Amazon makes it easy to download your own books on Kindle

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Amazon is… a company that could have A little better from ethical track write down. As of press time, Staten Island warehouse workers are fighting for better attitude towards work voted for another historic union elections. But hey, these guys in Seattle make a pretty good e-book.

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However, since it’s Amazon, Kindles makes it harder to download eBooks that you didn’t buy from them. Amazon eBooks use the AZW3 proprietary file type, while basically everyone else in the world uses EPUB. So, if you want to use a Kindle (they’re affordable and good, okay), but don’t want to give Amazon any extra money after that purchase, you’ll have to buy an e-reader, convert it to AZW3. file (thank you) Caliber) and then email it to a specific address associated with your Kindle device. Only after all this will you be able to read your more ethically-purchased book on your grudgingly-purchased-from-Amazon Kindle.

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Finally, inend of 2022we won’t have to take as many steps to just read a few damn books, according to an update on Amazon’s help and customer service page. With this impending change, we’ll enjoy the luxury of simply emailing ourselves EPUB files that Amazon will convert into a Kindle-compatible file. The technology is amazing.

Amazon also plans to end support for the MOBI file format left over from its 2005 acquisition. Mobipoket. Mobipocket technology helped Amazon release the first Kindle two years later, which retailed at a price terrifying $399 By comparison, in 2006 you could buy a Nintendo Wii for $250. It must have been a different time.


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