Navigation made easy with “Page Flip” on Amazon Kindle

Amazon is working really hard from the years to eliminate the issues that were preventing readers to switch on to the e-reading platform. The company has enhanced the text lucidity on the screens of Kindle to make it look more comfortable and similar to the hard printed material. They made certain changes in the new […]

Amazon is working really hard from the years to eliminate the issues that were preventing readers to switch on to the e-reading platform.

The company has enhanced the text lucidity on the screens of Kindle to make it look more comfortable and similar to the hard printed material. They made certain changes in the new Kindle oasis to make it feel and look like holding a real book.

The updated edition of the software will add a “Page Flip” feature to the Kindle device, as well as to its Android and iOS application. This updated feature will give you the same feel as you are physically turning the pages of a real book using your thumb. You can also mark the pages where you’ve left off the reading earlier.

Navigation made easy with “Page Flip” on Amazon Kindle

Page Flip is created for you to look and have a sneak-peak of your desired sections of the book with photographs, family trees, and maps.

This feature completely comes in to play when you are reading non-fiction like “Walk in the woods” but it is also convenient for your favorite fictions like “A Game of Thrones” where your characters live in lands like Casterly rocks or Winterfell and “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” in which Charlie is in one-sided love with Sam.

Recently Jeff Kunins, the vice-president for Kindle reader at Amazon, said that the company repeatedly surveys to improve the quality of their Kindle. Non-fiction readers have a clear perspective about their requirements from a Kindle device.

Further, Kunins added that “The No. 1 thing they’ve been telling us to get better at is the navigation”.

Kindle “Page flip” will eliminate the problems with the disorientation of saved pages. It will automatically save and pin your content to the side of the screen and your books can be easily shifted to a different view called “Bird’s eye”.

“Page Flip” could be a great feature that can enhance your reading experience on a Kindle device and we always hope for this kind of advanced updates from the Amazon.

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