Amazon pronounces X-Ray for Films, a Kindle function that makes use of IMDB to call the actors for you
Amazon is on a roll at its Kindle press occasion as we speak, unveiling tons of latest hardware, nevertheless it’s additionally obtained some software program tips up its sleeve too: the corporate simply introduced X-Ray for Films, a function that makes use of the Web Film Database (IMDB) to call the actors for you. As you may know, Amazon already provides X-Ray for books, however that is the primary time you should use the function to get extra details about movies. To lively X-Ray, simply pause no matter you are watching and you will see issues like actor bios, a forged record and hyperlinks to different titles (which you should purchase, natch). All advised, not precisely a novel concept, however for Amazon, a minimum of, it is a logical extension for X-Ray. Search for it on the brand new Kindle Hearth HD or the smaller $159 Hearth that was additionally introduced earlier.
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