I'm a Linux Mint user and I use the Kindle Cloud Reader app for Google Chrome to read ebooks linked to my Amazon account.

I'd like to know where does this app, on my computer, stores the ebooks that are downloaded for offline reading.

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    I did some research and found out that the apps seems to store its data inside /home/<your_username>/.config/chromium/<your_profile>/Application Cache/ (note that I use openSUSE, so the exact path can be different); this directory however doesn't seem to contains the ebooks in plain usable data, they seem to be hardcoded in binary form. – Sekhemty Nov 5 '16 at 14:16
  • Yes indeed. However, as its in binary format so basically useless for me. Nevertheless, Thanks for the help. :) – Gameranand Nov 15 '16 at 4:32
  • You could try to ask at the MobileRead forums too, maybe these guys can give you some more help if you don't get many more responses here. Please report back if you do, I'm interested in this topic too :-) – Sekhemty Nov 15 '16 at 4:55

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