Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Kindle Book Collection App

If you read on a Kindle Fire you know how exasperating it is to try to scroll through dozens or hundreds (or in my case, thousands) of books for one particular one...or just for something that fits your mood of the day for a good read. I have no idea why the designers of the Kindle Fire (Fire-men?) didn't take the very basic design of the first Kindles and include a way to put books into folders for organization. To me, it seems that anyone who reads knows the importance of having some sort of system in your library. Even if you space your books on a shelf according to the order of height, it's rare to find a home library that doesn't have at least some sort of organization.

I used to find myself reaching for my old keyboard Kindle for reading, simply because of its folders which allowed me to keep my fiction, non-fiction, cookbooks, read, to-read next and others separate.

FINALLY! The folks at Digital Media Revolutions came up with an app for the Kindle that allows you to organize your ebooks into folders. At $2.99 it's a huge bargain, in my opinion.

Amazon says:

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Book Collections is the app that every Kindle Fire owner has been waiting for!

Now you can organize your books into customizable folders that you can create and rename. You can also edit your book's data and location to keep track of how much you've read. And you can access your books to read directly from the Book Collections app!

Keep in mind that the Kindle Fire's e-reader is unable to remember your location when accessed from third-party apps. Use the BACK arrow button when finished to return to our app and quickly record your location number so you can get return to where you were next time. Also note that books with DRM prevent the app from automatically displaying title and author information, which can be manually added using the Edit function.

Your entire library can be sorted just the way you want it. Visit us at our blog or Facebook page to find free Kindle books and apps!
(Note: I have yet to find Digital Media Revolutions on Facebook OR to be able to find their blog.)

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