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‎Amazon Kindle on the App Store


On the bus, on your break, in your bed—never be without a book. Kindle books you have purchased on Amazon will automatically appear in your app. Kindle Unlimited and Amazon Prime members can select and download Kindle books directly in the app.

• Read the books you buy on Amazon in the Kindle app. Choose from over six million Kindle books (including those with Audible narration), magazines, and comics and start reading in seconds. Explore Amazon Charts best sellers and titles across genres like romance, science fiction, children’s books, self-help, religion, nonfiction, and more—and try any book with a free sample straight from the Kindle app.

• Kindle Unlimited members can enjoy unlimited reading and listening, with the freedom to explore over 1 million titles, thousands of audiobooks, and current magazines.

• Over 1,000 books, magazines, comics, and more included with Amazon Prime.

• Kindle Vella brings you stories released one short episode at a time. The first three episodes of every story are always free–after that, purchase Tokens and redeem them to unlock episodes. Tokens may only be used to unlock Kindle Vella story episodes and are available for In-App purchase. Kindle Vella and In-App purchase of Tokens are currently only available in the US.

Turn your iPhone or iPad into a book with the free Kindle app—so you can read anytime, anywhere. Explore these reading features in the Kindle app:

• Read your way. Customize your text size, font type, margins, text alignment, and orientation (portrait or landscape)—and choose whether to turn pages from left to right or continuously scroll. Read comfortably day and night with adjustable brightness and background colors. Go to the Aa menu in your book to get started.

• Look up words, people, and places while you read. Breeze through words you don’t know and characters you can’t remember with the built-in dictionary, X-Ray, Wikipedia lookup, instant translations, and search within your book. Simply tap and hold a word to view its definition, or use the Google and Wikipedia links to get more information.

• Track your reading progress. See what percent of the book you’ve read, real page numbers (for most top titles), and how much time you have left in the chapter or book based on your actual reading speed.

• Bookmark places you want to revisit, and make highlights and take notes throughout your book. Open My Notebook to see all your notes in the same place.

• Hop, skim, and jump with Page Flip. Flip between pages or get a bird’s-eye view of your book with Page Flip—don’t worry, we’ll save your place.

• Zoom in on high-definition color images in Kindle books, magazines, comics, and manga.

• Sync your books across devices. When you’re reading a book, the Kindle app will automatically sync where you left off—along with any bookmarks, highlights, or notes—so you can start reading on one device and pick up where you left off on another.

• When you can’t read, listen. Switch seamlessly from reading your Kindle book to listening to the Audible book, all within the Kindle app.

• Get notified when authors you love have new releases.

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Ratings and Reviews

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Kindle is great, but Kindle Unlimited has made it AMAZING!!😍😍📖

I have always been a bookworm but times are tough, I can’t afford to go buy books to read right now, especially considering I can’t reread something I’ve already read. I can’t get into it if I know what’s going to happen, so I definitely can’t afford to spend the amount of money they now cost to only get use one time.. Plus I have “feral kids” (if you know, you KNOW but if not, look it up😅).. but Kindle Unlimited allows you to pay so much per month & “borrow” as many books as your heart desires, read, return, & replace with another good book that sparks your interest. And there are all types of books too, healing, self help, thriller, psychological thriller, fantasy, etc. Memoirs, etc. I highly recommend “If You Tell” by Gregg Olsen. It’s a memoir its a true story but be forewarned that it isn’t for the weak, these people went through horrible things, be ready to cry like i did. 🥺 it was beautifully written, & these victims/survivors NEED their story to get out there & the mom is being released this year and they want everyone to be warned, this woman may kill again.

Anyways, if you’re wondering if you should get it or not, here is your sign:
DO IT, & GET KINDLE UNLIMITED. They offer a free trial to show you how great it is so you can try it for free and read a months worth of books for free! Thank me later, you’re welcome.😊

Overall good but…

Kindle app is a great reader. However, it contains some extra features which would be AMAZING if they would develop them just a bit further so they could be put to more practical and more productive use. Kindle reader app for me, is more than just a reader like a little kindle device. It’s a productivity and learning tool and with a few little enhancements could be amazingly useful for that. Anyway, updated features are long overdue. 1. It would sure be nice if the highlights had major customizability (best) or at the very least, more color choices. As I’ve expanded my use of them, I have developed a system of highlights that act visual cues for myself for future reference. I have more ideas but the extremely limited choice of colors is frustrating that. 2. The flashcards feature works in a confusing and non-logical way. If I wanted to use the already existing ability to have highlights become flashcards, it only fills one side of the flashcard. It would be better if one could do something like allow me to choose to put adjoining highlights as a pair, the first on the front and the second second on the back. Then I could make flashcards from premises and conclusions in a book. I think that would get a lot of use from people like me who teach. 3. It would sure be helpful if I could select text across a page break with one selection rather than two separate selections. 4. Perhaps an option to read by vertically scrolling text would help with #3?

I see work is being done on library functionality, but

As an avid reader, I’d like to see more improvements for storing, organizing and finding books in my Kindle library in order to make reading Kindle books more enjoyable. 1) There should be a way to bring the categories into the library so I can filter by category and sub-category. For example: category Mystery; subcategory Police Procedural. I can shop for them this way in the Kindle store, I want to be able to view my library the same way. 2). There needs to be a way to quickly see which books have been read, and which have not. 3) There should be a private section in my kindle library that can’t be seen by anyone I hand my phone or tablet to. 4) I’d like a way to easily view a series of books in order. It looks like this is being done, but it doesn’t seem to work. Also, I’d like to be able to easily go to the next book in the series. Currently, when I finish a book, a page comes up showing the title and synopsis of the next book in the series. (Thanks for adding that, it has helped a bit to at least see the title of the next book in order). Ideally though, I’d like to be able to select the next book (if in my library) and be able to open it from there. Instead, I have to search my library. Thanks for considering there suggestions.

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Should You Buy a Kindle on Amazon Prime Day 2023?

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Kindle deals are some of the best Prime Day deals.

By Lindsey Salzer

Updated: Jul 6, 2023 8:08 pm

Posted: Jul 6, 2023 2:02 pm

Book lovers have gone beyond the paper with the Kindle since 2007, and for good reason too. Whether it’s saving money on popular books, being able to take multiple books “with you” on the go, or having access to thousands of books in one place, e-readers provide as close to a physical book reading experience as you could get; with added benefits.

What’s more, Kindle Unlimited specifically allows you to pay per month to essentially “borrow” as many books as you want, so it’s no surprise avid readers are taking advantage of Amazon’s own e-reader. If you’re wondering what Kindle model you should get and what’s going to be on sale during Amazon Prime Day, keep reading for the shopping advice you need as an avid reader.

Amazon Prime Day dates have been announced for 2023, so be ready for Prime Day to occur July 11th and 12th this year. For Kindle e-reader shopping, keep in mind you’ll have five Kindle options to choose from, depending on your storage needs and budget.

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What Kindle Deals Should You Expect on Amazon Prime Day?

In short, all of the deals! Last year’s Prime Day provided big discounts on every existing Kindle model during the two-day event, including the 8GB original Kindle, the Kindle Paperwhite (most lightweight option and compatible with Audible), the Kindle paperwhite Signature Edition (a less luxurious Oasis, aka not metal) and the Kindle Oasis (the fancier, aluminum version), as well as Kindle bundle deals featuring essential accessories you may really need (at $75 off).

Not to mention, the actual book and accessory sales you can get for the Kindle are happening during Prime Day, so you can get equipped with everything you need. See below discounts from Prime Day 2022 to help us set sale and price expectations for 2023, in order of biggest savings:

  • The Kindle Paperwhite Essentials (Bundle) was $75 off ($124 sale price vs $199 originally)
  • The Kindle Oasis was $75 off ($174 sale price vs $249 originally). Plus, the version without ads was available at a discount price of $189 ($80 off).
  • The Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition was $55 off ($134 sale price vs $189 originally)
  • The Kindle Paperwhite was $45 off and included 3-months of Kindle Unlimited ($94 sale price vs $139 originally)
  • The Amazon Kindle was $45 off ($44 sale price vs $89 originally)

We expect a price cut on the Kindle Scribe (2022) which goes beyond reading, but allows for sketching and journaling as well. However, it’s not likely going to be the best deal as the original price is steep at $339.99.

Do Other Retailers Have Kindle Deals on Prime Day?

Although the Kindle is an Amazon-specific product, there will likely be deals elsewhere from big retailers like Target and Best Buy, sometimes matching Amazon’s sale prices. You can try your luck with Ebay for refurbished models, but it won’t likely give you the buying security you’re looking for.

You can look at other e-readers outside the Kindle if you’re unsure about the brand so far, but you’re likely to get the best bang for your buck and overall best deal with Amazon’s own Kindle in the end. Also, it’s hard to compete with the actual Kindle book deals coinciding with Prime Day as an extra perk of being a Prime member and Kindle owner.

So…Should You Buy a Kindle on Prime Day vs Black Friday?

With major deal seasons to plan ahead for, it’s easy to ask yourself this question before you buy. Rest assured, Prime Day is still one of the best times if not the best time to buy a Kindle. After all, Kindle is Amazon’s own product and Prime Day is Amazon’s own event!

If you’re debating getting a Kindle, you don’t need to wait until Black Friday. You can start reading and collecting sooner than later, taking advantage of the Kindle app to store your books and read to your heart’s desire.

Which Kindle Should You Buy on Prime Day?

Unless you’re shopping for kids specifically, you can’t go wrong with the Kindle Paperwhite. It stands out with a USB-C port, it’s water resistant, and it comes with the best lighting experience. If you want the best of the best luxury experience but at a sale price during Prime Day, you’ll want to get the Kindle Oasis. Unless you care about wireless charging and auto-adjusting lighting features from the Paperwhite Signature Edition, you should be confident in the other models.

If you are shopping with children in mind, keep an eye out for Prime Day discounts on the Kindle Kids Edition; essentially the same e-reader as the 2019 model without the fuss of ads. It’s simple and easy for kids to read, learn and use, and even comes with a warranty (2-year) and a magnetic case (non-sale price of $109.99, but check back on July 11th!)

Early Prime Day Kindle deals

If you don’t want to wait for the bigger sales events and want a Kindle right now, browse the best Kindle sales going on now:

  • Kindle – $99.99
  • Kindle Paperwhite – $139.99
  • Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition – $189. 99
  • Kindle Paperwhite Kids (16 GB) – $169.99
  • Kindle Oasis – $249.99
  • Kindle Scribe – $339.99

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Top 10 eBook Reading Apps for Android (2023)

Digital books are a real thing these days and many people prefer to read books on their Android smartphones. However, it is very difficult to find good e-book reader apps these days. In this guide, we will share the best ebook reader apps that have the right features.

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Aldiko Book Reader is one of the oldest e-book readers. It comes with all the features you need such as EPUB, PDF support and support for Adobe DRM encrypted e-books. Moreover, it also has a very clean user interface which makes it easy to use. Some other useful features of this app are phone and tablet support, customization options, and a global search engine for books. The free version comes with ads while the paid version is available for 4.99 USD.


Amazon Kindle

Amazon Kindle is a very popular e-book reader app that comes with the biggest e-book stores on the internet. The app has great features like reading features, sync across devices and a large collection of free books. It also has a very minimalistic user interface which makes it easy to use. The only problem with the Amazon Kindle is that annoying ads pop up from time to time. Overall, this is a great app with great features.



AIReader is a relatively new e-book reader app that works flawlessly with both old and new versions of Android. It also supports all major ebook formats such as EPUB, RTF, MOBI, PRC and many more. There are also plenty of customization options and reading features, such as auto-scrolling, page-turning animations, and different reading modes. It’s also free for us, but you can donate up to $9..72.


Bookari eBook Reader

Bookari eBook Reader is another really good eBook reader app that was previously known as Mantano Reader and was later renamed to Bookari eBook Reader. The app supports all major formats including EPUB2, PDF and many more. The user interface is a little more complicated, but after learning it is really easy to use. General. Bookari offers a really good package. The free version comes with ads while the paid version is available for 5.49dollar.



EBookDroid is another very good ebook reader. The app supports all major file types including PDF, DJVU, XPS, FB2, CBR, CBZ, EPUB, RTF, MOBI and many more. The user interface of the app is very simple which makes it easy to use. It also supports dictionary, text highlighting, freehand annotations, and many other features. You can also add additional features using plugins. EBookDroid is completely free and contains no ads.



FBReader is another well-known e-book reader app perfect for most basic use cases. The app supports all major file types including AZW3M EPUB, FB2, RTF, HTML and many more. It also works flawlessly with Google Drive and syncs books across multiple devices. The app is relatively old, has a simple user interface but is easy to use. FBReader is also completely free.


Foxit PDF Reader

Foxit PDF Reader is another very popular PDF reader application that supports all major PDF files. In addition, it also comes with annotation features, form filling features, and ConnectedPDF for privacy. It also supports cross-platform and you can easily find Foxit software/apps for Windows, Linux, Mac, iOS and Android. Two versions are available, free and paid. Paid version available for 0.99 dollars.



FullReader is another very popular e-book reader app, formerly known as FReader. It also supports major file types, including less popular ones like CBR and CBZ. The app comes with a Material Design UI and has a very simple app layout. It also supports cloud backup for Google Drive and Dropbox. You will also find a translator that works with 95 languages. All in all, FullReader is a full-featured e-book reader that is completely free to use. However, you can always donate money to support development.


Google Play Books

Google Play Books is another very popular e-book reader app that is in direct competition with apps like Amazon Kindle. It’s also a virtual bookstore where you’ll find a wide variety of books, magazines, and more. There is also support for all major e-book formats, support for comics, and more. You can also upload your own books to the cloud and access them from anywhere in the world. Some other features in Google Play Books are book rental, quick view mode, and quick bookmarks feature. Google Play Books is completely free to use.


Kobo Books

Kobo Books is an online bookstore just like Amazon and Google Play Books. Kobo Book Apps is a basic e-book reader that comes with an online store where you buy books from the Kobo Store. The app also supports cross-device sync, book downloads, and night mode. The application can be used completely free of charge, but you will have to pay money for books.


Bonus app: Moon+ Reader

Moon+ reader is one of the best e-book reader apps that supports all major file types including EPUB, PDF, MOBI and many more. It also supports OPDS which is very rare. The app also has several themes that give the reader a unique look. You’ll also find features such as gesture control, auto-scroll, EPUB3 support, and cross-device sync. The Moon+ reader comes with all the features you need and you will love it. The free version comes with ads and you can get rid of them by paying 4. 99 dollars.



E-books are the real thing these days, and digital books are also more environmentally friendly. These are the top 10 ebook reader apps for android and you can’t go wrong choosing any of these apps. The best way to choose the right app is to check out its features, supported file types, and user interface and choose the one that best suits your needs. Let us know about your favorite e-book reader in the comments section below. You can also check out the best PDF reader apps for Android on our website.

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