Kindle Cloud ReaderI have a PC and love it. Can I read Kindle books from Amazon on my Windows system without an actual Kindle device so that I can enjoy reading without having to spend hundreds of dollars on yet another device? A great many people have the same question with the lead-in case. For various reasons, you may wonder whether you can read Kindle books on PC. Absolutely yes! Amazon released the Kindle for PC application in late , which allows eBooks from Amazon's store or personal eBooks to be read on a personal computer, with no Kindle device required. In other words, Kindle books can be read on more systems or devices with Kindle app.
How to read Kindle Books on PC or Laptop?
How to Read Kindle Books on PC
Amazon is really a good platform to purchase the eBooks and audible audiobooks. If you have many Kindle eBooks but do not have a Kindle e-ink device or tablet, reading Kindle books on PC will be a good choice for you. Compared with the eReaders or tablets, computers will enable you to read eBooks in full-screen which will be excellent experience for reading graphic novels or comics. Another reason people choose to read Kindle books on PC may be because it is convenient to reference texts in their works. But how to read Kindle books on PC? Here I will introudce three methods to read Kindle books on PC.
You can access any of your Kindle ebooks by downloading the Kindle Desktop App or by signing into the Kindle Cloud Reader in a web browser. Both options can sync with your Amazon account, allowing you to return to your reading position, notes, and customizations on any Kindle device. Double-click the book to open it. The ebook will open to the last known open page. If you're reading offline on your desktop app, that page will be the last page you read on that computer. If you're reading while connected to the Internet, that page should be the last page you read on any device connected to your Kindle Cloud. Sign in with your Amazon account.