I finally have upgraded to Leopard on my PPC Mac and guess what … I still can’t read my Amazon Kindle books on my Mac!
To get to the site more quickly to download the app, I did a search on Google for “Mac OS X Amazon Kindle App” and the first link was this where I read the requirements before downloading it:
* A Mac with a 500MHz Intel processor or faster
* At least 512MB of RAM
* Screen resolution of 800×600 or greater
* Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) and 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
* 100MB of available disk space
So I thought, great! Looks like it must be a Universal app now! So I downloaded it and ran the dmg file and it has the Amazon Kindle App icon but it has a white circle with a line through it. This doesn’t look good… And sure enough, when I click on it, it says it’s not for this architecture.
I REALLY hate DRM!!! Again I can’t make use of what I buy on my Mac!