Monday, March 18, 2013

4 Ways to Read Kindle eBooks, Even If You Don't Own a Kindle

I hear some readers complaining about ebooks that aren't available on their ereader platform. For example, the ebook is exclusive to Amazon and the reader doesn't have a Kindle. Or there are readers who don't have an ereader at all, and think they can't read ebooks. One of the advantages of Amazon is that they've worked hard to make their books as accessible as possible. Here are some ways you can read Kindle ebooks like mine, even if you don't own a Kindle.

1. You Can Read Kindle eBooks on Your Smartphone - If  you own a smartphone, you've got a Kindle in your hand. The Kindle app is available as a pre-installed app on all authorized Android smartphones. If it's not pre-installed, you can download it through the Google Play store or Amazon's Marketplace. If you don't have an Android smartphone, the app is also available for Blackberry, Windows phones, and iPhones.

2. You Can Read Kindle eBooks on Your Computer - Anyone with a laptop, PC, or Mac can read Kindle ebooks on their computer. Amazon has applications you can install and use to access the entire Kindle library, whether you have a Mac or a PC with Windows.

3. You Can Read Kindle eBooks on Your Tablet - If you own a tablet, you can read ebooks for Kindle, and it doesn't have to be a Kindle. There's a Kindle app available for iPads, Windows tablets, and any tablets with the Android OS. Just search in the tablet's app store, and you're ready to go.

4. You Can Read Kindle eBooks on Your Browser - Don't have any of the above? You're not left out. As long as you have Internet access, you can still access the Kindle store. With Amazon's Cloud Reader, you can read instantly in your browser. It works on Chrome, Firefox, and Safari.

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