CNA makes news available to Kindle readers
CNA makes news available to Kindle readers

.- CNA is proud to announce that our coverage of Catholic news from around the world is now available to our readers via Amazon's Kindle.

For a monthly fee of $1.99, readers can opt to have CNA’s news delivered wirelessly to their Kindle device. The service updates itself throughout the day through Amazon’s Whispernet, which ensures that all of the news is current.

The Kindle is an innovative device which downloads and displays books, blogs, and other media for easy reading, all without a computer. Using a 3G wireless network, the Kindle connects to an Amazon user account to update or download books and subscriptions.

The Kindle’s developers have worked to create a device that is as thin as most magazines, weighs less than a paperback, and is capable of storing up to 1,500 books. It also offers the option of having the the passage read aloud.

CNA hopes to reach more readers and become more accessible in our mission of delivering up-to-the-minute news about the Church in the world and the creation of a culture of life with this new and innovative service.

Readers can also take advantage of the 14-day free trial. Visit CNA on Kindle.

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