Kindle Cloud Plugin Google Chrome How to get and read free Kindle Books without a Kindle device.

Kindle Cloud Plugin for the Google Chrome browser. How to get and read free Kindle Books without a Kindle device. This video show you how to install the Kind…
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Question by Kennedy: kindle touch or kobo touch ?
heey guys, i cant decide which e-reader is better ! i need your help. with the kindle all the books are 0.99 cents and go up to about $ 10.00. with the kobo you can get all classic books for free and prices go up to 10 dollars too. The kindle is $ 99 and the kobo is $ 125 ? need help which one is better !?

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Answer by totorodad
Kindle amazon support is better. Kobo can allow you to check out elibrary books, but if want to work hard enough you can put any book you want on either. Try a friends and then decide or go half/half with a friend and trade back and forth.

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  1. Thank you. Those features are not available with this plugin. You can keep as many books as you wish in the cloud and as many as you can store offline as well. The books will retain the furthest page read so as long as you don’t reset that you will know you read it. You can also create notes at the beginning of the book or end to remind you. As far as sorting I just use the recent setting and the search function to find what I need. The least recent is at the bottom. Good luck.

  2. Thank you for this informative video and for using a good microphone and no background music! I love reading books on my PC as well since I don’t own a Kindle and don’t have plans to. :) Have you found any way to mark a book as read, or a way to move it to the bottom of the list? I don’t necessarily want to delete them after I’ve read them because if they’re good I may want to read them again someday. Ideas?

  3. Hi Kennedy, neither of them is the best as according to Consumer Reports, CNET, PCWORLD, etc. pro reviews Nook Simple Touch is the best ereader on the market. Also, only ads-supported Kindle Touch is $ 99, without ads it’s $ 139. E-Ink Nook Simple Touch from Barnes & Noble at $ 99 (without ads) has twice the battery life of Kindle Touch ($ 139 without ads), faster page turns than Kindle, and microSD card slot to expand capacity that neither Kindle has. With Nook you can checkout eBooks from public libraries – just need to get Adobe Digital Editions (ADE) software (free from Adobe site). Also it’s worth mentioning that if you walk in with any Nook to Barnes & Noble store, you’ll get tech support and you’re allowed to read ANY available eBook for free while in the store via free provided in the store Wi-Fi where Nook eBook store has over 2.5 million of paid books and about the same number of free public domain books. Nook already has Cloud as your ebooks are stored in your online library as well as downloaded to your device. Nook Simple Touch actually has a hidden web browser – just press the virtual “Search” button at the bottom of your Nook’s screen and key a URL into the search bar when it comes up. Ebook prices are the same everywhere as they’re controlled by publishers.

    Important information: there is a great current promotion announced in the news – until March, anyone who buys a one-year Nook subscription to the New York Times newspaper will receive either the Nook Simple Touch e-reader for $ 0 or the Nook Color e-reader for $ 99. The price of the Nook Tablet will be cut by $ 50 to $ 199 for those who buy it with a Nook subscription to People magazine.

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