Kindle for Android now available

Hey all you Kindle fans out there, have you downloaded your copy of the Amazon Kindle app for your Android device yet? Well go ahead! It’s all ready for ya. The app isn’t quite all there yet, but Amazon is quickly working on that. Here’s what they have to say:

We hope you are enjoying this version of Kindle for Android and the large selection of Kindle books that are available in the Kindle Store. As with all our services, we will continue to improve Kindle for Android. Below are some features to be added in the near future:
- Search: You will be able to search for content within your books
- Store: A rich interface for searching and browsing the Kindle catalog within the app
- Dictionary: View word definitions while reading
-Zoom images: Select an image to see an expanded view

We’d also like to hear from you. Please share your thoughts, feedback, and comments with us. You can send them to the Kindle team at – we’d love to hear what you think!
The Kindle team

As of right now, you can log in, retrieve books from your account, and use a link to be directed towards a mobile friendly version of the Kindle store. The Kindle app was to be originally released with the Samsung Vibrant on T-Mobile, but hey, a little early never hurt anyone. You can download the Kindle app now by searching Kindle in the market or by using the QR code below.

Via Android Police