Amazon today released an update for its native Kindle app for iOS, adding new features such as line spacing options and multipage highlights. You can download the latest version now directly from Apple’s App Store.
Given that this app is all about reading, the biggest addition is the new line spacing options. You can now adjust the page layout to show text in three different settings: loose, normal, and tight (which remind us of the soon-to-be-defunct Google Reader).
Here’s the full Kindle 3.8 for iOS changelog:
Line Spacing – loose, normal, and tight line spacing options change the page layout to suit your reading preference.
Multipage Highlights – highlight long passages that span multiple pages for added convenience.
Print Replica Textbooks notebook improvements – filter by type: notes, bookmarks, and highlights by color; Sync starred notes between devices.
Accessibility Improvements – select a higher maximum font size, bug fixes.