How to download & transfer from Kindle or donkeytime.org to PC - Ebooks Stack ExchangeDownloading books to your Amazon Kindle is easy. This quick tutorial will teach you how to deliver the unparalleled selection of books, magazines, newspapers and comic books that Amazon makes available, along with ebooks and other documents you may have on your computer, to your Kindle where you can read and enjoy them. After signing into your Amazon account and navigating to the page of the Amazon Kindle Store for the book you want to buy, look to the righthand side of your browser window:. Any Kindle e-readers or Amazon Kindle apps on your smartphone, tablet, or computer that are associated with your Amazon account, will be listed on this menu. Select the intended device or app. Now, make your purchase.
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Generally, once a device is registered to an Amazon account, all Kindle books under that account will be synced automatically with Internet connected. However, if we want to read non-Amazon books on Kindle or purchased Kindle books do not shown on the device due to a connection problem, we will have to transfer books from computer to Kindle manually. Note: If you were a Kindle e-ink device owner such as Kindle Paperwhite , here I strongly recommend you directly read this part. Books downloaded from torrent sites are often EPUB files. If you want to transfer these books to Kindle for reading, you will have to do something to make these epub files readable on the Kindle. These books are typically DRM protected so we can't directly convert the formats. Instead, we have to strip the DRM restrictions first.
Having Kindle books stored in the cloud is very convenient. It allows to sync reading progress between devices registered to the same account. This e-reader privacy chart explains this in detail. It happens when a publisher updates the file associated with the book. It could be just a formatting, or it could be a new edition that differs from what you had before.