Amazon has pulled the covers off its Kindle Reader for PCs. It is now available for download here. In very early testing, it works completely as advertised and on a touch screen device it is a real pleasure to use.Â The UI is completely unassuming and takes you from book selection to text and that’s about it, but if you want to use your netbook, notebook, umpc, or other device as a reader now you can. A Mac version is still in development.
If you have a Kindle (or for that matter the Kindle Reader on the iPhone) your contact syncs and you’re ready to go once you enter your account information. Of course if you’ve never gone down the Kindle router, here’s a chance for you to give it a go.
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