Amazon.com has launched Kindle for BlackBerry, promising users across the US access to more than 420,000 books spanning a range of devices. Consumers can, for example, browse an in-app Kindle Store optimized for the BlackBerry platform, sample the beginning pages of titles before they buy, and access previously-purchased Kindle books stored on Amazon's servers.
SlingPlayer updates app for 3G support
Sling Media has released an update of its SlingPlayer Mobile App, which supports 3G networks. GM John Gilmore said users can now enjoy their living room TV experience on their iPhone and iPod touch whether on a 3G or Wi-Fi network.
Bubble Motion launches voice blog service
Bubble Motion has launched 'Bubbly,' the first voice-blogging service built specifically for mobile phones. The company describes the new service as like a voice-based Twitter with the added emotion, feeling, and authenticity of the spoken word.
Loop Mobile ties up with cinemas for free movies
Loop Mobile has tied up with the Cinemax multiplex chain and Sterling Cinema in a bid to hook subscribers in Mumbai with free movies. The partnership allows Loop Mobile subscribers to avail one free ticket on the purchase of a ticket for any movie every Friday.
mobiprint integrates tweets, mobile services
Sendandsee's mobiprint platform now allows content owners to catch the relevant discussions and images on Twitter and integrate these into their own mobile service. For mobile advertisers, this enables automated integration of user-generated content and tweet monetization.