Amazon has released a new version of its Kindle app for Macs, bringing support for Lion’s multi-touch gestures, such as panning and swiping. Version 1.10.3 also brings support for Kindle Format 8 books (which means richer formatting) and larger libraries, as well as the usual bug fixes and performance improvements. The update should be welcome news for those reading ebooks with a large number of notes and highlights, as those will load and react much more quickly than in the previous version. Also new in this version, native support for Japanese-language content. Read the full story at Mashable.
Amazon Updates Kindle for Mac With Multi-Touch Gestures
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