New York City Amazon.com is offering a new application that lets consumers access books on its electronic reader, Kindle, from Apple’s popular iPhone and iPod touch devices.
With the free application, available on Apple's application store, consumers can synchronize Kindles with iPhones and iPod touch, giving those users access to more than 240,000 books available on Kindle.
With the "Kindle for iPhone and iPod touch" application, a user can read a few pages of a book on the Kindle or its newer version, Kindle 2, and continue reading from where they left off on the iPhone or iPod touch.
Users can shop for books on their Kindle or online and wirelessly transfer the books to the iPhone or iPod touch. They will also be able to access all previously purchased Kindle books and adjust the text size or add bookmarks.