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Kindle for Android app updated, adds Collections for improved organisation
The Kindle app for Android has been updated, adding new functionality including Collections for improved organisation. If you’ve amassed a rather large library of Kindle books, swiping through a carousel interface to find the book you’d like to read could take a long time and the new Collections feature is sure to help.
The feature was previously available on iOS, and now Android users can organise their books into groups, allowing you to name the Collection, add any book you’d like to the Collection and add a book to as many Collections as you’d like.
Collections are also synced across the devices you’re logged into, and the update also includes new features like accessibility improvement for Talkback and Explore by Touch and the ability to rate a book after completing it. The update is rolling out now, and if you haven’t downloaded the app yet and you’d like to try it out, you can do so by following the source link below.