Currently, Amazon's Kindle e-reader is available on all platforms. The retailer launched Wednesday Kindle Cloud Reader, a web application that HTML 5 enables users to browser-based access to its library of Kindle and the Kindle store on platforms that do not apply Kindle dedicated as ChromeOS.
Similar to the Amazon cloud MP3 Player, Kindle cloud offers users the option to read your ebooks while connected, or to cache content on your local machine for offline use, and the library has integrated into the web application experience.
While increased availability is certainly one of the main advantages of web applications HTML5, it seems that Amazon was another reason for the release of Cloud Kindle Reader: iPad.
In early 2011, Apple released its application in the subscription model for content distribution in IOS, and seriously changed the way others might sell magazines, newspapers, books, music, audio and video content into their applications, forcing companies to change their applications so they did not sell any content or services directly to the house.
Amazon Kindle eReader application of IOS, for example, open the Kindle book and synchronizes with the user's library, but to buy more content, users had to move out of the application and purchase books and magazines in Safari for IOS.
So Cloud Kindle reader has actually been specifically designed to shine in the iPad, with an interface optimized for the size of the tablet screen and popular touch interface to simplify the reading experience, but more importantly, to optimize the experience purchase of electronic books.
"Without even exiting the application, customers can start shopping at the Kindle store and is a unique and specifically designed to surround the iPhone's Safari browser" said the announcement of Amazon.
Cloud Kindle reader can check them out now in Safari and Chrome, and full support for Internet Explorer, Firefox, the browser PlayBook and other mobile browsers (such as browser honeycomb Android, which does not currently work with the web application) added that "in the coming months".