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How to upload PDF to Amazon Kindle via email
Transfer Books to Kindle, Kindle Fire and Kindle App
You and your approved contacts can send documents to your registered Kindle devices, free Kindle reading applications, and your Kindle Library in the Amazon Cloud by e-mailing them to your Send-to-Kindle e-mail address [name] kindle. Your Send-to-Kindle e-mail address is a unique e-mail address assigned to each of your Kindle devices and free Kindle reading applications upon registration. PDFs can be converted to the Kindle format so you can take advantage of functionality such as variable font size, annotations, and Whispersync. To have a document converted to Kindle format. To find more information about how to use your Send-to-Kindle e-mail address, please visit our Help Page. There's a problem loading this menu right now.
The Amazon Kindle is a great ebook reader , but it's tightly tied to Amazon's ecosystem. If you have a Fire tablet or a smartphone, you can download other e-reading apps to beef up your library, but with the E Ink Kindles including the new waterproof Kindle Paperwhite you're pretty much tied to getting your content directly from Amazon. Well, sort of. Here's how to do it. To get your Kindle's email address, go to amazon.
Compose a new message to that address. Attach the PDF. Send the email. Open the Library section of the Kindle. Tap the PDF to open it.
The Easy Way
I even can't find those PDFs I just transferred! There is something important we need know but we missed or forgot. Don't worry in this article I will collect those frequently asked questions during transferring PDF to Kindle.
If you rely on a Kindle or Kindle app for reading, you probably know that it supports not only ebooks, but also PDFs. In fact, if you've done your homework, you also know that your Kindle or Kindle app has its own email address, meaning you can send any PDF straight to your device just by attaching it to an email. But reading PDFs on a Kindle requires a little help. Portable Document Files PDFs are static images, boasting exactly the same dimensions, typeface, illustrations and formatting, on any device capable of opening them. The comparatively small size of the display forces you to zoom and scroll around to read the document. The solution to this is to convert the PDFs to be read on a Kindle. We'll show you the aforementioned email trick first, and then a couple of other solutions.
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.