Can you download books from the internet on your kindle?

Answer Yes and no. You can read books from any source as long as they're in a supported format (pdf, azw, prc or mobi), but you can only download directly from Amazon. Amazon purchases can be downloaded... Read More »

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Can I Download e-Books From My Library on Kindle?

The Kindle is a Wi-Fi--enabled handheld device using Kindle software to allow the user to download and enjoy digitized text, simulating the act of reading from paper. Currently, a Kindle user can p... Read More »

Can you download Project Gutenberg books directly to your Kindle?

Project Gutenberg books are available for the Amazon Kindle e-book reader. Third-party websites such as the Magic Catalog of Project Gutenberg E-Books have Project Gutenberg books available in the ... Read More »

How to Download Kindle Books on an iPad?

With the success and relatively low cost of the Amazon Kindle, many people use both an iPad and a Kindle or at least have a Kindle account in order to access more titles than iBooks offers. Here’... Read More »

How to Download Books to an SD Card in Kindle?

The first generation of the Amazon Kindle features an SD memory card slot that allows it to hold hundreds more books than the internal memory can accommodate. The SD memory card slot is located beh... Read More »