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Have you left your Kindle reader behind? No sweat, you still have the ability to read kindle books on a nice big screen, without losing features like notes, bookmarks, along with highlights. This article will show you how to read Kindle books on any Windows 10 PC, Mac, or web browser.
How can you Read Kindle Books in Any Desktop Web Browser?
Let’s talk about Kindle Cloud Reader. It is Amazon’s online e-book reader; it gives access to all the books that are bought using your Kindle account.
- First, visit the Kindle Cloud Reader website on a desktop browser on your computer.
- Log in using your Amazon account.
- You can see all the e-books in the library. That is excluding the documents uploaded to your Kindle account.
- Click on an e-book to open it. If you were already reading this book, the Cloud Reader will pick up from where you left it.
- You will be able to see a toolbar with options to add bookmarks as well as notes. You can view the table of contents.
- The entire book-reading interface is customizable. Click on “Aa” to change the font, font size, background, spacing, etc.
- Use the arrow keys to change pages. After you’re done reading, close the tab and carry on, as the reading progress will be synced to your account automatically.
How can you Read E-Books Using the Kindle App for Windows and Mac?
- If you want to read books regularly on your computer, it’s best to download the dedicated Kindle app.
- Visit the Kindle Apps page, then click on “Download for PC & Mac” to download the app.
- After it’s installed, open the app, then log in via your Amazon account.
- You can now see all the e-books in the library. To start reading double-click a book.
- Kindle’s default reading view uses a ton of extra screen space, leaving margin space on both sides.
- We suggest you enable the Two-Page view; this can be done from the toolbar. Then, click on “Aa”, then increase the “Page Width” to the highest possible level.
- The book will take up the entire window.
After you finish reading a book, click on “Library” to go back. If you liked this article (or if it helped at all), leave a comment below or share it with friends, so they can also know How to Read Kindle Books on Your Computer or a Website?