How To Share Books On Kindle

Can I send books I downloaded on my Kindle to a family member in Guatemala who has a Kindle. If so, how.

There was a similar question online but it’s been a few years ago. I wondered if the information has changed and may also be different because of it including a different country.

Hello,I understand your concern for sharing kindle books with other. I’ll help you.I want to inform you that some Kindle books can be loaned to another reader for a period of 14 days. Titles eligible for lending will have a message on the product detail page: “Lending: Enabled.” Books can only be loaned once, and periodicals and other content aren’t available for lending.If lending is available for the book, you can send it from Manage Your Kindle (www.amazon.com/manageyourkindle) by locating the book in your library and clicking the “Loan this title” link from the actions menu or from the book’s product detail page on Amazon.com. Enter the borrower’s name, the e-mail address associated to his/her Amazon.com account, and an optional notification message.An e-mail notification will be sent to the recipient. The borrower has seven days to accept the Kindle book loan. After accepting the loan, the borrower has 14 days to read the book on their Kindle or using a free Kindle reading application.For more detailed instructions please see our Help page:http://www.amazon.com/help/kindle-lendin…

Can you lend books with a Kindle.

A friend and I both will own Kindles for Christmas. Are we able to share books? How?

Yes, to a degree. The publisher has to allow the feature to be used. If the publisher allows it, when you go to the Kindle Store and look at the book (after you own it), there will be a button at the topt that says Loan This Title. Enter your friend’s email address and she’ll get a notification. The book can only be loaned for 2 weeks, though. You can also check the details section of the book on Amazon to see if lending is enabled.

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How do u share books from a kindle to a iPad.

First, ignore the spammers above me. Not only is the software they’re pimping illegal, it’s a known scam.If you’re talking about accessing your own Kindle books from an iPad, just install the Kindle Reader app on the iPad. It’s free. Register it using the same Amazon account and you’ll be able to access all of your purchases and download them.If you’re talking about loaning ebooks to an iPad user, the recipient has to install the Kindle Reader app. You need to log in to your Amazon account and go to Manage Your Kindle. This will take you to a page with all of your purchases. Next to each is an Action button which is a drop down menu. Select the book you want to loan, go to Action and select Loan This Ebook. Type in the recipient’s email address and follow the prompts. They’ll receive email with a link they can use to access it.

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Kindle books with other Kindle owners? I added a friends kindle address, but can’t find how to share the book she wants.

Eligible Kindle books can be loaned once for a period of 14 days. The borrower does not need to own a Kindle — Kindle books can also be read using our free Kindle reading applications for PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone, BlackBerry, and Android devices. Not all books are lendable — it is up to the publisher or rights holder to determine which titles are eligible for lending. The lender will not be able to read the book during the loan period.You can initiate a loan from Manage Your Kindle or the book’s product detail page on Amazon.com. You’ll enter the borrower’s name and e-mail address and an optional notification message. Your recipient can receive the book loan even if they do not yet have a Kindle or Kindle reading application.From Manage Your Kindle:Manage Your Kindle lists all of your Kindle content purchases under the Your Orders section.Click the “+” symbol next to a title to reveal all information and options. If lending is enabled, you’ll see a Loan this book button next to the product image.Click the Loan this book button.You’ll be directed to a form where you’ll provide the borrower’s name, their personal e-mail address and an optional message.Note: Be sure to send your Kindle book loan notification to your borrower’s personal e-mail address, not their Kindle.com e-mail address.From the product detail page of a book you have already purchased:When logged in to your Amazon account and looking at the product detail page of a book you have already purchased, a notification at the top of the page will indicate that you already own the title. If lending for the book is enabled, you’ll see a second notice: “Loan this book to anyone you choose.”Click the Loan this book link.You’ll be directed to a form where you’ll provide the borrower’s name, e-mail address and an optional message (as shown above).Your loan recipient will be notified of the loan through the e-mail address you provide. The borrower has seven days to accept the loan.If the loan is not accepted after seven days, the book will become available again through your Archived Items. You can also attempt to loan the book again at that time.If the borrower already owns the title, or the title is not available in the borrower’s country due to copyright restrictions, the borrower will not be able to accept the loan. In these cases the lender will be able to read and loan the book again after the seven day period has ended.

How do we share books in Kindle. suggest me any tips.

You can share books on different Kindles if they are registered on the same amazon account. If they are on the same account, all the books that can be shared are in the Archived Items on the home page. If they are not registered on the same account, you can switch the registration and download the books on the Kindle and then switch back to your own account.

HELPP PLEASE WITH MY KINDLE…. How do you share.

How do you share books from the kindle paper white to the kindle fire?! Help ASAP!!!

If you’re talking about books you’ve purchased and want to read on both devices, just register the Fire to the same account and you’ll be able to download all previous purchases. If you’re talking about reading a book purchased by someone else, they’d have to loan it to you. That means going to Amazon and then Manage Your Kindle. From there you’ll find a list of books and various actions. One action is to loan the book.

How do you share books on a kindle if your on the same account.

My parents got me and my brother a kindle for Christmas but wont let us get any books until we figure out how to share between them because they dont want to pay for a book more than once. Can you help me out!?

I’ve got 2 ideas for you.1. Register 2 Kindles to the same account. I think Amazon allows that, and they do allow multiple copies of the same book to be shared on different devices under the same account, like a Kindle and a PC.2. Download the newly purchased books to your computer. Then use the USB cable to drag and drop those books to each Kindle.

(answer ASAP please)How to share kindle books on Droid Razr.

I’ve tried researching it and it’s just ticking me off. My dad wants my mother and to share his kindle account for our droid razrs(all of us using the kindle app) but we can’t figure it out. I’m the only one doing research cause he’s working al day and my mom isn’t worried about the kindle…

Share ’em via connecting to the Internet or syncing to another device…Good luck!

How do you share books on Kindle and Nook.

I want to get a nook or kindle but I don’t want to spend alot of money on books so how does this sharing work???? If someone lendsme a book is it added to my library? does it leave theirs? HELP!!!

Kindle has a lending function now but I haven’t messed with it. My wife and I both have kindles, but only one account That means we can read any books we buy on both kindles. I know people who have a kindle and kid in college a thousand miles away; they share an account, and therefore can share books.And keep in mind, there are literally thousands of free books, and loads and loads of 99 cent and $3.00 books. Best sellers are what cost a lot.

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