Saturday, April 11, 2015

Amazon Kindle for Android updated with Word Wise to quickly understand difficult words without much interruptions.

As a father, I find Word Wise to be a super useful addition to Kindle. With Word Wise enabled, readers will see short and simple definitions automatically appear above difficult words. And Amazon Kindle does that without being too intrusive. Briefly putting it to the test today, I found that Word Wise did indeed offered a clear definition of words that I would have otherwise stopped my reading to get the definition - using the good old press and hold. Again, as a father of a little girl who's main spoken and written language is French, this makes my task of teaching her English so much easier.

The update, which was released two days ago, brings you more info about the book itself and the author. See the full change log below:

  • Read more challenging books with Word Wise.
  • Learn more about the book and author before you start reading.
  • See popular highlights from other Kindle readers.
  • Create flashcards from textbooks to help you study.
  • Look up words with any dictionary.
  • Control Audible playback easily without leaving the page.
  • Navigate manga easily with a table of contents.
  • Bug fixes.

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