Amazon Prime Reading screenshot. Photo by: Business Wire / Amazon

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Amazon Prime Reading has been rolled out recently with over a thousand pieces of literature featuring: books, magazines, short works, comic books, children’s books and more.

To experience the digital content, no Kindle device is required. Download and start using the free Kindle apps for iOS and Android stores, in addition to any Kindle or Fire tablet.


Business Wire and Amazon have noted:

  • Over a thousand popular books: Enjoy a diverse selection of titles including Red Sparrow, The Butterfly Garden, The 5 Love Languages, The Atlantis Gene, Lonely Planet travel guides and books from best-selling authors Brad Thor, Barry Eisler, Stephen Covey, James Altucher, Rachel Abbott and more.
  • Premium Magazines: Stay on top of current trends with a rotating selection of fresh, full issues of top magazines covering sports, technology, cooking and home improvement, current affairs, notable people and more.
  • Exclusive short content: Read Kindle Singles Classics classic short-form reads by the world’s top writers, from Susan Orlean to Norman Mailer. Also read from hundreds of Kindle Singles short stories, memoirs and essays from a variety of top writers.
  • All your favorite Kindle features: Enjoy all the great Kindle features customers love such as Page Flip, Popular Highlights, X-Ray and Goodreads integration, all while using your favorite Kindle eReader or Fire tablet or free Kindle app for iPhone, iPad, Android phone, tablet and more.

“This is a new and exciting way for our premium brands to reach and engage with Amazon’s Prime members.” – Monica Ray, Executive Vice President of Consumer Marketing at Condé Nast

The video below is from 2015, and shows the early stages of Amazon Prime Reading with Kindle. Amazon Prime members will now be able to experience reading material on different devices.

Amazon Prime Membership - Kindle First

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Matthew McGuire is the founder and editor of Crescent Vale News. In 2014, he acquired a master's degree in Professional Media and Media Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.