Amazon Launches The India Kindle Store

Amazon today launched the Native indian Amazon kindle Store with the largest selection and lowest prices of any e-bookstore in Native indian. The Native indian Amazon kindle Store offers over one million guides, now available for Native indian clients priced in Native indian Rupees (INR), including 70 of 100 Nielsen Bestsellers. In addition, clients can now purchase Amazon kindle at Croma retail stores across Native indian.

The Native indian Amazon kindle Store features a vast selection of titles, new releases, bestsellers and works from a range of Native indian writers, including Chetan Bhagat, Ashwin Sanghi, Ravinder Singh and Amish Tripathi. Readers will also find exclusive Amazon kindle guides such as “Love, Life and a Beer Can” by Prashant Sharma and “Reality Bites; a not so innocent Love Story” by Anurag Anand as well as over one million free classics available to download and read on Amazon kindle.

“We are proud to launch this new Amazon kindle store for Native indian clients – offering Amazon kindle book purchases in rupees and the ability to buy and read the work of many great Native indian writers,” said Russ Grandinetti, vice president of Amazon kindle Content, “In addition, we are excited to work with Croma to make Amazon kindle available at retail stores across Native indian.”

“We are excited to be the first retailer in Native indian to offer the latest generation Amazon kindle to our clients. This product will launch exclusively in all Croma stores across Native indian at an introductory price of 6,999 INR,” said Mr. Ajit Joshi, CEO and Managing Director of Croma. “Kindle is the bestselling e-reader in the world and has revolutionized the way people read. Amazon kindle wirelessly downloads guides on a high-resolution electronic-ink screen that looks and reads just like real paper, even in bright sunlight.”

The Amazon kindle lets you download guides in less than 60 seconds, carry up to 1,400 guides and read for up to one month on a single battery charge. You can also buy your guides once and read them everywhere—on Amazon kindle, iPad, iPod touch, iPhone, Mac, PC and Android-based devices. Amazon’s Whispersync technology syncs your place across all devices, so you can pick up where you left off. With Amazon kindle Worry-Free Archive, guides you purchase from the Amazon kindle Store, and any notes or annotations you create, are automatically backed up online in your Amazon kindle library on where they can be re-downloaded wirelessly for free, anytime.

Amazon also launched Amazon kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) for independent writers and publishers in Native indian. KDP is a fast, free and easy way for writers and publishers to make their guides available to Amazon kindle clients in Native indian and around the world on both Amazon kindle devices and free Amazon kindle reading apps. New features for writers and publishers in Native indian include the ability to set prices specific for Native indian, as well as receive royalty payments in rupees. For more information on KDP, visit the KDP page.

Customers can visit the new Native indian Amazon kindle Store now.

Customers can discover full details on the Amazon kindle page and Junglee or at Croma retail stores throughout Native indian. Customers can also continue to purchase Amazon kindle, Amazon kindle Touch and Amazon kindle Touch 3G from Amazon with shipment to Native indian.

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