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You've probably heard about the Amazon Kindle, an e-reader, without an extremely popular thread. Amazon has more than 850,000 books available to download for the Kindle. And there you get free more than 1.8 million copyrighted books. Amazon has developed an application-reading army for anyone with internet access over the phone or computer.
How do I get a MacBook Air, this article focuses on the Kindle Reader for Mac.
You must register for an Amazon account before downloading. For most people, you sign up as if you want to buy something from Amazon store.
After logging in, you need to go to the Kindle Store. Here you will find everything about Amazon's Kindle.
Current choices are iPad, iPhone, PC, Mac, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone 7. Click on the Kindle for Mac and you will go to the page where you can download the reader for Mac.
Here's where some Mac users with hardware and older operating systems can be removed. To get the Kindle for Mac, you need Mac OS X 10.5 and above, 512 MB RAM and 100 MB of hard disk space and a Mac with an Intel 500 MHz. So actually, a Mac needs you in recent years and bought an upgrade to Leopard or Snow Leopard.
Download the Kindle Reader software for Mac.
Downloading the Kindle Reader app for Mac is so easy everything you do on your Mac. Simply click on the download button and you will see the disk image in downloading files. Once the download is complete, double-click the disk image called KindleForMac.dmg.
A Finder window will open the Kindle app and show the program folder. Drag the Kindle for Mac into the 'Program' folder and now you're ready to start finding some good books.
One thing you will not find is Kindle newspapers, magazines and blogs. At this time, these options for the Mac players are not available.
Get your Kindle for Mac today!