Kindle is the brand name of a range of e-readers and tablets (called Kindle Fire) produced by Amazon. Typically books bought as a Kindle Edition will be downloaded directed to a Kindle device attached to your Amazon account.
If you want to read Kindle Edition books on a Samsung tablet or desktop PC then you'll need to download the Kindle app for your device....
If you try long-pressing on any books that you have on your device, it will allow you to add it to a collection, but this warning pops up, saying this will not sync the item to cloud.
KindleSend automatically downloads RSS feeds, creates an ebook, and sends it to your Kindle on a scheduled basis. They include scheduled syncing at 1am (GMT), but if you want to specify the exact time or send more than 12 different RSS feeds then you need to pay $20 per year.
If I change the account, will I lose all of them
Yes, you'll retain only those books/magazines in your account
I transferred everything to my Calibre application on my computer, but I'm not sure if they'll still remain there after the change.
I believe Kindle books are DRM-protected, so Calibre might have the books but may not be able to open them(...
I just did some research as a fellow Prime member, and it appears that you are referring to the Kindle First program, as the only other Prime-related eBook service is the Kindle Lending Library, which is only available to actual Kindle owners.
Kindle First allows you to purchase (indefinitely add to your Kindle library) for free one eBook per month.
To view ...
To get the report:
Direct to the report generating tool, enter dates, wait, download: https://www.amazon.com/gp/b2b/reports
Getting the results into a google sheet:
Go into google drive and hit new and select upload, when you open a csv in drive there is abutton to open it with google ...
If a matter of storage space on some local device, the following from sharechair (dated January 21, 2013) may be of interest:
removing the books from your Kindle or Kindle App does not ‘delete’ them from your life. It only takes the book off of the device .. but it leaves it in the Cloud, so that you can put it back on your device whenever you choose.
Please note: The answer was written for the previous Amazon web interface. I don't know if it still works.
It's tricky. Enable development tools of your browser, usually accessible with Ctrl+Alt+I or Cmd+Alt+I, and go to "Console" tab. Modify the following script to fit your needs (see below), paste into that large field in Console tab and execute it by ...
To clarify and expand on Andrew's answer:
Manage content through amazon.com/myk where you can view items and organize into collections.
Use read.amazon.com to read material from a browser.
Or, use the kindle app on phone or tablet to both manage and read content.
It's not quite, but almost, a 1:1 relationship between an e-ink kindle device and the cloud. ...
First, go here (http://amazon.com/myk).
Then, sign in and find the tab that says: Manage your devices.
If and only if you can not see a 'device' showing the Kindle cloud reader logo, then contact Amazon.com support. If you can see it, take note of the name. This commonly happens to me, where I forget what it is named.
If you see it there, take note of ...
Use Instapaper to send a compilation of your unread articles to your kindle
Use Feedly to organize your feeds.
Then use IFTTT to send new posts in any given feedly category to Instapaper.
You can send up to ten articles at a time whenever you want nicely compiled in one document. Or you can set a time to send up to ten articles automatically each day. ...
Readability and Instapaper are free web services. At first you should make accounts in IFTTT, Readability and Instapaper (all free). So, you should make your recipe in IFTTT with reference recipe which you can find in 'browse' menu.
No, a Kindle can only be associated with a single Amazon account. What you can do is download ebooks bought from your wife's account, then use the Calibre (free) application with the DeDRM plugin and remove the DRM from the book you bought with that account so you can install it on you Kindle (connected to your account), but it's not as convenient as having ...
I don't use an iPad so I can't be sure, but if I haven't ticked the 'archive document in your kindle library' then the document doesn't get sent to the cloud.
So the only copy you need to delete is the one on your iPad.
Login to your Instapaper account from your Kindle browser.
Append the following string before the url of the article you wish to save.
The 'https://' part is required.
You can also use a shortner like tiny.cc which accepts arguments in url to further reduce your typing.
From the Instapaper page that opens next, click ...