Amazon has this morning announced that its new HTML 5 Kindle Cloud Reader is now available on Mozilla’s Firefox browser. Allowing Firefox users to now read their Kindle books via their browser either on or offline, without the need to download or install anything.
The new Kindle Cloud Reader will also automatically synchronise your Kindle library, together with your data such as your last page read, bookmarks, notes, and highlights across all of your Kindle books, which ever method you choose to read your books.
Dorothy Nicholls, Director, Amazon Kindle explains:
“Customer response to Kindle Cloud Reader has been overwhelmingly positive,” – “Instant access to your books in the browser, combined with a beautifully designed and feature rich HTML5 application experience, has made Kindle Cloud Reader the best launch we’ve ever had for a Kindle app. We’re excited to further extend our ‘Buy Once, Read Everywhere’ mission and give Mozilla Firefox users access to the largest selection of the most popular books, all without leaving their web browser.”
To be able to read your Kindle books within Firefox simple goto the Amazon Cloud Reader website which now supports Firefox, Chrome, Safari on iPad and Safari on Desktop.
Source: Market Watch
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