The odd situation had the update v3.6.1 info on the iOS devices cautioning people NOT to install it (strange they didn't just drop the update file but I suppose they had good reasons having to do with their need for cooperation with Apple's own update processes).
At the Kindle Community Forum Message Thread on this update, there is advice given to people who did install the earlier v3.6.1 version (see below).
For those who did NOT install v3.6.1, getting the v3.6.2 version is proving to be a smooth process.
HOWEVER, for those who DID download the earlier v3.6.1 from yesterday, Forum Moderator Abigail R., an Amazon Official, has this advice:
' Abigail R. - Forum Moderator says:
If you upgraded your Kindle for iPad or iPhone software to version 3.6.1, you may have been prompted to register the app again.
If you are seeing a "license exceeded" error when you try to download books, please do the following:
1. Visit Manage Your Kindle at http://www.amazon.com/myk
2. Locate your Kindle application in the "Manage your Devices" section
3. Click the "Deregister" link
4. Open the Kindle app on your device and enter your Amazon account e-mail address and password
Once you've re-registered the app, you may need to download your books again.
We apologize for any inconvenience this causes. Version 3.6.2 is now available for download to fix registration errors. '
For the Kindle for iOS update to v3.6.2, go to the Apple iTunes Kindle for iOS page.
There, Apple describes "What's New in Version 3.6.2"
. Fix for Registration Issue
. Various Bug Fixes and Security Fixes
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