The Amazon Kindle Cloud Reader has been expanded to Firefox Web browser. So, from now on readers, can enjoy Kindle books on Mozilla's browser with the HTML 5 based Web application.
The Kindle Cloud Reader made has been available for Apple Safari and Google Chrome since early August and now it is available for Mozilla Firefox version 6 and above.
Director of Amazon Kindle, Dorothy Nicholls, stated that, "Instant access to your books in the browser, combined with a beautifully designed and feature-rich HTML5 application experience, has made Kindle Cloud Reader the best launch we've ever had for a Kindle app," as reported (opens in new tab) by PCMag.
Nicholls also added, "Customer response to Kindle Cloud Reader has been overwhelmingly positive."
Now book lovers can read directly on the browser irrespective of being online or offline and without the need of any installation or downloading. The cloud reader syncs automatically with Kindle apps to provide fast reading facility, PCMag reported.
Amazon is expanding with many new offerings for the global market. For example, at the beginning of this very month, the company unveiled the Kindle Owners' Lending Library that allow readers with a Prime membership and also Kindle e-readers an opportunity to borrow e-books for free.