British newspapers The Guardian and Observer are now available to users of Amazon’s Kindle ereader.
The Kindle editions will offer the content from each day’s editions plus all the editorial sections and supplements according to a blogpost on guardian.co.uk.
As is standard for Kindle newspaper subscriptions, both titles are available for a 14-day free trial after which they’ll cost £9.99 per month.
The paper used its Kindle launch to confirm it is working to produce an “accessible, elegant interpretation of the Guardian newspaper for iPad”.
Guardian mobile site editor Subhajit Banerjee says: “Rather than simply replicate the newspaper design for iPad, this project has provided an opportunity for us to redesign the newspaper exclusively in tablet form. The app will deliver a single daily edition of content, specifically curated for iPad.”
Banerjee says an Android app is also expected to launch in the autumn and promises “an array of features and content and will be truly Android-native.”