There are many reasons why you might want to listen to audio books on your Kindle rather than read the printed text; it’s hands-free, you’re practising English listening, maybe you’re partially sighted or perhaps you simply just don’t like reading. Whatever the reason, you need to make sure you’re getting the very best out of your device, so here’s how to listen to audio books on your Kindle.
There are a number ways to send third-party eBooks and other content to your Kindle, so you’ll have to decide what works best for you from the list below. If you have a Kindle with touch capability (see Kindle comparison table), then you can use the device’s interface to download books from Goodreads as well as Amazon. However, if you want to send eBooks, documents, or images to your Kindle from another source, you’ll need to use one of the following methods:
In 2007 Amazon launched the original Kindle, achieving great success. Now more than 10 years later, the Kindle range continues to lead the way and dominate the market. With both the original Kindle and All New Oasis now supporting audio books through audible, they are looking more attractive than ever to digital book consumers. There are various types of Kindle devices available from Amazon, including their single-purpose e-readers and Fire tablet range. To find out which one is best for you, take a look at the comparison table below. Continue reading “Kindle eBook Reader Comparison 2018”
Ebook readers have evolved from basic devices to highly designed feature-packed gadgets in recent years. As technology advances and becomes cheaper to the consumer, new qualities have been introduced to make your reading experience even more accommodating. You can now base your purchase on size, weight, design, and price tag, with devices catering for all different needs. Whatever type of reader you are, day or night, beach or bath, there’s something for everyone.