The Kindle app also seems to have issues with DRM comics, but that’s been a problem with Amazon apps on Android and iOS for a while now. Amazon has made some changes to address these issues, so it’s possible you’ll see less of the problems in the future. For those that may still have issues with DRM comics, there is also an option to turn off the Kindle app’s automatic resolution of the comics to DC Comics’ comics.
One of the features Amazon plans on adding to the Kindle app is the ability to sync your comics to the Kindle. It’s a simple process, but it’s something most comic fans will find helpful. Currently, you can only sync your comics to Amazon’s cloud storage, but eventually your Kindle will get your comics. It’s not a question of if, just when. It’s not clear when Amazon plans on adding the comic syncing to the Kindle app, but it’s something fans of the Amazon devices should keep an eye out for.
The latest ComiXology app is the way to go for those that want to read comics on the tablet. They’re selling at a fairly good price, and the app is well worth the price. It’s also much faster than the Kindle app and most other apps, and it supports a larger selection of comics than the Kindle app (though both are still pretty full).
But for those of us that are already set in their ways with the Kindle app, there’s a solution. Amazon’s Kindle app will be updated eventually, but it’s not available to Android or iOS devices at this time. It’s not surprising, since the Kindle app works really well on the Kindle Fire and Kindle Fire HD and is a pretty decent comic reader. It’s got many other features that aren’t available in the ComiXology app (such as the ability to read the Kindle books you own in the Kindle app), it’s just a matter of waiting for Amazon to update the Kindle app to actually support the Android and iOS versions of the Kindle Fire.
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There are all sorts of possibilities of things that you could do with this feature, and since it's linked directly with ComiXology's API, it's pretty much guaranteed that the feature will be continually updated. It's also worth noting that there are no plans for any of ComiXology's other apps to follow this example. So if you have a Kindle app on your phone you'll likely need to stick with that app. Sorry Kindle fans, but it sucks that ComiXology hasn't allowed you to read comics on your Kindle yet. Oh well, I guess it's better than nothing.
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