Amazon Kindle

If you are looking for Amazon Kindle, you have come to the right place. We explain what Amazon Kindle is and point you to the official download.

What is Amazon Kindle?

The Kindle for PC application is a software program for Windows released by Amazon, which allows users of desktop computers to read Kindle books without having to purchase a Kindle device.

The Amazon Kindle is one of the most popular (if not the most) e-book reader from online retail giant Amazon, with a series of iterations since 2007, when the first generation Kindle was first introduced.

Kindle is a tablet-like device that utilizes an E-Ink electronic paper display system that can display up to 16 shades of gray to simulate reading real paper; this gray-based display also keeps power consumption to a minimum. Kindle not only supports e-book reading, but also browse and download digital print publications and books.

Today Kindle has a lot of derivatives from the original design, such as the Kindle Fire (a tablet device) and a Kindle Touch (an ordinary Kindle with a touch-sensitive screen), and Amazon has also marketed the Kindle software across various platforms, such as Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, webOS, BlackBerry OS, Android, and Windows Phone, plus a cloud-based reader where users can download and read Kindle books from a web browser.

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File types supported by Amazon Kindle

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About file types supported by Amazon Kindle

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Last updated: : March 8, 2012