In an effort to simplify the process of reading books from the Kindle, Apple’s Kindle reader now supports Kindle books in a mockup format.
The mockup lets users preview the Kindle book and make comments on it, allowing them to quickly add or edit information.
The feature, first introduced in January, was recently released for the iPad and can be used on the Apple iPad Pro and iPad Mini 3.
“This is a preview version, so there’s a lot more stuff you can do,” reads a statement on the Amazon Kindle website.
“As a developer, you can customize your book to your heart’s content, as well as change the font and size.”
The new Kindle books will be available to read on the new iPhone X, iPad Pro, and Apple Watch Series 4, but it’s unclear if they will also work on the upcoming iPad Pro.
“We have been working on this for quite some time and are excited to bring it to the new generation of devices,” Amazon wrote.
The new mockup will be used in the next beta release of the Kindle app, which will be released in March.
“While we are happy to see people take advantage of this new feature, we also want to make sure it is up to date as quickly as possible,” Amazon said in a statement.