Amazon has unveiled Kindle software for Windows, showing off the new ebook reader app at Microsoft's Windows 7 launch this morning in New York City. The uber etailer is already offering an iPhone app that replicates the software built into its Kindle ereader device, and now, you can access your Kindle account from a PC as well …
What? No Macintosh version?
Is nice that iPhone and Touch were supported before Windows, but still no Macintosh version?
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