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Guardian Launches Kindle App, Available on Subscription Basis

British daily newspaper The Guardian on Monday launched an application for Kindle, Amazon’s electronic book reader device.

According to a report (opens in new tab) published in the daily itself, the app has been made available for download throughout the week across more than 100 countries including the United Kingdom and the United States of America.

The app will allow Kindle users to read through latest news and headlines of the newspaper along with editorial articles, sports, reviews, comments along with other supplements as well.

The supplements will include Observer’s weekly magazine as well as its monthly food edition.

"This is the first of many mobile launches from Guardian News and Media over the next few months and comes at a time when we're seeing tremendous growth on all our mobile platforms,” stated the daily.

In the UK, this app is available for £9.99 per month or £0.99 per issue. It is priced at $9.99 per month, or $0.75 per issue in the US, whereas, the price in other countries are as $17.99 per month or $1.99 per issue. The app is available first for 14 days trial, after which above mentioned prices will be applicable.

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