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Reading and Managing Kindle Books on Android

One of the most common uses of Android tablets in for reading ebooks. There are many different formats for ebooks some, are proprietary like Amazon kindle, Nook, and others are more open and standard like pdfs (portable document format) ebooks. The two most common are ebook formats are Kindle and pdf.The Android Kindle reader App can read both formats You don’t need an Amazon kindle to read the...

Transfer Books to Kindle, Kindle Fire and Kindle App

People can read Amazon Kindle books on Kindle eReaders, Kindle Fire tablets as well as other smart devices with Kindle apps installed. Generally, once a device is registered to an Amazon account, all Kindle books under that account will be synced automatically with Internet connected. However, if we want to read non-Amazon books on Kindle or purchased Kindle books do not shown on the device due...

How to Read Kindle Books on an Android Tablet / Phone

Reading Kindle books can be an excellent experience for all book lovers, especially when you consider the variety and prices. Originally available on kindle devices, nowadays you can read kindle books on practically any mobile smart device. Since more and more people are purchasing low-cost yet powerful Android devices, this guide will tell you how to read Kindle books on an Android tablet / ph...

Kindle vs. Nook vs. iPad: Which e-book reader should you buy? - CNET

With ultraaffordable e-ink readers, midprice color tablets like the Nexus 7, iPad Mini, and Kindle Fire HD, and even the more expensive iPads all vying for your e-book dollar, what's the best choice for you? Editors' note: This story was first published in July 2010, and has been extensively updated, most recently on December 17, 2012. At first glance, the task seems daunting -- there are more ...

A quick guide to reading books on Samsung Galaxy Tab

Users buy tablets to play games, watch movies, or dive into social media. However, your Samsung Galaxy Tab is also a ready-to-open door to the exciting world of ebooks. Just like you spend some time on learning most important features and apps of the new tablet, you’ll also want to do this to find the reading solution that suits your needs best. There are two ways to read ebooks on Samsung Gala...

Which tablet is best for textbooks? - CNET

This edition of Ask Maggie helps one reader figure out if tablets are ready for e-textbooks along with several other tablet-related questions. Amazon and Barnes & Noble have made e-readers and now tablets so inexpensive that almost anyone can get them, even poor students. But are these tablets up to the task of replacing those big, heavy college textbooks? In this edition of Ask Maggie, I try t...

How do I get a .mobi ebook onto my Kindle? - Ask Leo!

".mobi" format is the native format for books used on Amazon Kindle reading devices. I'll show you how to get that ".mobi" book you just downloaded from your PC to your Kindle. Turns out there are at least two different ways to get that book onto your Kindle. And then of course you can also read the book without a Kindle device at all. Not everyone realizes it, but every Kindle activated with a...

Kindle for iPhone for iOS - Free download and software reviews - CNET Download.com

While Amazon has grown far beyond its roots as a humble Internet bookstore , it's never forgotten where it came from, and you can now get millions of its titles right on your phone via its Kindle app (or on its Kindle e-reader devices). It's so far ahead of the competition that the question isn't which e-reader app you use, but whether you choose the Kindle app or a Kindle device. Let's compare...

Kindle for Samsung: 8 things you should know

Dedicated e-reading environment for Samsung tablets and phones, Reader’s Hub, retires on July 1, 2014. Here are things to know to help you decide whether you want to use the new app. The problem with companies less determined to focus on ebooks and digital content is that they can make an arbitrary decision to shut down a project. This is the case of Samsung’s several attempts to embrace digita...

KB0118: How can I test my Epub and Kindle books?

Contents | Start | End | Previous: KB0117: Why are string tables not working in my book? | Next: KB0119: Why are some images in my book duplicated? Testing Kindle books | Testing Epub books | File transfer It's important to have confidence that your ebooks will look good on a variety of devices, before you upload them to book distribution sites. Here are some ways you can preview and test your ...

So I turned my Galaxy Tab into a Kindle Fire – Gigaom

After spending nearly a week with the Amazon(s AMZN) Kindle Fire I purchased, I’ve been hard-pressed to make a decision: Do I keep it or do I return it? My rationale has nothing to do with the device itself. Yes, it has shortcomings, but mostly, the Fire meets my expectations for $200. However, I purchased a 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab last year, and there’s just way too much overlap between the ...

How do I read a Kindle book if I don't have a Kindle?

Amazon has made Kindle reading applications available for FREE on most popular platforms. It seems that every time that I turn around, someone's talking about Kindle. Good for you, but what about those of us that can't afford a Kindle, or just don't want one? OK, I totally made that question up, basing it on what I expect a lot of people to be saying as more and more publishers begin producing ...

Download these free apps to read Kindle books anywhere

Kindle apps are available for Android, iOS, Mac, PC, and web. Thanks to that, you can read your Kindle ebooks on literally any device. It’s amazing how many people still want to manage content on their tablets or smartphones using file managers. In the end, they will have to pick up the right app to open the file. Several users, who were planning to buy an iPad, asked us for tips to export eboo...

Updated: 5 Free Apps You Should Install on Your New Fire Tablet | The Digital Reader

It looks like the 7" Kindle Fire HD will be following in the footsteps of the original Kindle Fire in capturing a large part of the Android tablet market in the US. Sadly, Amazon also repeated the mistake of not including a number of basic apps which I for one need on a regular basis. Here's a handful of apps you''l probably need on the KFHD, including a couple very basic apps like a camera and...

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX vs. Google Nexus 7: Which Tablet Is Better?

There are lots of 7-inch Android tablets, but two stand above the rest: Google's Nexus 7 and the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX. Both devices start at $229, and both feature sharp, full-1080p displays. To crown a 7-inch slate champ, we put the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HDX head-to-head — comparing design, display, audio quality, parental controls, interface, apps, content, camera, performance and secret ...