Amazon Kindle is the best selling and most popular eReader in the market at present, thanks to Amazon’s largest digital database in the world.
Good thing about Amazon Book Store is that, other than Kindle, you can access it on other devices using Kindle app and Amazon Cloud service.
Using Amazon’s amazing Kindle Cloud Reader, users can have access to entire Kindle library for reading books, downloading new books and even reading books while offline.
Good thing about this facility is that it happens to be a web app, which means that you don’t even need to install it on your device.
However, if you also want to read the books offline, you would need to install a small widget, using which you can download books to read them while offline.
Kindle Cloud Reader also automatically syncs your books, allowing you to access your books on a user friendly interface.
The service also remembers all your bookmarks and notes, in case you read your books anywhere else. You can open the menu, settings, bookmark, and notes from the top menu icons. So with just a web browser and internet connection, you can read your Amazon books from any device using the cloud service.
Other than the Cloud service, there are Kindle apps for various platforms that allow you reading eBooks from Kindle Store on other devices.
The Kindle app is available for all popular devices such as iPhone, iPod Touch, Android, Windows Phone 7 and Blackberry.
Besides, Kindle app for Android and iOS based tablets can also be downloaded. Other than that, the same app for Windows PC and Mac can also be downloaded from the website of Kindle.
So basically if you are an owner of some device other than Kindle, you would never have a problem reading books from Amazon Book Store if you are using the Kindle app.
The app pretty much performs all the tasks that can be done with the Cloud service. So you can use either of these methods to read books from Amazon Book Store on non-Kindle devices.