Kindle Cloud Reader

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Kindle Cloud Reader

Amazon's Kindle Cloud Reader lets users read Kindle e-books via their Web browsers without the need to download and install an application.

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Offline Reading

With Kindle Cloud Reader, users can access their content offline via the browser.

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Cloud Page

Kindle Cloud Reader also offers a holistic view of the user's entire Kindle library, along with instant access to nearly a million books.

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Syncing

Kindle Cloud Reader syncs with the Kindle e-reader and devices running the Kindle application.

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Kindle Store Access

The Kindle Store is embedded, via one-button access, into the Cloud Reader.

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Support

Amazon is launching the Kindle Cloud Reader Aug. 10 for Safari on iPad, Safari on desktop and Chrome. The online retailer plans on expanding the platform to Internet Explorer, Firefox, the BlackBerry PlayBook's browser and other mobile browsers "in coming months."

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Bookmarking

With Kindle Cloud Reader, Amazon continues its tradition of allowing bookmarks and other user-created data.

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Cloud Extension

The Kindle Cloud Reader also represents an expansion of the retailer's consumer-cloud presence.

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Other Offerings

Kindle Cloud Reader joins the Amazon Cloud Drive and Amazon Cloud Player, which allow users to store and play their voluminous music libraries via the cloud.??í

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