Kindle Fire Update: Version 2.7.3 is Available

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Get excited, Kindle users. We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve updated our app for the Amazon Kindle Fire. This release includes all the newest features our members love on their Android devices including:

Improved navigation: Including the latest sliding menu, which makes it easier than ever to access the features you care about. For example, App Gallery and Messages are now easily accessible from the new menu.

Improved user experience and design: We’ve worked hard to ensure that MyFitnessPal provides an experience that meets and exceeds your expectations – no matter what device you’re using. A new toolbar at the top of each screen focuses you on the most important actions, including Add to Diary.

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Cleaner screen structure: We made the user interface as clean as possible, so you can scan information and digest data more easily on the go. Graphs are now easier to view, update and understand.

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We’ve also added:

  • French, German and Spanish language support to make it even easier to use MyFitnessPal for our international friends
  • Expanded unit support for weight, height, distances logged, and energy consumed and burned

We encourage our Kindle users to upgrade to the newest version to take advantage of all the latest enhancements. As always, if you run into any issues, please let us know and we’ll investigate it right away.

Mike, Al and the MFP Team

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