Amazon improves the Kindle interface

After an important Fire TV update last year, Amazon this time improves that of his Kindle. The most famous of the e-readers is indeed endowed with a new interface user.

When it comes to e-Ink screens, we should obviously not expect a revolution, but the update brings a easier navigation with a new bar at the bottom of the screen making it easier to switch from the home screen to the book you're reading or your library.

The main parameters such as airplane mode or brightness which were accessible by pressing the button also benefit from a faster access, a simple swipe down from the top of the screen to now display them.

Amazon specifies that other changes will be made " later this year“, As the formula demands, and it will be possible in particular to select recently read books directly on the home screen or to filter and sort the menus.

The update concerns a priori all devices released after 2015 and should install automatically if connected to Wi-Fi, but you can also manually update your Kindle if you want to get the new interface faster.
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