Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader: Read Kindle eBooks on Your Browser
Kindle Cloud Reader is a web application that allows you read your Kindle books, instantly as well as offline. As we all know Kindle is an e-book reader developed by Amazon.com. Also Kindle software is available for use on various devices and platforms, including Microsoft Windows, iOS, BlackBerry, Mac OS X (10.5 or later), Android and Windows Phone 7.
Kindle Cloud Reader is an HTML5 based webapp supporting Chrome and Safari Browser. Using Kindle Cloud Reader you can purchase e-books and read them instantly on Windows PC, Mac or tablets. You can purchase kindle e-books from Amazone and start reading them instantly. On purchase you can select the option to “deliver to Kindle Cloud Reader“. This will allow you instant access to your favourite book to read. Kindle Cloud Reader app is optimized for iPad. Kindle Cloud Reader works brilliantly on PC also.
Read Kindle e-books Instantly or offline using Kindle Cloud Reader
Like the instant read access to the kindle ebook , you can read them Kindle offline too using Kindle Cloud Reader.
When you access the Kindle Cloud Reader for the first time you can configure offline availability of the eBooks by clicking the “Enable Offline” and then click “Continue” at the bottom of your browser window (extension confirmation) to enable offline reading.
To read offline right-click on any book cover in your Kindle Library and then select “Download & Pin Book” to save a book for reading offline. By default the most recently read books will be kept in the Downloaded section of your Library.
How to Access Kindle Cloud Reader?
Go to Kindle Cloud Reader and set-up the web app. You may want to enable offline reading also. You can use your existing Amazon credentials to access the Kindle Cloud Reader. Kindle Cloud Reader is compatible with Safari Browser on iPad, Mac and PC as well as Google’s Chrome browser n Mac, PC, Linux, and Chromebook . iPhone is not supported currently, but readers can opt for free Kindle reader native app for iPhone. As Amazone mentioned Kindle Cloud Reader support for Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Blackberry Playbook will be available soon.