Amazon has added a ‘Featured Articles’ part the place viewers can learn a collection of articles totally free. The brand new part was silently added to the website and mobile app. It contains classes similar to unique, sports activities, auto, leisure, politics, and extra. It sources the articles from numerous publications and brings them collectively in a single place. A few of these articles are solely out there on Amazon, as per the web page. In accordance with a report, some Kindle customers are being notified of those featured articles.
Featured Articles part is difficult to find whereas searching the Amazon website or the app however could be discovered by manually looking out “featured articles.” The banner says the articles have a studying time of beneath 5 minutes however there are some articles that declare studying instances of over the required restrict. The classes listed right here embody unique articles, leisure, politics and governance, sports activities, enterprise and finance, well being and health, society and life-style, books, meals, fiction, present affairs, journey, and auto.
These articles have been sourced from Outlook, Westland, Harper Collins, Hachette India, and others. It additionally contains articles by Amazon Prime Video.
As per a report by TechCrunch, some Kindle customers are getting notifications of those featured articles. Because the Featured Articles part is not simply seen on the website or the app, it may very well be that Amazon is testing it at current earlier than asserting it publicly. The report quotes an Amazon spokesperson, “We stay focussed on creating new and interesting experiences for our clients and as a part of this endeavour, we’ve got been testing a brand new service that brings articles on totally different matters like present affairs, books, enterprise, leisure, sports activities and life-style amongst others for readers.”
Amazon recently bought US film studio Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM) for $8.45 billion (roughly Rs. 61,500 crores) that provides it an enormous library of movies and TV exhibits to compete with streaming rivals Netflix and Disney+.