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Some Kindle ereaders can now display your current book as your lockscreen – Engadget

File this one under a feature the Kindle probably should have had since launch.

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File this one under a feature the Kindle probably should have had since launch, but Amazon is now adding an option that allows you to set the cover of the book you’re currently reading as your lockscreen wallpaper. The company is in the process of rolling out the feature to Kindle owners globally and says it supports the covers of most books, magazines, comics and manga.
As long as you have a non-ad device, Display Cover is available on the 8th and 10th generation Kindle, 7th and 10th generation…

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