A little over a month ago, Amazon jumped head-first into the tablet market with its 7-inch Kindle Fire. The $199 slate runs a low-level version of Android, but you’d never know that from its well thought-out user interface.

In fact, Amazon’s tablet has already received a fair amount of praise. It’s sharp, eye-popping, and gives users quick access to media content. And even better, it’s coming to the iPhone with this jailbreak theme…

AppAdvice points to a new theme by falcon212 that can make your iPhone look and feel like the Amazon Kindle. The suite comes with tons of features including multiple default home screens, widgets, and scrollable dock icons. Here it is in action:

According to AppAdvice, Kindle Fire for iPhone should be available in the Cydia Store within the next week or so. It’ll cost you $2.49, and you’ll have to make sure you have the MacCiti repo (just add http://macciti.com/cydia to your Cydia sources list).

What do you think?

  • it’s pretty cool

  • Anonymous

    I’ll probably grab this win it comes out.

  • I’m guessing that its a Dreamboard theme?

  • The backgrounds are so old looking!

  • I like the individual row scrolling, is there an individual tweak for that?

    • Anonymous

      Now that I would be interested in. If it ever shows up in cydia market i’ll grab it.

  • Dan Beaulieu

    it seems to be dreamboard. Not sure I’ll get it. Everytime I buy a theme I just get bored and come back to my normal setup (last one I got was lion os theme).

    Give me my big HTC time/weather widget on my first page and I’m happy lol

  • Joshua Rawlings

    Is this an automatic double post article…..testing

    • The double post comment issue should be fixed now

  • Anonymous

    Ugh why Dreamboard, I use Dreamboard but it takes too much ram and uses far more of my battery than the Winterboard themes. I was getting hyped about this theme but now I don’t know if I will buy it know :/