Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader web app for iPad, Windows, Mac

Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader
Amazon have just released its Kindle Cloud Reader and if you are using Chrome on Mac, Windows or Linux or Safari on iPad, Mac or Windows, you can check it out. It will not display the message that your browser is not supported like it does on iPod and iPhone. All the options are working really well and I have checked it out myself.

You can access all the 950,000 books right from your PC. It’s a HTML5 web app and it also has the offline storage. Your current book is already made available for you for offline use. So, if your internet connection is not that well, you don’t need to worry about it. You can also sync your last page across your Kindle and it will help you again start from where you left off. The iPad version is also great and it works smoothly and cleanly. I don’t know how well it will be performing when the personal library gets big. Kindle Cloud Reader will soon be available for the others browsers like Internet Explorer, Firefox, the BlackBerry PlayBook browser, and other mobile browsers. That’s going to happen in the upcoming months. For more information about the web app, visit HERE.
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