OverDrive, an eBook distributor, announced they will produce a browser-based eBook reader later this year. I look forward to checking this technology out, as it should, in theory (if it is truly browser-based and doesn’t rely on Flash or other technologies), allow Kindle Fire owners to read ePub-formatted books without downloading and installing applications that take up valuable storage space.
OverDrive has begun adding Kindle compatibility to all of the libraries in its network. This opens up options to Kindle owners which were previously only available to owners of other devices. Of course, your library still has to be a member of the OverDrive network in order for you to make use of this new feature!