With its unique reader products, the Kindle undoubtedly has its place in the e-book market, but for Windows users, the use of the Kindle on the computer has been a lot of problems, the biggest problem is the lack of a good kind of Kindle client. Amazon, which had previously launched a Windows 8 App, was withdrawn in 2016, and yes, the Kindle has a traditional desktop client, but it’s only barely working.
Recently, Windows System (international version) Kindle users have a new option, Amazon has launched a Chrome plug-in Kindle Cloud Reader, the effect is quite good (because it is the Chrome plug-in, naturally compatible with Microsoft’s Edge browser).
Kindle Cloud Reader is a Web program that can be fixed to the taskbar and offers a range of convenient features such as offline reading, online book purchases, dark mode, adjusting font color widths, creating notes and bookmarks, in-book searches, and word interpretation. It’s worth noting that the Kindle Cloud Reader is only 10.43KB in size.
The Kindle Cloud Reader also supports touch operations, and it’s conceivable that the best-matched Windows device should be a book-like Surface Neo with Windows 10X.
How to install:
Visit https://read.amazon.com/log on to your Amazon account and then click on the Figure to find the app option in the Edge menu, find the item and click Install.