Amazon launches its Kindle application for PC

One month after crossing its electronic book reader Kindle borders of
the United States, Amazon released on Tuesday a beta version of a PC
application that will see its "ebooks" directly on the screen of his
computer. Accessible to all,  this
application allows the user to find the Kindle list of eBooks that can be
purchase online, and offers direct access to the catalog. Currently its for Windows Operating systems and a Mac version should follow shortly, Amazon promises.


Read Kindle Books on Your Computer

  • Get the best reading experience available on your PC. No Kindle required
  • Access your Kindle books even if you don’t have your Kindle with you
  • Automatically synchronizes your last page read and annotations between devices with Whispersync
  • Create bookmarks and view the annotations you created on your Kindle

Shop for Books in the Kindle Store

  • Search
    and browse more than 360,000 books, including 101 of 112 New York
    Times Best Sellers. If you are a non-U.S. customer, book availability
    may vary
  • Find New York Times Best Sellers and new releases for $9.99, unless marked otherwise
  • Get free book samples – read the first chapter for free before you decide to buy
  • Books you purchase can also be read on a Kindle
  • Kindle newspapers, magazines, and blogs are not currently available for Kindle for PC

Amazon Kindle for PC offers the possibility to add bookmarks, change
the text size or use the chapter selection of the downloaded ebook. the
electronic ink technology used in the Kindle. Owners of a Kindle reader will also welcome the inclusion of Amazon
Whispersync technology – allowing consumers with multiple devices to
easily pick up reading where they left off.

Download Kindle for PC (Beta)



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