Amazon has revealed that its Kindle app is now available from the Mac App Store, the application store for Apple computers. The Kindle app may feel more at home on a portable device, but it seems that it is popular on other devices too, being that it is already the fifth most popular app on the store. Amazon has been strengthening its Kindle brand for some time now. The physical ebook reader is the on Amazon and its app has found its way onto many a mobile device. Kindle on fire It was rumoured in December 2010 that a of the Kindle Store was just around the corner, which would give the service ubiquity. However, it is still app-bound for now, with the Apple version offering everything you expect from the ebook service – over 775,000 books and counting.
And the app store version is currently the only one that works reliably on OS 10.7 Lion. I think the newer versions will work if you're updating the Kindle app, but if you're trying to get started with Kindle on Lion, you'll currently need the app store version. Real page numbers for thousands of books in the Kindle Store. Now you can easily reference and cite passages, and read alongside others in a book club or class. A German language version of Kindle for Mac is available for customers purchasing content from the Amazon.de Kindle Store, which includes instant dictionary word lookup using the Duden. Duplex printing problem for mac canon.
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Of course, Macs have had access to the Kindle service since last year but it has now been given a home on the Mac App Store and can lay claim to being the first ebook reader available on Jobs' shiny new service.