Kindle app for iPhone and iPad may get webby to avoid Apple’s new rules | Crave | CNET UK

If Apple forces the iOS Kindle app has to change to a Safari-based system (requiring web access) that would seriously damage the value of the ebooks I have purchased. Of course, that is part of Apple’s strategy, since Apple is not getting its cut of the income Amazon makes by selling books within the Kindke app.

“Instead of using the Kindle app, iOS users can just point Safari to Amazon’s site, buy the Kindle ebook, and read it right there in Safari. No app required.” Reading Kindle ebooks in Safari rather than a native app will have its restrictions — the requirement to be connected for example — but it’s certainly one workaround for Amazon.Kindle app for iPhone and iPad may get webby to avoid Apple’s new rules | Crave | CNET UK.