Amazon Kindle eReaders might be mostly intended for reading books, but they can also read digital editions of many popular newspapers and magazines as they are released. That feature is going away, though….
Amazon’s Kindle devices have become synonymous with eReaders, and the name “Kindle” has become a household term. But why did Amazon choose the name Kindle for their eReader devices? Does it have anything to do with burning th…
With the release of the Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition in 2021, Amazon introduced the first Kindle with wireless charging. If you have any other Kindle, here’s how to add wireless charging to it.
You might have noticed Kindle ads feature waterproof Kindles now. Curious if your model is beach-and-bath friendly? Here’s what you need to know.
One of the best features of Amazon Kindle eReaders is the ability to borrow library books. However, just like physical books from a library, they come with return dates. We’ll show you how to keep them past the due date….
The Kindle home screen is your portal to all of your eBooks. It can get a bit messy and annoying to navigate if you have a lot of books. The “Collections” feature is like folders for the home screen.
Amazon Kindle devices are among the best eReaders you can buy. They’re easy to use, but to get the most out of your Kindle, there are some features you may not know about. We’ll show you the best ones….
There have been rumors for months that Amazon was working on a Kindle ebook reader capable of writing notes, instead of simply reading books. Now the device is official: say hello to the Kindle Scribe….
Amazon’s very first hardware launch, back in 2007, was the original Kindle. And while the Kindle lineup has changed a lot since then, the standard Kindle is still around. Now, Amazon is releasing new models for both the Kindl…
A Kindle is a great way to read, and eReaders have many advantages over paper books. However, there’s not just one Kindle to choose from. From Paperwhite to Oasis to Kids Editions, we’ll help you find the right one….
Kindles can hold a lot of eBooks, but you may want to remove some. eBooks are stored in two places—on the eReader itself and your Kindle Library. We’ll show you how to remove books from both places.
Kindle eReaders have a few advantages over physical books. One of the biggest is simply the sheer quantity of books you can carry with you. Just how many eBooks can you fit on a Kindle? Let’s find out….
Amazon’s Kindle lineup includes some of the best e-readers around, but no Kindle readers support the industry standard for ebooks: the EPUB format. However, Amazon says that will (partially) change soon….
Kindle eReaders are not limited to books from the Amazon Store. When you get eBooks from other sources, a common file format is EPUB. We’ll show you a few methods to get these files onto your Kindle.
When you buy books on Amazon, your Kindle should automatically add them to your Library. Sometimes, though, books don’t show up straight away. Here’s what to do when that happens.
Amazon has just announced many new Kindle devices, and one of the most exciting is the Kindle Paperwhite Kids. There’s also a new Kindle Paperwhite and the first-ever Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition….
The latest models of Kindle can download and play audiobooks from your Audible account over Bluetooth headphones. Unfortunately, if you don’t plan to use your e-reader to listen to books, all the audiobooks do is clutter up y…
Kindle users are in for a special treat with the latest update from Amazon to its popular line of eReader devices. The company released a rare interface refresh that’ll make navigating around Kindles a more pleasant experienc…
Amazon Fire tablets famously do not come with any Google services out of the box. However, you’re not out of luck if you want to use Gmail on your affordable Fire tablet. There are actually several methods to do it….
Amazon Fire tablets—formerly known as Kindle Fire tablets—are distinctly different than Kindle e-readers. However, when it comes to reading, both will get the job done. We’ll show you how to use your Fire tablet like a Ki…
If you are reading a book with a lot of images or just want to be able to use a larger text size, it can make sense to rotate your Kindle screen so you can read it in a horizontal position. Let’s look at how to change your Ki…
Kindles have enough storage space for hundreds or thousands of ebooks, but it’s still possible to occasionally run into space issues—especially if you download a lot of audiobooks from Audible. Here’s how to free up space o…
If you are a private reader, don’t want your kids (or anyone else) having free access to your books, or otherwise want to password protect your Kindle, it’s really easy to do. Here’s how.
When you read a physical book, you’re stuck with whatever font and text layout choices the publisher went with. With a Kindle, however, you can customize the text to appear pretty much however you like. Here’s how….
The fonts that come installed on your Kindle are good, if a little bland. Should your typographical tastes run a little differently, though, you can install almost any font you like on your Kindle. Here’s how….