You might not have the latest $359 Kindle electronic book reader from, but if you own an iPhone or iPod Touch, a new application will let you access the same content on your Apple device, reports the Associated Press. In a bid to increase its slice of the eBook market, the Seattle-based online retailer plans to roll out a free program March 4 that brings several of the Kindle’s functions to the iPod and iPhone’s smaller screen. The program, which can be downloaded from Apple’s online application store, lets iPhone and iPod Touch users read the same electronic books, magazines, and newspapers that Kindle owners can buy on As with the Kindle, the iPhone app lets users change the text size on the screen and add bookmarks, notes, and highlights. The application does not connect to the Kindle store, however, so users must access the web browser on their iPhone, iPod, or computer to buy the content…

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