They’re easy to use, but to get the most out of your Kindle, there are some features you may not know about.
One of the advantages of using an eReader over a physical book is you can customize the size and look of the text.
Just swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the “Dark Mode” icon.
The option can be found in the “Home & Library” section of the “Device Options” settings.
You can organize them into “Collections,” which is sort of like having folders for your books.
You can switch to horizontal “Landscape Mode” as well.
Kindle’s “Popular Highlights” feature underlines text in ebooks when more than ten people have highlighted the passage
The passcode feature is an easy way to add a layer of security between the outside world and your library.
EPUB is a common format you’ll find outside of the store, and it can be transferred to a Kindle.
You can get free eBooks from your local library right on your Kindle, and all you need is a library card.
Kindle devices have a couple handy ways to easily clear out some extra room.