As iPad market reaches a record high on the first day of new iPad sales, Amazon leaving no stone turned to tap the growing population of iPad users. The online giant has released a Kindle app update specially designed for the next-generation iPad.
According to Mashable, The app aims to make reading on the iPad even more seamless, with crisper fonts and a new library view feature that makes e-book covers look more clear and bright.
The new iPad was launhed by Apple on March 7. It features the highest ever resolution display, an improved 5MP camera, 1080p video, voice-to-text dictation and fast 4G connectivity.
The Kindle app brings a redesigned look to the interface. Those using the new iPad as well as previous models will see an option at the top of the homescreen that allows the device to access content from both the product itself and the cloud, Mashable reports.