For 68 years I have used, read and loved printed books. My bookcase at home attests to this.
Being of a suspicious nature, I was sure Kindle for Android would be awkward to get used to and hard to read, but I decided to give it a try anyway.
I could not be happier with my decision. On my phone (Oppo AX5) the text is clear and sharp. The amount of whitespace is just enough to make the books legible while maintaining an adequately compact format.
Page controls are simple and intuitive, suggesting this is mature software and indeed Kindle has been around long enough to have learned a thing or two.
Having found the Kindle application so pleasing to use, I have already purchased numerous titles for download to my phone.
I like the feel and smell of a printed book, but kindle for Android means I can carry around a respectable home library in my shirt pocket.
There is room for electronic and printed books in my domain, but a printed book has one advantage: it does not require a power supply!
Altogether, I am very happy with my decision to try kindle for Android.
I will cram my phone with titles until it is bulging and then use lack of space as an excuse to upgrade my phone.