Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader now Available

screenshot Amazon makes Kindle Cloud Reader available

(Best Syndication News) - Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) announced the new Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader app that will allow customers to purchase books and be able to access them from any supported device. Kindle Books can be read on many platforms such as the Kindle Readers, Apple iPads, Apple iPhones, and PC and Mac computers.

The Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader is supported on the Google Chrome or Apple Safari browsers currently. You can get the app at The new app will eventually be made available for Internet Explorer, Firefox, and the BlackBerry PlayBook Internet Browsers. They will add support to other mobile devices over the next few months.

The Kindle Store software for the Apple iPad has been rebuilt to utilize the touch interface.

You do not download the book to the device; you access the book as your read it. However, you do not always need to have an Internet connection to read a book. There is an option to save the book to read offline.

The Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader will also let you pick the font size, text color, background color and other options. You can also highlight text, make notes, or make a bookmark. You can then find these notations later. There is also a sync feature, which will update throughout all your devices so you know where you left off on your story.

By: Julie Marcus



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