[chrome web app] Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader: good but not great web-based ebook reader

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Amazon announced its latest attempt to the cloud reading market, Kindle Cloud Reader, that delivers the popular Kindle book collection to the web for all reading lovers.  As a Kindle user for almost 3 years, I truly like the e-reading tool and the convenience it brought to me.  Does Kindle Cloud Reader offer the same enjoyable experience?  Let’s find it out.

 

How to Use Kindle Cloud Reader

Install Kindle Cloud Reader from Chrome Web Store

Same as other popular web apps, you can find Kindle Cloud Reader in Chrome Web Store.  Just go to the following link to install it.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/icdipabjmbhpdkjaihfjoikhjjeneebd

Alternatively, you can directly buy books or ask for sample chapter from Amazon and order it be sent to the Cloud Reader via Amazon.  You would be brought to the book you downloaded rightaway.

Download to Kindle Cloud Reader

A third way to use it is to go the its web site directly: https://read.amazon.com/.  Unfortunately it supports Chrome and Safari only.

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