Kindle e-readers have been in the market for at least half a decade. Started with the Java platform, Kindle e-readers further grew to Android based operating system called Fire OS. Fire OS was available for tablet type devices called fire tablets. E-readers have a fair distinction from fire based devices. Www Kindle Com Support supports both of them from the ground up. But it does not matter now which device you use since Kindle app is available for all the devices. We will discuss how to get free books for Kindle in this article.
How free content can be loaded in Kindle devices:
Kindle devices can download e-books from Amazon Kindle store. The books there are usually priced at an affordable rate and many of them are almost free. But even the free e -books cannot be backed up on the computers because of copyright issues. Hence, they are stored on Amazon cloud service from where only paying users can re-download the book. Users can also Manage Kindle Devices and can read on multiple devices depending upon subscription type they have chosen. However, there is also some of the copyright free content which can be copied to multiple devices.
For instance, there are a lot of resources from where we can download copyright free content and can side load them to our devices. Not even Amazon Kindle Login is required to do that functionality. Hence it is safe to assume that Amazon Kindle devices are free of any copyright infringement but at the same time support free content. Various types of free content which can be loaded on Kindle devices is e-books, newspapers, magazines and another kind of content which we can get from RSS feeds of the website. The side loading can be done via the internet as well as by using a computer.
How to get free ebooks from the library card
Yes, it is true. Your library card can act as a key to add free books to your Kindle device. Kindle device book addition requires your device to be updated. So, check if your Amazon Kindle Update is not pending. Libraries have grown digital. Digitized libraries have a lot of books which are on their cloud services. Users can read those books from their cloud by using their credentials. Sure, users used to download illegal books earlier and then used to side load using a Personal computer but with libraries digitized, things have changed.
Copyright infringement is not the case anymore. The books which these library cards can get you have an expiry of around number of days your library allows. Hence though the delivery mechanism has changed, the rules are the same. First of all, check if you are using one account per device via Manage My Kindle Account settings. If it is confirmed, move to the next step.
Now that we know that a single device is running a single account, we need to visit our library cloud. For those Kindle devices which support a browser, users can visit the cloud of their library. To know which devices support browser visit Kindle Help. For those Kindle devices which do not support browsing, visit cloud services of your library on your PC. Then enter the credentials on your library card to get a login.
Once the login has been done, users can now select any e-book, click on rent and then click on send to Kindle. Users can then enter Amazon account details which are used on the Kindle device and press Enter. The e-book will be delivered to the Kindle device via Amazon cloud services and you can read it till expiry date.