When Amazon released the new Kindles last fall they added a number of new feature. One which I found immensely useful was Kindle Cloud; it enabled me to save my ebooks and annotations to Amazon’s servers and then transfer them to myShow More Summary
Barnes & Noble is bringing its Nook reading platform to the web today, where it will compete with Kindle's Cloud Reader, iBooks, and Kobo's Instant Reader head-on. The move is an important one in the sense that one needs a web presence in order to "feel" complete - that is, to exist on every platform that a reader may want to use. Show More Summary
About a year after Amazon launched Kindle Cloud Reader, Barnes & Noble is getting into the web reading game with its new cloud-based platform Nook for Web.
Amazon has rolled out an update for its applications on iOS, Android and Kindle Cloud Reader that helps them better support books that are heavy on images. This will greatly improve the reading experience for anyone using Kindle Apps to read children's books, graphic novels and comics.
Web/iOS/Android: Great news, readers: The latest Kindle updates for the mobile and Cloud Reader apps now support kid's books, graphic novels, and comics. There are over 1,000 new titles available, with support for pop-up text and highlighting the artwork in individual panels. More »
Amazon has released an update to its iOS, Cloud Reader and Android apps, adding support for children’s books, comics and graphic novels. Check it out: “Children’s books come to life with brilliant images, fixed layouts, and Kindle Text...Show More Summary
Amazon just bulked its Kindle app for iOS, Android, and its Cloud Reader by adding children’s books, comics, and graphic novels that were previously exclusive to Kindle Fire owners. The apps now boast over 1,000 titles for children with features like Text Pop-Up, which help to improve and simplify the reading experience, and Kindle Panel view for comics [...]
Until now, periodicals like comic books were only available to Kindle Fire owners but that all changes today. Amazon has made sweeping changes across the lineup to bring children's books, graphic novels and comics to Kindle for iOS, Android and its Cloud Reader.
Put down War and Peace for just a second. If you're a Kindle user on iOS, Android or Amazon's Cloud Reader, a new update brings children's books, graphic novels and comics to your virtual library. The children's titles will support Kindle Text Pop-Up to help boost the size of the words and spare your little one's eyes. Show More Summary
Amazon has launched an updated Kindle app for iOS, Kindle Cloud Reader, and Android, which means it now has better support for children’s books, comics, and graphic novels. With the...
The Cloud Reader lets you access your entire Kindle library and read any of those books, or any new books you may want to download, from the convenience of any computer or device in the world, and all you need is an Internet connection. No install required.
Amazon has launched a more touch-friendly, Web-based iPad Kindle Store. A tablet-optimized Kindle store was available through the HTML5 Kindle Cloud Reader Amazon launched last August, but the new iPad Kindle Store is a standalone Web app. Show More Summary
Amazon today launched touch-optimized Kindle Store for iPad as a standalone web app accessed through the iOS Safari browser. You may remember that the online retail giant released Kindle Cloud Reader back in August – also a web app which works great on Apple’s tablet – but this is an entirely different experience. Available on [...]
Amazon has now broken out its touch-friendly shopping experience for the iPad from its Kindle Cloud Reader product, in an effort to make it easier for everyone to buy books from the Kindle Store, and quickly read those purchases in Amazon's native iPad Kindle app.
Recently, Amazon launched their Kindle Cloud Reader, which allows Kindle users to read their books in many of their favorite browsers. However, one browser that was missing from the list was Mozilla Firefox. From day one, the HTML 5 based service supported Google Chrome, and the mobile and desktop version of Safari.
Just about three months after launching on Safari and Chrome, Amazon's Kindle Cloud Reader app has finally made its way to Firefox. With this HTML5-based app, Mozilla devotees can access Kindle books directly from their browsers for both online and offline reading, while syncing their digitized libraries, notes and bookmarks. Show More Summary
If you forgot your Kindle, iPhone, Android smartphone, MacBook, iPad, Galaxy and Xoom tablets at home today not to worry, you'll can still get access to your Amazon e-books. The company said Tuesday it would now let readers peruse their...
Kindle Cloud Reader, Amazon’s HTML5 app that lets you read Kindle books both online and offline from your browser, is now available for Fi…