Thanks to the Kindle’s handy “Whispersync” feature, you can start reading a book on, say, your Kindle Fire, then pick up right where you left off on another Kindle-friendly device, Read More
Is your digital library of iBooks getting a bit cluttered? If so, good news: there’s an easy way to tidy up the virtual bookshelves on your iPhone or iPad.
Wondering where Amazon hid the Kindle store on its Kindle app for the iPhone and iPad? Nope, you’re not missing anything—it simply isn’t there.
Got a PDF or Word file on your desktop that you’d rather read on your Kindle? Thanks to a handy utility from Amazon, you can send text documents from your Read More
Whether you read Kindle books on a smartphone, a tablet, in a web browser, or on an honest-to-goodness Kindle, highlighting interesting passages in the text is a simple matter of Read More
Wish you could buy and read books from Amazon’s online Kindle store without actually owning a Kindle, tablet, or smartphone? Well, you can—all you need is a computer and a Read More
Mario writes: I have an Amazon Kindle e-reader with Wi-Fi. As a first time user, how can I go about on getting free books to read. Please provide a step Read More