Amazon's Kindle device is great for reading eBooks. You can also read Kindle-formatted books without a Kindle device. Up until now, all you needed was a Windows or Macintosh computer with either the Chrome or Safari web browsers. Now the Firefox browser has been added to the list of supported browsers.
You can access Kindle books now at http://read.amazon.com with a Firefox, Chrome, or Safari web browser. The Kindle Cloud Reader still does not work with Internet Explorer, however.
The webapp syncs your Kindle library, as well as your bookmarks and notes. The Kindle Lending Library is a great addition for Amazon Prime members, as it provides free access to about 5,000 books right now.
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