Kindle Cloud Reader Uses HTML5 To Dodge Apple’s Tough App Restrictions [Headlines]

Kindle Cloud Reader Uses HTML5 To Dodge Apple’s Tough App Restrictions [Headlines]
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The Kindle Cloud Reader by Amazon uses HTML5 to work outside the Apple App Store regulations so that it can be highly adaptable to other devices.

Caroline Ku
  • 11 august 2011

Amazon is the latest company to launch an HTML5 web app as an alternative to a native mobile application. Kindle Cloud Reader goes live on Wednesday, and will enable iPad users to read their Kindle ebooks in the Safari browser rather than the native Kindle app.

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