Don't have a Kindle?
Not to worry. If you don't have a Kindle, you can still read one of our books. One of the reasons that Last Quarter of the Moon decided to release our ebooks on Amazon.com was the availability and ease of reading Kindle ebooks on a variety of devices and applications. Please browse through the list of supported devices and applications to find the best fit for you.
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Don't have a Kindle? You could always get one. And no time is better than the present. Amazon offers a wide variety of Kindle devices from simple ebook readers up through devices that compete with leading tablet manufacturers. Though you don't have to have a Kindle device in order to read one of our works, the Kindle is compact and esthetically pleasing to read on. It is particularly convenient when you are on the go.
See the carousel above for more information on the various Kindle devices currently available on Amazon.com.
Free Kindle Reading Apps
Need to read a Kindle ebook? There's an app for that. Best of all? They are free.
Amazon offers free Kindle Reading applications for a variety of devices, including the web-based Kindle Cloud Reader, computer-based readers for Windows PC and Mac, and mobile device applications for the iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Android phones and tablets, Windows Phone 7, and BlackBerry, and the list is growing.
Kindle Cloud Reader
The Kindle Cloud Reader lets you read ebooks instantly—no Kindle device required.
Kindle Cloud Reader runs in your web browser but looks and acts just like an app—and you can continue reading even if you lose you internet connection
Shop over a million ebooks in the Kindle Store&emdash;just like the Kindle and other Kindle apps
Kindle Cloud Reader works with select web browsers: Firefox 6+, Chrome 11+, Safari 5+, and Safari on the iPad running iOS 4+.
Kindle for iPhone and iPod Touch
Yes. There is an app for that.
Leveraging Amazon's "Buy Once, Read Everywhere" methodology and Whispersync technology, the free Kindle app for iPhone or iPod Touch offers sync between instances of the Kindle app between devices, allowing you to pick up where you left off. You can also track your progress, personalize your reading experience, buy ebooks, look up words, borrow library books, and read personal documents.
Kindle for iPad
Yes. There is an app for that... only bigger.
In addition to the features of the iPhone and iPod Touch apps, listed above, the free iPad app also allows you to read magazines and newspapers, view page numbers, search in books, and read e-Textbooks.
Kindle for Android
You guessed it. There is an app for Android phones and tablets available for free on the Google Play Store (formerly known as the Android Market.)
The Android apps offer Amazon's sync technology, personalization, and the ability to read free ebooks, read magazines and newspapers, borrow library books, look up words, and sample ebooks before buying.
Kindle apps for Computers
Don't see your device listed?
Check out the Amazon Free Kindle Reading Apps page for an up-to-date list of supported devices.