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On my iPhone/Android…Kindle Reader (Free)

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Kindle Reader for iOS | Kindle Reader for Android

One of the best thing about Kindle eBooks is that you don't need a Kindle device to read them. With the recent introduction of Amazon's Kindle Cloud Reader -- a web browser-based Kindle Reader -- you don't even need to download any extra software. That said, the Kindle reader apps for iPhone, iPad and Android devices improves the reading experience.

Here is a video I produced a few months ago about Kindle-less ebook reading.

I have Kindle Reader on all of my devices so that can take advantage of any free moments I have to catch up on a couple of pages or a chapter of a book. I sometimes use the Send to Kindle Chrome extension to send longer web pages to my Kindle for more comfortable reading on the go, too.

No matter what you read or which device you use, Kindle Reader will sync the farthest page read to all the devices when needed, so you never have to try and remember what "page" you were on.

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From the Google Play Store...

"The Kindle app puts over a million books at your fingertips. It’s the app for every reader, whether you’re a book reader, magazine reader, or newspaper reader—and you don’t need to own a Kindle to use it. Choose from over a million Kindle books from the Kindle Store or enjoy popular magazines like The Economist and Reader’s Digest with high-resolution color images."

Previously in "On my iPhone/Android…":

"On my iPhone…" is a new series from TechnologyIQ, sharing real world examples of how I use my iPhone, interesting apps and more!

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