Amazon Kindle has made a lot of changes recently, bringing many new features to readers. If you are a Kindle user, please pay attention!
First, Amazon recently announced the launch of a new Kindle reading app for Mac and renamed the old app to Kindle Classic. This new application has a modern design and many new features to make reading on Mac more comfortable and convenient.
The design of the new Kindle app is similar to the Kindle app on iOS, the default view is your library, you can sort by grid, list or favorites, and by read/unread, files and news cabinet filter. You can also use new features such as infinite scroll, reading ruler, additional fonts, full-screen viewing, new themes, page turning animation, X-Ray, etc. to make your reading experience richer.
In addition, Amazon has made several improvements to Send to Kindle. They will stop supporting AZW, PRC, and MOBI formats at the end of this year, but Send to Kindle for Documents will support more file formats, including PDF, DOC, DOCX, TXT, RTF, JPEG, GIF, PNG, and BMP. In addition, the new version also supports more cloud storage services, including Dropbox, Google Drive and OneDrive. These new features will make it easier for users to send files to their Kindle e-readers or apps. Now you can preview how your files will look before sending them to make sure they appear correctly on your Kindle. Additionally, you can annotate and annotate files for better reading and research.
The third new feature is the compatibility upgrade of Kindle Personal Documents. Amazon has started converting user-uploaded Kindle personal files to the newer KFX format . This feature originally launched on Kindle Scribe and has now been extended to other Kindle devices and apps, including Kindle for Android and Kindle for iOS. This means that when you send files via email or through the Send to Kindle feature, Amazon will deliver individual files in KFX format, providing a better reading experience.
Overall, new improvements and features in Amazon's Kindle app and Send to Kindle feature make reading and managing files more convenient and personal. Whether you're reading on a Kindle e-reader or an Android or Mac OS app, these improvements will give you a better reading experience.