DOWN 34 PLACES IN 2022
Kindle ebooks (from Amazon) can be read on a Kindle device or using the Kindle app for the desktop and smart devices
Cost: Free reader app
Availability: Download app
Rankings in the previous surveys:
|2021: 41||2020: 61||2019: 71||2018: 64||2017: 67||2016: 79||2015: 65||2014: 35|
|2013: 78||2012: 70||2011: 82||2010: –||2009: –||2008: –||2007: –|
Comments on Kindle Reader
“I manage my bookshelf through reads, laters, and readings, and I use highlights for upcoming book annotated readings I share in blog posts.” Rotana Ty, Learning & Community Analyst, France, 2022
“Managing my bookshelf through previous reads, read laters, readings. Using highlights for annotated readings I share in blog posts. Managing my library per theme.” Rotana Ty, Learning Catalyst, France, 2021
“The Kindle app, used on my Ipad, has been a great way to organize and keep a huge collection of books and it just keeps getting better, with things like copy and paste, highlighting and different kinds of study aids.” Aaron Johannes, Instructor / Consultant / Researcher, Canada, 2020
“Curiosity on-demand. So much better than waiting for the book in the mail.” David Verhaag, Company founder, USA, 2020
“It-s so easy to have access to books from different countries using kindle… sometimes I see an author or a book that someone recommends in a social media and immediately I can download a sample on my kindle and decide if it is worth to read the whole book” Nira, Learning Consultant, Brazil, 2020
“90% the books I bought last 5 years are there. Notes and using different colors for highlight the text help me organizing my knowledge.” Conrado Schlochauer, Consultant/Speaker/Researcher, Brazil, 2020
“For learning new stuff. Crazy, right?” JD, LearnGeek, Canada, 2020
Quick Guide to Kindle
Here you will find some basic guidance and links to resources on how to use the Kindle App for teaching, training, learning and development.
Having a Kindle reader is a useful way to read e-books. However, you don’t need to buy a Kindle e-reader device, as the Kindle App provides a way to read ebooks on your desktop (Windows or Mac), tablet or smartphone.
While reading, you can
- change the color, font, text size, line spacing, and other attributes
- mark up and annotate text passages
- create flashcards from your study notes
- use an X-ray feature to get more details on characters and other elements
- get the definition of a word by highlighting it – a dictionary or Wikipedia entry pops up to describe it.
The Kindle app can handle books downloaded from Amazon as well as anything from your library via Libby.
- How to Use the Kindle App for PC, Lifewire, 7 October 2019
- The ultimate guide to using Kindle app for iPad and iPhone, Ebook Friendly, 7 March 2019
- The complete guide to using the Kindle app to read eBooks in Windows 10, Digital Citizen, 31 March 2017
- Why Buy A Kindle When You Can Use The Kindle App For Android? MakeUseOf, 5 October 2012
- How to Use the Amazon Kindle App on Your Android Tablet, Dummies
Last updated: August 27, 2022 at 17:30 pm