For over three years now, Amazon has offered Kindle users free cloud storage for their ebooks. This Kindle Cloud supports many of the same reading features that you get with ebooks bought from Amazon, including highlights, notes, bookmarks, dictionary lookup, and syncing your reading position across all of Amazon's Kindle apps and ereaders. The hard way is much more useful and works from any email account, but the easy way works just as well and is less hassle. The easy way to send ebooks and documents to your Kindle Cloud is to install an app called Send2Kindle.
For the PC app, simply select the file you wish to send (in Windows explorer, for example), right click on it, and choose the Send2Kindle option.
Scroll down the page until you see the section labeled "Approved Personal Document E-mail List". Amazon wants you to tell them all the email addresses which are authorized to send content to your account. One you've done that, scroll up that manage your Kindle page and find the section titled "Send-to-Kindle E-Mail Settings". This is where you'll find the specific email addresses for each of the Kindle apps and hardware. The PDF files will be sent without alteration, but all the rest will be converted to Kindle format.
One of the features I like the most is that way that Amazon will add your ebooks to your Kindle account.
Just as an FYI, not all Kindle apps have email addresses nor can you send documents to them from MYC&D. I’m not sure that malware vulnerabilities explains why the Android app has this but the PC app does not. Is there a way to get e-mailed books to show up as books on my kindle instead of documents? If I copy them via USB my MOBI files show up as Books and I can use vocabulary builder, which I like a lot, but whenever I send the same files via e-mail they show up as personal documents and the vocabulary builder doesn’t work. All these articles are also added to your library, so it pays to log on to amazon from time to time and clean it up a bit.
Margaret: DRM will be a problem, you can mail Kindle ebooks without DRM to Russia, but the DRM which are on a lot of bought ebooks will prevent them working. Stripping DRM will probably be the easiest way if you want to buy the books, but that may be illegal, depending on where you live, sending them to another person to read is certainly illegal. If you want to load ebooks to the device directly, the simplest method is to do so over USB.
Can you please help me with advice – I sent through email some pdf personal documents on my Kindle. Please Donate or SubscribeThis blog is largely funded by advertising and affiliate fees, but donations will always be gratefully accepted. The Kindle 4 is Amazon's latest ebook reader, along with the Kindle Touch and Kindle Fire Tablet.
Given the combination of features and price, there's no question the Kindle 4 is the best budget ebook reader on the market. Some folks will probably complain about the page buttons because they are really slim and close to the edge, but I actually like them and find that they are easier to use than the buttons on the Kindle 3. Since the Kindle 4 lacks a physical keyboard, you use the keyboard button to bring up or close an on-screen keyboard that uses the 5-way controller to move between letters. Aside from subtle changes to accommodate for the lack of a physical keyboard, the Kindle 4's software is pretty much exactly the same as the Kindle 3's.
Some other features include sharing highlights and notes on Facebook and Twitter, adding bookmarks, viewing popular highlights, navigate by using the table of contents or by entering a specific page number or location, search within a book, on Wikipedia, and Google. One unique feature with Kindles is that you can send ebooks and documents over Wi-Fi to be delivered to the Kindle.
The Kindle 4 connects over Wi-Fi to Amazon's ebook store for access to over 1 million titles, plus hundreds of periodicals that get automatically delivered.

One big misconception is that Kindles only work with ebooks from Amazon, but that's not true. In addition to Amazon's AZW format, the Kindle 4 supports DRM-free MOBI, PRC, PDF, and TXT formats natively.
In addition to ereading, there are some games and utility apps available for the Kindle 4, although not as many as the Kindles with keyboards. The Kindle 4 was never designed to be a PDF reader but it has enough features to make it suitable for the task. The Kindle 4 doesn't have PDF reflow by default, but Amazon will reflow PDFs by converting it to their AZW format, which is free.
The web browser is accessible from the homescreen by hitting menu then selecting Experimental. The web browser has five levels of zoom just like PDFs: fit-to-width, 150%, 200%, 300%, and actual size.
You navigate the screen by using the page buttons to scroll up and down and the nav controller to move a cursor on the screen to select links and to scroll left and right when zoomed in.
There's a version for Windows, OSX, and Android, and once it is installed and configured it is dead simply to use. This should also show up as a print option when viewing a file in MSWord, Adobe Reader, etc.
This is the section where you will need to list all of the email addresses which you will be using to send content to the Kindle Cloud. Make a note of which ones you use the most, and add the email addresses to the address book in your email account. All you have to do is choose one of the email addresses you just added to your address book and send an email to it with the ebook attached. Also, the Kindle format ebooks will be mangled when you email them, so don't be surprised if your pretty ebooks come out looking ugly. I’m sure it would be a trivial task for Amazon to enable epub support for their personal document service. It works well with most online newspapers, fails miserably with wikipedia articles, though. I have bought her actual books and not only was it hard to get it shipped to Russia, it was very expensive. Would you know if it would be possible for me to purchase the books and then email them to her?
Someone mentioned that she could open an Amazon account and add books to her wish list and then I could buy them for her as a gift.
This is great for uploading documents so the document doesn’t look different than other ebooks. It's main competitor is its sibling, the Kindle Touch, which is a better value overall because of the added features and the fact it only costs $20 more. They are perfectly placed so that your thumb sits on the page-forward button comfortably when holding in either hand.
It's actually pretty fast and easy to use, but you definitely don't want to get the Kindle 4 if you plan on writing a lot of notes or running extensive searches. The Kindle 4 adds a few new features like landscape mode on the homescreen and web browser, partial page refresh, and a few other improvements, but for the most part it is the same. The Kindle 4 uses the same high-contrast E Ink screen designed for minimal eye strain and outdoor reading that the Kindle 3 uses. Placing the cursor next to a word automatically brings up a small window with the definition from the dictionary. Notes and highlights get synced over Whispernet with other Kindle apps and ereaders and get saved to a text file for easy reference and exportation. Personal documents and ebooks sent get archived in Amazon's cloud for easy retrieval and Whispernet sync.
Amazon will also convert the following formats to AZW for free: PDF (reflows), HTML, DOC, DOCX, JPEG, GIF, PNG, and BMP.

Holding down the keyboard button while scrolling moves the box slower so that you can fine tune alignment with the text. It is a basic web browser but is functional for reading RSS feeds with Google Reader, checking email, news, Wikipedia, etc.
You can switch the screen to landscape mode, add bookmarks, enter urls, and there is an Article Mode feature that formats the content of an article into an easy-to-read layout. Overall the Kindle 4's web browser is pretty decent as far as E Ink ebook readers go, but unfortunately the Kindle’s web browser still does not open links that open new windows. Any compatible file which you drag to that window and release will be sent to your Kindle Cloud. I don’t want her to have to pay any extra money to download the books that I will have already paid for.
It runs advertisements and coupon deals on the screensavers and on a banner at the bottom of the homescreen.
But if you don't want a touchscreen and don't care about audio support, then the Kindle 4 is a really good option at $79. Add that into the equation and suddenly the price is a lot closer to that of its competitors. The earlier Kindles are more awkward with the keyboard and are less attractive with the lightly textured plastic bodies. One good thing when searching the Kindle Store is that it gives suggestions after you type a couple of letters. Previous Kindle owners that have come accustomed to using text-to-speech or listening to audiobooks will be disappointed with the Kindle 4 because it does not support audio at all (Amazon could've at least given it a headphone jack).
You can create collections to organize your content, and sort by most recent, title, and author. Pressing the center button then brings up options to access the full dictionary, to highlight, and add notes. Check the Kindle Format Conversion Guide for the directions, and for info on how to convert EPUB and other formats too. When you turn a page, the zoom remains and resets to the upper left corner of the document. The file(s) are limited to 50 MB but you may send up to 25 e-books at a time…as long as it is not more than 50 MB total.
What if someone gets around the restriction and manages to send malware to the computer app? Then it cost me 29 dollars to resend it to her, not to mention how long it takes to get to her and also hoping it will eventually get there.
Dean on How to Embed an eBook on a WebsiteHi, i'm using wordpress, how i can make this work? The non-ad version of the Kindle 4 sells for $109 and ships internationally to 170+ countries. The Kindle 4 is comfortable to hold from the bottom too, but presently the 5-way nav skips chapters instead. One difference with PDFs is that partial page refresh doesn't work; it refreshes the entire page every time. As soon as you turn on the app, the malware silently downloads, and your computer is compromised.
Would there be an issue with her using her own email as it wont be the one registered to her? All are worth checking into if you want a touchscreen and a different set of features, but if you want to go the truly budget route the Kindle 4 is a good choice. There is a checkbox on the PC app and an optional setting for default archiving (located immediately after the list of device email addresses on MYC&D).

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