Some of you, who are already using Kindle for the Web to check the content of a book before buying it, may wonder whether it’s possible to read free chapters in a Kindle for the Web interface on an iPad.
We made a little test and the answer is: yes.
As you see on a screenshot below, the window fits perfectly into iPad’s screen proportions. Also, all the functionalities of Kindle for the Web are active in iPad’s Safari browser. Page load time is average, book pages change unexpectedly fast – in general it is a pretty enjoyable web e-reading experience.
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