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  • TABLE OF CONTENTS

    Turning your Paperwhite on and off

  • Turning your Paperwhite on and off

  • Browsing books on the Home screen

  • Opening a book

  • Reading a book

  • Special features within a book

If you’ve recently purchased a Kindle Paperwhite and are ready to start putting it to use, we’re here to help.

The Kindle Paperwhite is a mid-priced favorite among e-reader fans. It’s waterproof, which makes it equally great for reading at the beach and in the bath; the screen is crisp and sharp with a display that’s easy on the eyes; and the 10-week battery means you can generally go months without having to charge it. It also has Bluetooth, which means you can pop in earbuds to listen to an Audible version of your book in privacy.

Below you’ll find everything you need to know about using a Kindle Paperwhite.

  • Turning your Paperwhite on and off

    Your Paperwhite only has a single button, located at the button of the tablet near the USB-C charging port. If the Paperwhite is completely off, press and hold the button for several seconds until the screen turns on, and let it boot normally.

    As a general rule, though, you can leave the Paperwhite powered on all the time, and tap the button to wake the screen or put it to sleep. The tablet draws very little power and should last for months on a single charge, so you may not need to power it off completely after each use.

  • Browsing books on the Home screen

    When you turn on the display, the Paperwhite should return to whatever screen it was on the last time you used it. If it’s not on the Home screen and you want to go there, tap the top of the screen and then tap the back button to return Home or to the Library.

    Here you can browse books in your own library as well as eBooks on Amazon that are recommended for you. If you see a book you like, you can tap it and purchase it. Alternatively, you can use the Search Kindle field at the top of the page to search for a specific book to buy.

    To get to additional options, tap the three-dot menu at the top right. Here you can get to your reading lists, settings, and other options.

  • Opening a book

    The other tab on the main screen is the Library, which, not surprisingly, contains all of your purchased books. Tap the Library tab to browse your eBooks. Not all of these books are necessarily installed on this Kindle, but it should show you all the books you have purchased using your Amazon account.

    There are a few handy icons to help you navigate your library. If you’re in the middle of reading a book, you should see the percent read at the top right of the book cover. Newly downloaded books will bear a “New” banner, while books you’ve finished will say “Read.” And books that are downloaded to your Kindle will have a checkmark at the bottom left.

    You might have a lot of books in your library, so you can tap the three line menu on the right, above the book list, to change the way the books are presented. You can change the sorting, for example, as well as view the books in grid or list form, or arranged by your collections, if you’ve organized them that way.

    When you’re ready to read a book, you can tap it in the library. If it’s already installed, it’ll open right away. Otherwise, it’ll take a few seconds for the book to download to your Paperwhite before it opens.

  • Reading a book

    Your Paperwhite tries to make the screen look like you’re reading a real paper book, so there’s no interface getting in the way. To go to the next page, tap almost anywhere on the page; to go back to a previous page, tap on the left edge of the screen.

    You might also notice your reading progress status at the bottom of the page—depending on how it’s set, you might see your location in the book, as a page number, how many minutes of reading are left in the chapter, or even nothing at all. To change the way your Kindle shows your reading progress, tap repeatedly in the lower left corner.

    Want to get back to the Home screen or Library? Tap the very top of the page. This pop-up menu also lets you change details like layout and font (tap the Aa for that), zoom to a different part of the book (that’s the three lines that look like a TOC), bookmarks, and more.

  • Special features within a book

    There are a few handy tools at your disposal when reading a book on your Kindle Paperwhite.

    First and foremost: the dictionary. Not sure what a word means? Tap and hold a word for a second, then release; after a moment you’ll see the word is underlined, then the dictionary opens to define the word. Swipe to the left to see the word’s Wikipedia entry and even get a translation.

    Many books also have X-Ray, a reference tool that helps summarize and provide context for the book you’re reading. X-Ray lists characters, locations, themes, and more from the book, which can be handy to stay on top of the action. To get there, just tap the top of the page and then tap the three-dot menu. The choose X-Ray.

    Finally, you might be the sort of person who enjoys keeping notes or highlighting passages within a book. You can do that when reading with your Paperwhite as easily as when using paper books—just tap and hold a word or tap and drag your finger to select a phrase. Then, when the dictionary window pops up, you can use the Highlight and Note buttons to mark up the story. You can even export these notes to your computer afterwards.

Next, check out our Kindle buying guide.

About the Author

Dave Johnson

Dave Johnson is a technology journalist and author of nearly three dozen books. Dave spent a decade in the Air Force operating satellites, teaching space operations, and performing space launch planning. He has contributed to many sites and publications including CNET, Forbes, PC World, How To Geek, and Insider. As a photographer, Dave has photographed wolves in their natural environment; he’s also a scuba instructor and co-host of several podcasts.

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  • PAGE OVERVIEW
  • 1

    Turning your Paperwhite on and off

  • 2

    Browsing books on the Home screen

  • 3

    Opening a book

  • 4

    Reading a book

  • 5

    Special features within a book

Basic Kindle vs new and old Paperwhite vs Oasis

By
Chris Hall

Updated

This guide will help you decide which is the best Kindle, as we compare the different Kindle models.

There’s nothing like heading off on a holiday without having to weigh your luggage down with piles of books. There’s also a lot to be said for being able to access nearly limitless numbers of books without having to go to a shop to buy more. The Kindle reader is one of the most popular choices for ebook reading, letting you read your favourite books on a lightweight digital device, without the drawbacks that come with using a tablet or smartphone.

Not only is the Kindle incredibly power efficient, but it’s also well-connected, meaning you can easily download new books. It’s also very easy to use and seamlessly integrates with your Amazon account. The best prices are available on days like Prime Day or Black Friday, but there are regular discounts throughout the year.

The real decision is which model you should buy. There are currently six models of Kindle offered by Amazon: the Kindle (refreshed in 2022), Kindle Kids (2022), Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition, Kindle Paperwhite Kids, and Kindle Oasis. Then there’s the Kindle Scribe, which is slightly different.

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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2021)

Best Kindle overall

Kindle Paperwhite offers a big display, illumination, waterproofing and colour temperature controls – but there’s no buttons for page turns.

Pros

  • Display illumination and size
  • Water resistant
  • Great battery life

Cons

  • No page turn buttons

$139 at Amazon See at Best Buy

  • 174 x 125 x 8.1mm, 205g
  • 6.8in display, 300ppi
  • 8GB, Wi-Fi
  • IPX8 waterproofing

Amazon’s Kindle Paperwhite, refreshed in 2021, offers a 6.8-inch display, larger than other Kindles – except the Oasis at 7 inches – so there’s loads of space for reading which we love. There’s 8GB of storage and it’s limited to Wi-Fi connectivity only – there’s no option for cellular connectivity, although that’s no problem as you can always hotspot off your phone. There’s a front-lighting system so you can read in the dark, but you can also adjust the colour temperature of this. There’s a USB-C port for charging, with the battery lasting up to 10 weeks. It is waterproof with an IPX8 rating.

But there’s no button for page turning – that all has to be done through a tap or a swipe, which we don’t find as natural as the Kindle Oasis’ buttons. However, given the price and the features offered by the Kindle Paperwhite, we think it’s the best Kindle for most users.

Amazon Kindle Oasis

Best quality Kindle

The ultimate reading device, this is for book lovers who consume books at speed and want the best device available to read them on.

Pros

  • Premium quality build
  • The best display of all Kindles
  • Waterproof

Cons

  • No USB-C

$249 at Amazon $249 at Best Buy

  • 159 x 141 x 3.4-8.4mm, 188g
  • 7.0in display, 300ppi
  • 8/32GB, Wi-Fi or cellular
  • IPX8 waterproofing

Bigger and better, the Kindle Oasis is designed to be the ultimate reading device. This model has a 7-inch display – so, larger than all the other Kindle devices – and incorporates all the top features. It offers illumination, but with more LEDs so things are more evenly distributed. It also boasts auto-brightness, so it has the highest quality display, just a little better when compared to the Kindle Paperwhite. It also has buttons for page turning, making it a great reading experience.

The Kindle Oasis is waterproof, while retaining a thin and light design, so it’s easy to slip into any pocket – and it’s the only model with page turn buttons. With 6-weeks of battery life, it won’t last quite as long as Paperwhite, but it’s a lot more premium in the hand. The only downside is the price – and that it still has a Micro-USB for charging – which is a bit of a drawback.

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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition

Kindle with premium features

Adding wireless charging the Kindle Paperwhite along with more storage just adds to the premium experience.

Pros

  • Wireless charging
  • Autobrightness
  • Great Papershite experience

Cons

  • It’s just a little more expensive

$144.99 at Best Buy See at Amazon

  • 174 x 125 x 8.1mm, 207g
  • 6.8in display, 300ppi
  • 8GB, Wi-Fi
  • IPX8 waterproofing

The Paperwhite Signature Edition is based on the 2021 Kindle Paperwhite, but makes a few changes to make it slightly more premium. While it’s the same case and same design from the exterior, it offers 32GB of storage, 4x that over the standard Kindle Paperwhite. It also offers an auto-adjusting front light to suit the reading conditions you’re in, so the display is a little better.

There’s also wireless charging, with a Wireless Charging Dock designed specifically for this model (an optional extra), so you don’t have to plug it in. This will all make for a slightly more premium experience overall – but you will pay a little more for just a few small extras.

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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite for Kids

Best Kindle for kids

Bundling up the Paperwhite for kids adds a cover, warrant and access to content – on the same great Kindle Paperwhite device.

Pros

  • Comes with a cover and Kids+ subsciption
  • Great reading experience

Cons

  • It’s basically the same as the Paperwhite

See at Amazon $170 at Best Buy

  • 174 x 125 x 8.1mm, 205g
  • 6.8in display, 300ppi
  • 8GB, Wi-Fi
  • IPX8 waterproofing
  • Case, Amazon Kids+ and 2-year guarantee

The Kindle Paperwhite Kids is the same model as the Kindle Paperwhite (2021), so has exactly the same features as the model above – but it comes in a bundle designed for kids. That includes a cover to keep it protected, a subscription to Kindle Kids+ and a 2-year guarantee, so if your kids break it, Amazon will replace it.

The best thing is that when your kids outgrow the kids content, they can use the Kindle as a normal adult Kindle – but at the same time, you can just buy the normal Kindle Paperwhite and it has the same parental controls on it. The benefit here is in the Kindle Kids+ subscription and whether you value that.

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Amazon Kindle (2022)

Best affordable Kindle

Thinner, lighter and with a sharper display, this is an ideal affordable reader – but there’s no waterproofing.

Pros

  • Great value for money
  • Good display with lighting

Cons

  • No waterproofing

$99 at Amazon $99 on Best Buy

  • 157.8 x 108.6 x 8.0mm, 158g
  • 6.0in display, 300ppi
  • 16GB, Wi-Fi
  • USB-C charging

There are some important changes for the 2022 Kindle. While the display stays the same size at 6-inches, it has increased in pixel density over the older Kindle, so is sharper and offers a better reading experience. This is now the same resolution as the Paperwhite and the Oasis.

However, the illumination only uses four LEDs – compared to 17 on the Paperwhite and 25 on the Oasis – so the illumination is nowhere near as good. But, this is a thin and light Kindle, with plenty of storage and now USB-C so it’s convenient for charging. There’s no waterproofing on this Kindle, however.

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Amazon Kindle Kids (2022)

Most affordable Kindle for kids

An ideal reader for kids, thanks to the cover and the 1-year subscription to Kids+ for more content.

Pros

  • Bundled with cover and Kids+ subscription
  • Great value for money

Cons

  • No waterproofing
  • It’s the same as the Kindle, but costs more

See at Amazon $119 on Best Buy

  • 157.8 x 108.6 x 8.0mm, 158g
  • 6.0in display, 300ppi
  • 16GB, Wi-Fi
  • USB-C charging

The Kids edition of the Kindle is the same core device as the Kindle above, but it comes with a cover (there’s a choice of three designs), as well as a 2-year warranty. There’s also a 1-year subscription to Kindle Kids+, meaning access to loads of content, ideally tailored for younger readers.

This makes for a cheaper Kids version, but as with the Paperwhite equivalent, you really need to assess the value of the Kindle Kids+ offering – otherwise you might be better of buying the Kindle with a cover, as all devices have the same parental controls.

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Amazon Kindle Scribe

Best Kindle for writing

The Kindle Scribe has a big display allowing space for notetaking or annotation, while still offering all the Kindle reading functions.

Pros

  • The largest Kindle
  • Supports note taking and document syncing

Cons

  • It’s not as well connected as some writing devices

$339 at Amazon $389 on Best Buy

  • 196 x 229 x 5.8mm, 433g
  • 10.2in display, 300ppi
  • 16, 32, 64GB, Wi-Fi
  • USB-C charging

The Kindle Scribe is designed to open a new frontier in Kindle use, to expand beyond reading and venture into notetaking and annotation. It comes with a pen supplied, allowing writing on a range of paper types – including music – while also allowing written notes on books you might be reading. There’s a huge battery but this is obviously a much larger Kindle than the others on this list – and that makes it slightly different.

While the Kindle Scribe does everything that other Kindles do, the idea here is about notetaking and writing, rather than just reading. Better synchronisation with other document formats would benefit the Scribe experience, but software updates are adding features.

How did we select the best Kindle?

We has been using the Amazon Kindle since it first launched, so we have a lot of practical experience with a full range of Kindle devices, throughout the long history. That’s given us insight into not just the Kindle hardware, but the software experience that it offers as well, from individual features through to the Kindle Store – and the subscription offerings associated with Kindle. We use Kindle devices on a daily basis and have done for many years, so we have a depth of experience and knowledge about Kindle.

How to choose the right Kindle

Much of the decision will come down to price, with Amazon offering three distinct tiers for Kindle – Paperwhite, Oasis and Kindle. Over the past few years, those devices lower down the scale have benefitted from the developments at the top of the scale. Features once reserved to the top-level device are now common lower down, making Kindle’s even better value. You get more for your money than ever before.

A love of reading is important when choosing a Kindle, because you’ll be getting access to a range of services to provide you with plenty of books, from Prime Reading through to Kindle Unlimited. While all devices offer access to these services, the space you get on the display differs – and we’ve always found the bigger is better, meaning Paperwhite and Oasis are our top choices – but they also cost more.

If it’s just about value for money, then the standard Kindle is what you want. It offers that illumination, access to books and great battery life, so will keep you entertained for many weeks.

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New to the Amazon Echo is the ability to read aloud digital or e-books, which expands the features of this device.

Amazon has relaunched the Trade-In program where you get cash on your old Kindle, up to $50 plus a $20 off.

Black Friday has already reached Amazon and the company’s e-books, both old and newest e-books. These discounts will be valid for 2 months.

Amazon reaches 74 percent of digital books sold in a vital country like the United States.

Amazon introduces a new e-book format. This format is called KFX, but is not yet usable by an author other than Amazon.

Kindle Fires have received a problematic update that prevents them from playing video while streaming, which Amazon is fixing.

Kindle Voyage is Amazon’s new e-reader that stands out for its power and premium design. We have already tried this, and this is our analysis.

Audible Unlimited is a new Amazon service that will only distribute audiobooks. The downside is that the service only works in Japan at the moment.

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Kindle Voyage has only been on the Spanish market for a few days, but we should already be asking ourselves a question; Is Kindle Voyage Worth Buying?.

An interesting article in which we try to help you decide which Kindle to buy out of the 3 currently on the market.

An interesting article in which we compare the Kindle Voyage and the new Kindle Paperwhite head-to-head and compare them in detail.

An interesting article where we introduced the old Kindle Paperwhite to the new Kindle Paperwhite released by Amazon a few days ago.

Kindle for kids is a new kit from Amazon that consists of a basic Kindle Touch e-reader, a colored case and a shockproof device.

An article in which we will give you advice and help you decide which Kindle to buy out of 3 different Kindles available on the market.

An article in which we explain how to get Amazon to cut the price of any manufacturer with a simple trick that usually works.

An interesting article in which we take a detailed look at the evolution of the Amazon Kindle and show you all the devices on the market.

An article in which we know that Amazon has reduced the price of the Kindle Paperwhite in the United States, which can be synonymous with news.

A small comparison of Kobo Glo HD and Kindle Voyage, two e-readers with the highest resolution E-Ink screen, but at different prices.

An article in which we simply and quickly explain how to restart your Amazon Kindle 3.

Amazon officially launched the Basic Kindle in its China store with white in addition to black, which surprised many.

Although the Internet is disconnected from Adobe Flash, there are still many sites that ask for it, so it is still necessary to install it on our Kindle Fire.

Amazon has managed to launch an update that blocks possible hacks and hacks of the Kindle family of e-books, including older ones.

Dropbox is a very useful tool and now, thanks to the KindleBox app, we can autonomously send e-books from one to another.

An article where we take a closer look at Amazon’s Kindle Fire HD 6.

An article where we know Kindle Textbook Creator, Amazon’s new e-book creation tool that will be available to all users.

Amazon finally has a read-optimized font called Bookerly and it will be installed on e-readers and tablets for use in the coming days.

An article in which we know that Amazon offers a refurbished and certified Kindle Touch for only 59 euros through its website.

An article in which we tell you our opinion about the Kindle Unlimited service, as well as the positive and negative points that we find in it.

An article in which we analyze in detail the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX, which we also really liked due to its great quality and power.

An article where we put Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Voyage face to face to explore them in detail.

An article where we test, analyze and give our opinion on the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite.

Features of Amazon Kindle Voyage. Discover this reader in more detail.

An article in which we know that Amazon has increased the internal storage space of their Kindle Paperwhite, leaving it at 4 GB.

An article where we reveal the black spots or downsides of the Amazon Kindle Unlimited service.

Access Kindle Unlimited from any country by following these steps.

An article in which we analyze the Kindle app for Samsung devices

Kindle Paperwhite vs. Papyre 630, a head-to-head matchup at the heights of digital reading

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite features. Discover this e-book in more detail.

An article about Amazon’s odd relationship with open source software, one of the sources the giant drinks from and benefits.

An article about which item pollutes the most, whether it’s a book with paper and recycling, or an e-book with its battery and energy consumption.

News about the new Amazon program, in which they buy us a new old e-book and give us money to buy a new Kindle.

Convert PDF document to Kindle format in the fastest and easiest way

News about the launch of Scribd on the Amazon App Store. The Scribd application provides a reading service via streaming.

Learn how to take a screenshot on your Kindle with this simple guide.

An article about Amazon’s business model and how selling the Kindle cheaply drives the customer to buy more and earn Amazon money.

A small shopping guide to help you give an eBook for Christmas. Several alternatives are offered, all available in Spain.

An article about an exciting new Amazon service, Kindle FreeTime, a parental control feature that will help us educate our children.

An article about the Kindleberry Pi, a modification of the Kindle that allows us to combine a Kindle with a Raspberry Pi and have a mini controller with a Kindle screen.

A little guide to manually doing the latest update on our Kindle device and using the Goodreads feature in our eBook.

Updates on Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle Fire 2nd generation, Goodreads integration, and other improvements for the Kindle 9 family0047

An interesting article where we share and discuss the news that Amazon now also sells Kindle accessories.

Interesting article “The Rule of Two Pizzas”, the theory of millionaire Jeff Bezos.

News about Amazon Smile, an Amazon program that aims to make charitable donations from purchases made through the program.

An interesting article where we find out in a simple way how the new Kindle Paperwhite is different from the old model

An interesting tutorial in which we will learn how to download e-books for the Kindle app for tablets and mobile devices.

An interesting article about Kindle DX, Amazon’s 9.7-inch e-reader.

An interesting article in which we compare two Kindle Paperwhite models that are still on the market.

Interesting guide to download newspapers and magazines to Kindle in less than 30 seconds and for free

An interesting guide on how to download e-books to Kindle without Wi-Fi connection.

An article in which we learn how to hack an e-book using just a few LEGO parts, a Kindle and a Mac computer

Kindle Paperwhite vs Sony Reader PRS-T3

News about the launch of a section on the Amazon website selling used e-books with the full Amazon warranty.

A simple guide on how to install Google apps on our Kindle Fire without having to root the device by simply connecting it to our computer.

An interesting article in which we discuss Amazon’s accounting trick that the VAT conflict and e-books are silent about.

An interesting guide that explains in a simple way how to create a collection on your Kindle to get the most out of it.

Telefónica and Círculo de Lectores, owned by Bertelsmann and Planeta, teamed up to create a platform they called Nubico.

An interesting guide to learn how to use Kindle’s interesting feature to receive personal documents sent via email.

An interesting article in which we offer a new way to convert your PDF files to a format suitable for Kindle, completely online

An interesting guide in which we will quickly and easily learn how to activate the backup of our Amazon Kindle device.

An interesting tutorial on popular underscores, one of the most interesting tools we can find on Kindle devices.

On February 4, 2013, Amazon offers a €20 discount on the regular price (79euros) of your basic Kindle, which is 59 euros.

An interesting tutorial in which we will learn how to activate parental controls on our Kindle device and it will certainly help us a lot.

An interesting tutorial in which we will show you how to add different fonts to your Amazon Kindle Paperwhite.

An interesting lesson in which we will learn how to take screenshots of our Kindle device, regardless of the model.

Kindle, Tagus, Kobo, LED Readers. Are they a real need or will it be a whim, maybe a fleeting one?

Today we present an interesting guide with which you can install the famous Duokan operating system on your Amazon Kindle Touch.

A quick guide to converting an e-book purchased on Amazon to other formats that our reader can recognize.