The Amazon Kindle app for Windows Phone 8 got an update today. It's a good one, too, fixing the awful three-sided letterboxing and giving the app a more Metro-y tile. But it's massively late, and tripped over itself coming out the gate, too. In a way, it's a perfect encapsulation of everything wrong with Windows Phone 8 so far.
WP8 was released on October 26th, 2012. Today is January 29th, 2013. For more than three months, one of the most widely used and important apps on any platform sat there, optimized for the old 800x480 Windows Phone 7 resolution/aspect ratio, looking silly on any new WP8 phone that loaded it. It wasn't alone there, with other notables like Netflix, Rdio, and Epicurious either just recently getting their full WP8 updates, or remaining without. Spotify's third party WP7 app hasn't even been updated to be usable on WP8.