// June 28, 2010, 12:33 PM PST
The Kindle for Android home screen doesn't look substantially different than the iPhone version.
This is the pop-up settings menu for Kindle for Android.
This is how content is sorted on the home screen on Kindle for Android.
The Kindle Store uses an efficient mobile browser connection which quickly allows for purchasing and browsing of content.
Here I've looked up books by Anthony Bourdain.
Here you can buy a book or have a sample chapter sent to you.
This is the screen where you can specify which of your Kindle-enabled devices are to receive the content. By default it is set to my Droid, but I could also have it sent to my iPad as well.
Here is sample content in portrait mode with a large font.
Here is sample content in landscape mode.
Here is the progress/page view.
These are the menu options available when reading text.
You can set three different color schemes and five different font sizes.
Here is the sepia theme with a large font.
Here is the sepia theme with a smaller font.