Adds Magazine and Newspaper Subscriptions

The Amazon Kindle is a device that has received a lot of attention thus far for bringing eReaders to the market. Now, the company has announced that they will be bringing magazines and newspapers subscriptions to those devices as well. Along with the updating of the Kindle is an updating of the IOS five form including the unlocked iPhone 4, iPad, and iPod touch that will allow for users to be able to read, browse and purchase more than 100 newspapers and magazines.

The update to the application will allow for users to read the magazines and newspapers along with the high-resolution color photos and other media that will be involved with the release of the magazines. The company also confirmed that more content is going to be added to the platform at some point in the near future.

The update will also be removing the store button from the application and will allow users to share information from books and magazines that they read with their Facebook and twitter friends. The application for the IOS platform such as unlocked iPhone 4 is one that has received a lot of attention over the course of the last few years and continues to be a popular option for many. It will be interesting to see if the addition of the magazine and newspaper subscriptions bring more users to the service and more downloads to the application. These subscriptions are supposedly going to cost the same amount as they do standard shift to the door, which should save these companies quite a bit of money in the long run. It will be interesting to see if they are able to expand the library of different magazines and newspapers moving forward. They have been able to put together an excellent array of different options that are going to be available to users, but they are undoubtedly going to see more options at some point in the future. If they were able to put together a larger collection you can bet that they will be able to garner a larger subscriber base.