Do you read a lot of ebooks on your Kindle? Let’s take a look at Kindle Cloud Reader and see if it’s the best way for you to read.
Want unlimited reading, but Kindle Unlimited isn’t what you need? Try out some of these Kindle Unlimited alternatives to read all you want.
Don’t have the time to sit down and read a book? Learn how you can connect Kindle and Audible to Alexa and listen to books on your Echo device.
If you like to do your reading by the pool, the beach, or even in the bathtub, it’s time for you to get an Amazon Kindle Paperwhite e-reader.
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite lets you store a large number of ebooks, has a 300 ppi glare-free display that looks exactly like a real book and is now 35% off.
If you’re looking to buy a new Kindle, you’re spoilt for choice. This Kindle models comparison will help you find out which is best.
Reading on a Kindle is much easier on the eyes, and you have more control over its layout. Here is how to send web articles to Kindle in Android.
The waterproof Kindle Paperwhite with Hi-Res display is another in the company’s expansive list of models and is now $40 off.
Kindle and Kobo are two popular ebook readers on the market. Find out which of the two e-readers is the best to get your ebook fix.
Amazon Kindle has had a tight hold on the ebook reader market, but is it not the only one available. Here are some excellent Kindle alternatives to check out.
While Kindle is the most popular e-reader currently on the market, that doesn’t mean you have to stick to it. There are no shortage of options to solve your reading needs, you just need to know where to find them. Here are some of the alternative ways to read ebooks other than on the Kindle.
Come across an interesting article on the Web and you are keen to read it on your Kindle? Here is how you can easily push the web page to your Kindle with a simple Chrome extension.
Just in case catching up with your reading wasn’t easy enough on the Kindle apps for iOS and Mac, Amazon has made it even easier. Previously, iOS apps turned the iPhone and iPad into Kindles, and allowed the same reading experience on a Mac. Now they have taken the experience one step further. It’s not […]
Just a few days back, Amazon rolled out a minor software update for its tablet, the Amazon Kindle Fire. The software update was stated as version 6.2.1 update and it fixed a few bugs as well as blocked the ability to root the device. Before that, one can use the SuperOneClick tool to root the […]
Be it the Kindle device or the Kindle app for your PC, iPhone, iPad or Android, there is no doubt that Amazon has provided a quick and good platform for most of us to buy, download and read ebooks. The problem is, if you are located outside of United States, you will find that you […]
From Monday 28 March 2011, popular print and online news organisation The New York Times has implemented a paywall. What this means is that the average non-paying user will only be able to view 20 articles a month on the NYTimes.com website. However, there are a number of ways of circumventing this limitation, some have […]
Some time ago, MakeTechEasier gave you an extensive 3-part guide to formatting a book using OpenOffice.org. That guide was specifically oriented toward print publications, and while it may be sufficient for PDF ebooks, formatting a book for Amazon’s Kindle e-reader takes a little more attention and care. Generally speaking, a Kindle book is just HTML and […]
I bought an Amazon Kindle some time back and posted an article about some of the basic tips and tricks all Kindle users should know about. Having used the Kindle for a while it is clear that while it’s book reading functions take precedence, its creators decided to imbue it with a number of features […]
I am the proud owner of a brand new Amazon Kindle Wi-Fi (a.k.a. Kindle 3). This sleek graphite device is great when I want to read at home or on the move. The size and weight are just perfect and even after holding it for a few hours I can barely feel it resting on […]