Minnesota, USA March 8, 2011- It is apparent that Amazon's vision for the Kindle is changing by introducing its 'game' feature, which any generation of Kindle can use after upgrading its software.
Last summer the Kindle featured games deemed 'safe' as they were so basic it was obvious that Amazon was testing out the gaming potential. The Kindle is primarily known as an e-reader, so opening up to other features needed to be slow. However, a week ago the debut of Yoga Studio helped Amazon break out of its 'safe mode'.
Undoubtedly, there needs to be some easy changes made to Yoga Studio. However, there are also positive points to it that should also be known. The game is low-priced; however, everyone must remember that every download takes up space that could be used by something else. No one wants to make a purchase that might end up being unused. I will pinpoint the highs and lows of this game to help you make a decision on whether this is right for you.
First, I must admit that I am a beginner in yoga and the little that I did in the past is not enough for me to remember. I take the experience of the moves in Yoga Studio as the viewpoint of the beginner. If you are advanced, the review I give may not be up to your level. However, the benefit of reviewing the basics to ensure proper positioning is important. It may also be in your interests to have a basic routine to do throughout the day that can be directed by your Kindle.