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Download Kindle For PC To Read Kindle Books on Your Computer

Amazon Kindle is an e-book reading device. With this device users can read thousands of e-books, blog posts, magazines and newspapers. These books normally cost from $0 to $10.

To read Kindle books (which is in AZW format) on your PC, here is a free application from Amazon that can be installed on your Windows7, Vista and XP system.

Features of Kindle For PC:

- Get the best reading experience available on your PC. No Kindle required
- Access your Kindle books even if you don't have your Kindle with you
- Automatically synchronizes your last page read and annotations between devices with Whispersync
- Create bookmarks and view the annotations you created on your Kindle

Download Kindle For PC.
Some free Kindle Books to read here/here/here


  1. Great post, very informative. Have learned a lot from your site.

  2. "These books normally cost from $0 to $10."

    This is wrong, quite a lot of new books are about $2 or $3 less than the hardcover version

    A bloody ripp off if you ask me!


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