Amazon has released an updated version of the Kindle reading app for iPads and iPhones.
The new version is 6.28. It adds a new Aa menu with all the font, layout, and reading settings accessible from one place.
It sounds like a similar layout is coming to Kindles too with the latest 5.12.4 update, but the new Aa menu still hasn’t been activated just yet.
Amazon also added some new features to the iOS app when using the continuous scroll feature.
They’ve added a vertical navigation bar and a new Reading Ruler that helps you keep your place while reading.
The Reading Ruler can be set with various colors, and you can choose how dark or light you want it to appear, and there are two different styles to choose from.
The ruler settings are accessible from the “More” tab on the new Aa menu.
Here’s more from the changelog:
– Easily access all settings related to your reading in the updated Aa menu.
– When reading in continuous scroll, use a vertical navigation bar to explore your book without losing your place.
– Use the new Reading Ruler to gain focus and read more easily. Access it via the more tab in the Aa menu.