How does the kindle fire work.
I’m looking to buy a kindle fire but it is a little unclear if the books are downloaded and you can read them off-line later, do they stay as long as you dont delete them? Also, I will be useing the amazon prime service which seems to have different stipulations.
Books that you buy are yours. And other Kindles that you have registered on that account will be able to read any of the books that you have bought with that account.The reason Amazon Prime is different is because it comes with a lending library. Books that you get from that will have to go back and then you can’t read them any more. The same is true of when you use your local library’s online library. (That’s how I get all my ebooks for free.) Amazon Prime does cost about $79 but gets you the lending library, deals on ebooks, and all the free movie streaming to your device that you want.
Should I get a Kindle.
I want to start reading again, and I know some of the books I can get for free with my Amazon.com Prime membership on a Kindle. Should I get one? Are they worth buying? I haven’t bought one before. Is the $79 one on Amazon.com all I need to be able to use it?I have only seen a kindle once, and it seems…
I have a Kindle; I really like it. I bought it last October, if memory serves, and it’s great to take along when you’re traveling. You can get all kinds of books for free even if you DON’T have the “Prime” membership, by the way. Lots of books that are old enough to be in the public domain can be downloaded for free.Unless you are around a wifi access point a lot, I’d definitely get the kind that allows you to attach to a cellular network (the “3G” variety). If you ARE around an access point (wireless router in your home/school/workplace), then the 3G really isn’t all that necessary.I would recommend getting a cover for it; oddly enough, the very fact that it’s so small makes it a little awkward to hold for very long. Using a cover on it doubles its width while you’re reading, and allows your arms to be in a more natural position.It can also attach to your computer to charge, and your computer can “read” it as though it were a drive, which can be very useful. So – I say get one; it will be money well-spent, in my opinion.
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I’m about to get a Kindle Fire (maybe). I’m not sure if I should get Amazon Prime or just leave it how it is. What exactly does Amazon Prime cover? I also have many more ?s. If you could please answer them, I would be very grateful.Should I trust Amazon or Barnes & Noble more?Kindle Fire vs Nook…
Hello Phoenix, no mater what all Amazon employees like George Y and Rose D post around here, I think that Amazon Prime is worthless unless you buy a lot of physical items directly from Amazon (and not affiliates thus 60% of their items is not eligible). Also, with Prime for $79 you get 13,000 movies and 10,000 books are included while Netflix has millions of movies and B&N ebook store has millions of books (and over 2.5 million free ones). Also it’s worth mentioning that if you walk in with any Nook to Barnes & Noble store, you’ll get tech support and you’re allowed to read ANY available eBook for free while in the store via free provided in the store Wi-Fi.Nook Tablet is the best – it’s been getting rave pro reviews on the web and it is the best device in it’s class – much better than Kindle Fire. It’s got Netflix, Hulu, Pandora, Angry Brids, etc., the best battery life (30% beter), the best non-glare laminated screen (visibly noticable difference in side by side tests in video playback and eBooks reading), double the RAM and space for apps/photos/movies, microSD slot (not on Kindle) and a microphone for Skype (not on Kindle), and much zippier performance during video playback and apps usage than choppy/laggy act of Kindle Fire according to many user reviews. Also, it’s been reported that many Kindle Fire units have faulty Wi-Fi and people have a lot of issues connecting to internet according to many user reviews. Other issues are that it runs hot to touch, video playback is jerky, touch screen is not responsive and it takes 2-3 touches to register, power button placement is very poor and is prone to accidental power off, all the hype of Silk browser is a myth where the browsing is actually slower than on other Android tablets, etc.One pro side by side reviews to consider:ENGADGETBoth devices rock 1GHz dual-core processors, but the Nook has an edge here, with its 1GB of RAM to the Fire’s 512MB — and certainly the difference is noticeable, even when booting up something as simple as a game like Angry Birds. Things are even more pronounced during video playback. We took Shutter Island for a spin via Netflix streaming on both devices, and it was really like night and day. Motion is far less choppy on the Barnes & Noble device. The HD playback on the Nook also picked up subtle imagery like patterns on ties, which were largely lost on the FireAlso you might want to reconsider buying from Amazon at all if you learn about the working conditions they create at their warehouses (see link below).
How Does Amazon Prime Work.
I want to watch the current season of How I Met Your Mother (It’s almost over) and I couldn’t find it on Hulu Plus…So if I purchased a subscription for Amazon Prime would I be able to see the season on 1 flat fee, or would I still have to pay for episodes?
Amazon prime is a yearly servicefor $99, formerly $79, you get free 2-day shipping at no extra cost, unless the item is by a personal seller.And you also get prime instant video. Prime instant video works like Netflix.You can watch titles That are prime Eligible at no extra cost because they are included with primebut because Amazon Instant video is also a pay-to-download service like iTunes, you can also puchase titles to watch.You have to pay for the episodes…… if they are not prime eligible titles. if they are streaming with Amazon prime, They’re free with paid prime membershipsAmazon prime also streams eBooks for kindle devices. Like Prime instant video, The they have Ebooks that stream and eBooks that do not. It all depends what’s a licensed prime title and what isn’tAmazon prime can be shared with 4 people.. However those 4 people are only entitled to the free shipping benefits. The streaming video and streaming books are only available to the person paying for amazon prime.How I Met Your Mother season 1 is streaming on Amazon prime. So therefore, with a prime membership, you will not have to pay for the episodes
how to borrow on kindle fire.
I just got my kindle today and borrowed run like hell and read 50% . I just noticed the it was for prime. And says monthly limit reached in gray and still gives me the option to buy for 2.99$ what is prime? How do I return it? Did I cost or buy or am I charged? Please help? Thank you so so much
Every brand new Kindle Fire comes with a free month of Amazon Prime. Amazon Prime allows you to borrow one book for free every month, so this was free as long as you clicked on the borrow button and not on the buy button. The book should jut disappear from your Kindle when the loan is up.Amazon Prime also allows you to stream unlimited movies, videos, and TV shows from the Amazon library for free, get free shipping on items from Amazon, get extra free books, as well as better deals on books. Amazon Prime is available for $79 a year.You can borrow books from most public libraries for your Kindle. Just go in and ask if you local library offers this free service.
Kindle fire: wtf is amazon prime.. :(.
So I have a one month free thing of amazon prime on my kindle and according to my kindle, it expires the 25th. I’m not sure what this amazon prime is or what it does. How does this affect buying books. Some show up as free with prime. Is it like borrowing a book? Will I have to pay? I’m afraid I’m just…
you missed out on streaming thousands of movies and tv shows for free, that is part of amazon prime. also, when you buy anything from amazon, you get free 2 day shipping
Amazon prime, how many free Kindle e books can I download.
and once my month free membership is over do I still get to keep the books I had prior? How much does it cost to join prime? Thanks to all who answer =) Oh how about when I send the sample then buy the book, how do I delete the sample one so I have only that one I bought?
Hey Justanotheryahooligan, Amazon prime is worthless – for $79/year you get 13,000 movies and 10,000 books included while Netflix has millions of movies for $8/month and B&N ebook store has millions of books (and over 2.5 million free ones). Also it’s worth mentioning that if you walk in with any Nook to Barnes & Noble store, you’ll get tech support and you’re allowed to read ANY available eBook for free while in the store via free provided in the store Wi-Fi. According to over 1450 people that left 1-2 star reviews on Amazon site for Kindle Fire it is not worth it. Dropping all 5-start reviews (from Amazon employees) and reading middle ground 3-start reviews you understand that it is a deeply flawed device. It is confirmed at this time that many Kindle Fire units have faulty Wi-Fi and people have a lot of issues connecting to internet according to many user reviews. Other issues are that it runs hot to touch, video playback is jerky, touch screen is not responsive and it takes 2-3 touches to register, power button placement is very poor and is prone to accidental power off, all the hype of Silk browser is a fake where the browsing is actually slower than on other Android tablets, etc.Take a look at recently released Nook Tablet (that is Nook Color 2) – it’s been getting rave reviews and it is the best device in it’s class – much better than Kindle Fire. It’s got Netflix, Hulu, Pandora, Angry Brids, etc., the best battery life (30% better than Fire), the best non-glare laminated screen (vs. very reflective non-laminated Fire screen), double the RAM and space for apps/photos/movies, microSD slot, a microphone for Skype, and physical volume controls on the side (neither of those is on Kindle Fire), very smooth video playback with excellent screen, and very fast apps load.
How do i get free kindle books.
im think about getting a Kindle for my birthday and i was wondering where can i go to get kindle book downloads for free…because most of the classics on amazon are boring (that probably y there free) and i dont want to read them…I mostly like to read books from african american authors but i dont want to pay…
there are some authors who have given books to gutenberg.org like Corey Doctorow http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/author/3… some authors in public domain are very good like H Beam Piper although I am not sure which are African American.you likely can get most books by using your local library and overdrive http://www.overdrive.com/I put links to websites that often have free ebooks many of them only temporarily and watch out because some people confuse get free and can borrow with prime
How to get the free kindle books for prime.
I have a kindle and amazon prime, and on a book I want to get it says ‘borrow for free with amazon prime’, but there is no options under the buying place for the free option, just the paid un-prime option. How do I get the book? thanks!
Are you logged in? If so , click on the book title. There should be options on the right to buy it.