Kindle Cloud Reader Rains on Apple’s In-App Fee Parade

August 12, 2011 No Comments

Amazon has found a way to give iPad users easy access to their Kindle books — and the Kindle Store — without having to give Apple a 30 percent cut of its revenue. Other content providers, including Walmart and textbook company Kno, are following suit. The trick? HTML5 Web apps with caching features that allow offline access. The apps also work with PCs and Android tablets equipped with browsers that support HTML5.

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