Amazon Kindle App Reviews

Amazon Kindle [Book] App Description & Overview

What is amazon kindle app? READ ANYTIME, ANYWHERE
On the bus, on your break, in your bed—never be without a book. Kindle books you have purchased on Amazon will automatically appear in your app. Kindle Unlimited and Amazon Prime members can select and download Kindle books directly in the app.

• Read the books you buy on Amazon in the Kindle app. Choose from over six million Kindle books (including those with Audible narration), magazines, and comics and start reading in seconds. Explore Amazon Charts best sellers and titles across genres like romance, science fiction, children’s books, self-help, religion, nonfiction, and more—and try any book with a free sample straight from the Kindle app.

• Kindle Unlimited members can enjoy unlimited reading and listening, with the freedom to explore over 1 million titles, thousands of audiobooks, and current magazines.

• Over 1,000 books, magazines, comics, and more included with Amazon Prime.

• Kindle Vella brings you stories released one short episode at a time. The first three episodes of every story are always free--after that, purchase Tokens and redeem them to unlock episodes. Tokens may only be used to unlock Kindle Vella story episodes and are available for In-App purchase. Kindle Vella and In-App purchase of Tokens are currently only available in the US.

Turn your iPhone or iPad into a book with the free Kindle app—so you can read anytime, anywhere. Explore these reading features in the Kindle app:

• Read your way. Customize your text size, font type, margins, text alignment, and orientation (portrait or landscape)—and choose whether to turn pages from left to right or continuously scroll. Read comfortably day and night with adjustable brightness and background colors. Go to the Aa menu in your book to get started.

• Look up words, people, and places while you read. Breeze through words you don’t know and characters you can’t remember with the built-in dictionary, X-Ray, Wikipedia lookup, instant translations, and search within your book. Simply tap and hold a word to view its definition, or use the Google and Wikipedia links to get more information.

• Track your reading progress. See what percent of the book you’ve read, real page numbers (for most top titles), and how much time you have left in the chapter or book based on your actual reading speed.

• Bookmark places you want to revisit, and make highlights and take notes throughout your book. Open My Notebook to see all your notes in the same place.

• Hop, skim, and jump with Page Flip. Flip between pages or get a bird’s-eye view of your book with Page Flip—don’t worry, we’ll save your place.

• Zoom in on high-definition color images in Kindle books, magazines, comics, and manga.

• Sync your books across devices. When you’re reading a book, the Kindle app will automatically sync where you left off—along with any bookmarks, highlights, or notes—so you can start reading on one device and pick up where you left off on another.

• When you can’t read, listen. Switch seamlessly from reading your Kindle book to listening to the Audible book, all within the Kindle app.

• Get notified when authors you love have new releases.

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Amazon Kindle Customer Service, Editor Notes:

Amazon Kindle Version 6.6125 June 2022

Several experience improvements and bug fixes..

Amazon Kindle Version 6.56.125 April 2022

Several experience improvements and bug fixes..

Amazon Kindle Version 6.5111 February 2022

Several experience improvements and bug fixes..

Amazon Kindle Comments & Reviews 2022

- Enhancement suggestions

I really like the kindle app and am an avid reader. With that said there a number of enhancements that I would like to see. I have had 4 different kindles (keyboard, touch, paper white, and oasis) and an early Sony E reader. I read primarily on my iPad. Although the dictionary and highlighting are occasionally helpful. It would be nice to have a user setting to turn this off so I don’t constantly have this show up because my hand slips when holding my tablet. I still think you need a better collection hierarchy. I have 3000+ books in my library and it would be nice to organize by author or genre and then have one or more specific levels. Some authors write romance, mystery, and paranormal. This should not be too hard with the database capabilities available. It would also be nice if there was an easier way to add multiple books to a collection. A setting to automatically remove a downloaded book after completion would also be helpful. Just a few ideas. I have a current big investment in kindle but if somebody else has a good library organization capability I might move on since this is really holding things back. With hard copy books I can organize my shelves how I want, electronic organization should be even easier.

- Highlighting

I have been a kindle app user for many years. There have been improvements to the app that have kept me as a loyal user. Here’s one request I have (and I know it’s an atypical request and it may not ever be fixed but it’s worth asking): I browse titles, download samples, read samples, and naturally highlight and make notes as I read, whether the book is a sample or owned by me; if I like a book and want to read the full book, then I proceed to purchase it; the problem for me (and maybe no one else?) is when I purchase a book, my notes and highlights get deleted because the sample book is removed from my library and replaced with a full copy; but how can I transfer the highlights and notes? Is there a way, and if not, then can I keep the sample as well? The only workaround I can think of is to copy and paste to a document or to screen capture my notes and highlights to transfer to maintain a copy of them. These are tedious workarounds, and would love a solution. Yes, someone might ask, But why are you highlighting and making notes on a sample book? To which my response is, if I’m really into a book, I tend to make notes and highlights which means I will in turn want a full copy, which means I’m losing out on my notes and the moment I had going with the sample copy. This isn’t a high priority request, but would love an alternate workaround or solution. Thanks!

- Been using since Kindle began no problems

I am a long term user of kindle. It was the first truly successful e reader. I had searched for and tried other systems. Electronic publishing seemed inevitable and an excellent use of resources. I had a library full of books and was often on waiting lists at the public library. Our family fought over special books and were always losing them. When I found out one book could be read simultaneously by several family members I was hooked. We bought the special kindle readers for all four of us and then added the apps for phones tablets and computers. I have never had a problem managing my library with both free and purchased content. Kudos. Just hope the authors are getting a fair share. Editing at publishing houses is still important but publishers costs should be very much lower with no printing, no paper, no delivery costs. All ads are media driven. Lower production costs should mean lower prices without penalizing the author, maybe even increasing the payments. In summary, the kindle system has been efficient and bug free for me ever since it began. I still use kindles to read outdoors, and love always having my library with my phone when I am stuck somewhere and need to wait.

- eReader developers

As time passes, there will be increasing demand from users for the full implementation of HTML5, CSS3, and ePub3 in reflowable-text eReaders. The features that users could be experiencing as they read include video, audio, JavaScript, background images, embedded fonts, and much more. The current requirement that eBooks with embedded media use the fixed-layout format is inappropriate when text-based eBooks have media designed to flow along with the text. That requirement can result in many consecutive pages of fixed-layout text that can’t be resized. Fixed-layout is for magazine-type eBooks. The current implementation of reflowable text is for text-only eBooks, like traditional novels. There should be a third option available that utilizes all the features of ePub3. Currently, the display of media in reflowable-text eReaders is very haphazard, with images or videos halfway off the page or not displayed at all. Scripts in JavaScript are ignored or appear as text in the body text. If a user pays extra for a multimedia eBook, they would like to experience the media they paid for. Please provide users and designers a third option, multimedia-text, in addition to reflowable-text and fixed-layout. Thinking that reflowable-text eBooks don’t need video or audio is like Norma Desmond saying she’d had the eyes of the world but they wanted their ears too. Was she right? Movies don’t need soundtracks? Please allow eReaders to continue evolving.

- My Favorite Reading App

I love the Kindle app. I am an avid reader, and have three reading apps. I have iBooks and the Barnes and Noble app called Nook along with Kindle. Of the three apps, I find I like the Kindle app the best because it is the most intuitive. It is the easiest to annotate i.e., highlighting, entering notations (which I frequently do when I look up the definition of a word I’m unfamiliar with), and determining where you are in the book or how much more time it will take to finish a chapter. The new feature of zooming out and flipping through pages is really helpful too as well as the ability to tap the icon that will return you to your previous location. The three things I would consider improving are: 1) when I’m reading with the screen brightness turned down because I’m reading in the dark, when I look up a definition of a word, the print is so small and dim that I can’t see it. I then have to get out of the definition, increase the brightness, and go back and highlight the word and look up the definition again; 2) sometimes the dictionary isn’t available and when I am told to download it, it won’t download, and 3) I really wish it had more colors available for highlighting the text.

- Never thought I’d enjoy reading a Kindle—how little I know myself.

As I grow older, I find my sleeping habits changing. I often wake up around 2:00am and simply take out my Kindle reading myself back to sleep. I could not do this we’re it a book. One would have to use a light which would disturb my husband’s sleep. As I wear glasses I’d be uncomfortable with one of those neck/head lights one can buy and possibly never fall asleep again. Now the best part of the Kindle is when reading any vocabulary one is not familiar with one can tap on it and a definition supplied there and then. If not enough one can simply go online and find the meaning, see the item and thus enrich one’s own vocabulary and knowledge base. The other aspect of Kindle I love is the number of books one can carry, almost weightlessly when traveling. If I feel like reading something serious, I can. Should I become bored I can immediately find something else. No need to try and find an English bookstore in say Romania simply click on one’s saved library and enjoy. I have around 200 books on my Kindle thus my library is in my handbag—what could be better?No bulky, heavy book to burden me, no confinement to that book—talk about freedom.

- If only...

Your app has improved over time. That is good. But one major issue I have is the fact that, when writing notes where sections are highlighted and I have to leave the app for whatever reason, if the “SAVE” button isn’t pushed I loose ALL of the previous entry. What a terrible waste of time and effort!! Why can’t the text entry remain in place and be there right where I left off? Or, if that seems to impossible to do, why isn’t there a simple auto save? That is ultra simple logic. This issue is extremely frustrating! This seems so intuitive that it’s hard to imagine why it wasn’t addressed right from the start of note taking design, or at least why it hasn’t been dealt with yet. So basic that it just doesn’t make any sense!! UPDATED: Quite seriously?!?! While writing another note, I wanted to reference another app in order to more fully expound on a specific thought related to a passage in a book I was reading on Kindle. I switched apps for only a second. ONE SECOND! And a paragraph I had written evaporated just like that! GONE!!!!! Good grief how obnoxious!!!!! This lack of basic, intuitive feature alone deserves 2 STARS!! Fix it and boom! 5 stars!

- Voiceover issues..

I have a hard time reading visually, so for years I have been using the iPhone's Voice Over (two finger swipe down, once you turn it on in iPhone's Accessibility settings located in General), to read my my Kindle eBooks, but in the past year or so it won't advance to the next page unless you leave the screen on in your pocket, and there are so many things that seem to randomly stop the voiceover from working properly, and sometimes cut out words here and there, and other times it just stops working altogether. I wish this feature worked more seamlessly. Other than that, I also find it harder now than ever before to find my own books that I've already purchased. There used to be an easy section to see all the books you own that are on the cloud, and another section to see all the ones that have been downloaded to your device, ready to read. Now it's really confusing and I have to search for my books. Much less user friendly and it looks like it's an attempt at trying to get you to buy more books. I hope they change this and make it easier or more straight forward to just see your own books, and not force you to look at all the books you don't own yet.

- Mostly good

Definitely the best source for a wide selection of books but since kindle has taken it’s toll on most local book stores, the kindle prices have escalated proportionally. Also, as kindle expands the options available, caution must be exercised to avoid ordering something other than what your looking for, ie you want a book but you end up with audiobook or sample chapter or some other new and improved offering. Question for Kindle: why do you not list books written as a series in numerical order and why do you not list books written with the same lead character by publication date? It’s an ordeal to find the latest release of a Jack Reacher novel if you don’t know the title as it may be anywhere within the twenty or so previously released JR books. If the author of a series of six or more books is also the author of a large number of novels other than the series the books in the series might be scattered indiscriminately among all the releases. These are just inconvenient irritants but one would think they could be easily resolved. This does not prevent Kindle from being the best choice available and their customer service is second to none.

- Great perspective on living with a disability

Shane Burcaw was dealt with a tough challenge at birth. He has a form of muscular dystrophy that has confined him to a wheelchair from a young age. Instead of feeling sorry for himself and the challenges he faces he has taken a very positive outlook on the situation. In fact I’d say it’s an amazing outlook considering the difficulty he faces In doing even the most badic things. Rather than focusing on his differences he has just adapted and finds a way to Join into the typical activities of his peers. He learned early on that humor and laughter break down lots of the barriers many in wheelchairs face. He uses humor and his personality to demonstrate he’s just a typical guy with a great attitude. He is physically disabled but not mentally or socially and he wants others he meets to realize this as well. Shane is inspiring and I wish him all the best with his non profit and hope he continues to inspire and provide hope through his speaking and his blog. The book is very well written and his anecdotes will have you laughing at loud This book is a pragmatic and positive outlook on dealing with an incurable disease. It is poignant at its truths but doesn’t leave you feeling depressed but rather inspired and hopeful

- Kindle App

The Kindle app for the iPad is a good stable way to enjoy reading. I like the options for font size and screen color. I can up the font size if I can’t find my reading glasses and tone down the light if I am reading in bed at night. What I don’t like is two things. 1) When I got my iPad last Christmas I had over 400 ebooks already. When I added the app, all of my books came over and I had no way of sorting between the books I had read and the books I hadn’t. 400+ books is a lot to try and sort through to see if I have read them or not. THEN, once I locate them there isn’t a way for me to sort them or keep them separate. I would pay for the app gladly if you gave me a few more choices on sorting and storing my books! 2) I am always buying new books but purchasing them has become a nightmare. It seems like every way I try and buy a book I am not able to. I can’t seem to find the “store.” I get to where I think I can buy and the only choice I have is to download a sample. I don’t want the sample, I want to buy the book! If anyone knows what I am doing wrong or how I can fix this, I would sure appreciate some feedback!

- Still needs fixing!

I’m not sure if it was the Kindle App or an IOS Update, but around the turn of the year, either when Kindle was updated, or when the IOS System Update happened, the Accessibility option of turning Text to Speech (TtS) stopped working correctly. It would crash the TtS capability, or just stop working, or skip half a page or more, then continue. With the latest update, they seem to have fixed the crashing/quitting problem, but not the skipping half a page, or more. It will be reading along, correctly, and then skip 4 or 5 paragraphs. It is quite abrupt, and makes the TtS feature unusable, which is very disturbing to those who need that capability, and really inconvenient for those who used that feature of IOS to turn the Kindle App into the next best thing to Audible, and some books just aren’t available on Audible. Besides, it is a Safety Hazard, because you would have to keep an eye out that it hadn’t quit or skipped! But the main reason for fixing it is the commitment they have to the non-sighted community. It is a great disservice to them, from a feature that had been working fine, until the updates that happened early this year! Please return it to functionality!

- LOVE my Kindle!!! BUT...last upgrade for it changed it!

The last upgrade was again, a group of many improvements which will hopefully improve many users experience with the app. AND, I do realize that mine problem with it is going to be very minute to most. Please do bear with me. I've tried support, but they suggested I try through review. I am VERY hearing impaired! I've been this way my entire life. I've learned to adjust, but this one is a pain! At this point of life, I have HUGE problems hearing typical female voices, because they are typically in the treble range. I only hear base. I'm not the only, since this is typical for hearing loss, so there are more "baby boomers" on the way, who will also have this happening to them. So....what's the deal here, you ask?! Up until this last upgrade, the voice for "translation" of dictionary words has been male. A day doesn't go by that I don't look up at least two to five words. I LOVE learning new or odd vocabulary words, AND how they are pronounced. Now, even if I were to stand on my head, I cannot hear the voice you're using. Is there ANY help here for my problem?

- Don't like the changes

First let me say I have always loved this app I prefer using it to read my books but I don't like the recent changes to backgrounds. I'm an older reader and these changes have made it very difficult for me to use your app. I read several hours a night and used the black with white option most of the time including during the day. I cannot use this background since the change to blue lettering. I can't see the lettering. Yesterday I had to use Libby to read my book. In past I have only used Libby to read books published only in epub form. With these recent changes I'm sure I will need to use Libby more. Hope you will change this background back or at least give another option that would have the black background with white lettering. Also have found that I can't change the layers option. The color on the background I seem to be locked in doesn't stay the same the longer I read the lighter the background gets. This is not working for me any more. I have always recommended this app but probably won't until becomes more useable for me.

- Reading for Free

Well not exactly for free but almost! I joined the Kindle Unlimited several months back. Let me tell you it is worth every penny, By spending $15 a month reading your favorite books has never been easier. You are able to choose up to 10 titles at a time and after you read one of those 10 books you just exchange it for another title. How easy is that? It’s like having a library card without having to worry about those pesky late fines. And by owning an IPad I can carry all to tiles with me everywhere. My health is not good. I hurt 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. I don’t leave my house so going to a library is out of the question. Reading is a wonderful friend when your have to deal with that. Reading gets my mind off of how horribleI I feel. So I can say that reading has saved my life. If you are dealing with something that has the ability of stealing your sanity, join Kindle Unlimited and let a book take you on a journey into someone else’s life or read those titles that help you deal with your problems. Yes Kindle Unlimited is a life saving fantastic friend.

- Needs improvement

I like reading books on Kindle, but I read A LOT. I mean, A LOT. Over the years I’ve accumulated a ton of books. And even if I’m caught up in a series, if I stumble over a book that I want to read, especially if it’s on sale, I’ll add it to my library. It is hard now to scroll down through the books in my library and find the ones I’ve bought but haven’t read yet. It’d be great if we had the settings option of automatically archiving books once we reach the end. Or at least sort books so the new ones come to the top. I shouldn’t have to suggest this. It seems like common sense. And I even registered a request for it years ago and they still haven’t done it. And also, for some reason my app keeps adding Kindle accounts. I think I’m up to six or so, even though I only use Kindle on two devices. So my iPhone app no longer syncs furthest read with my iPad app. Argh. Why does it do this? I tried emailing for support but they tell me I have to call. Calls for help force me to sit there for ages on hold until someone picks up, and it seems like it takes MUCH longer to get things sorted out than if I could just get some simple written instructions. It’d be great if they valued my time.

- hate the new home page

Before the latest update I would have given the app a 4-star rating as it mostly works pretty well. But now when I open the app, instead of showing me my books it puts me on their new Home screen. It is nothing more than a way to try to sell me more books, which is annoying because I choose books from my browser and I am opening the app so that I can READ them. Ironically they don’t even let you buy books from the app even if I were in a shopping mood, and as usual they have no idea what I might be looking to buy so it is nothing but a waste of time. I have spent many hundreds of dollars on their books and this greedy ploy just makes me want to find a different app that will allow to read them without encountering ads every bloody time I open the app. This is the price we pay for supporting a monopoly—they control the books and prices and now can’t even provide a clean and efficient way to read them. I know this seems like an overreaction but I read whenever I have a few minutes waiting in line or wherever, and I keep opening it to this ad page and thinking “huh?” and then remembering oh yeah I need to find and click the Library button so I’ve just lost a precious bit of my reading time.

- Took me a LONG time

to become an ebook user and ultimately a Kindle kween. I was one of many vp merch’s at that NY based bookseller during their heyday years. Quite frankly, I still purchase a few hundred used books each year as I’m a voracious reader and when I find something particularly fabulous via Kindle, I’ll often seek out a “real” copy for my library. Yay! The Kindle app allows me to go on vacation for a week, month or whole winter by just packing my IPad. Brilliant! I used to need to box up and lug boxes, (yes BOXES as I read 7-12 books a week), of books to support my vacationing pleasure. So, you haul an ATV or surfboard? I read at the open or close of my day! Finding a library or bookstore while on vacation is often a daunting task. As my students would say, it’s now “easy peasy”. I’m also a Prime member which gives me access to 1000 free titles each month across every genre and product type (magazine, graphic novel, kids books, games, etc.). Add that to online reading clubs like TheEReader, BookBub, FaithfulReader, GoodBooks, etc. and Kindle is the gateway to bibliophile Nirvana! Come, get your read on and Kindle!

- Please fix end-of-page highlighting & Notebook font size

Hey Kindle dev team! You guys have done a fantastic job here. Love the app, and have used it to read and highlight hundreds of books. It works nearly flawlessly, except for two things: 1) When you want to highlight text that extends beyond the end of the page, the cursor either sits at the bottom of the page and does nothing, or it jumps ahead and highlights the next page or three. You guys have elegant solutions for this on the Kindle devices (it automatically highlights the rest of the sentence on the next page) and also with hyphenated words (it highlights the rest of the word on the next page). iBooks also just highlights the next word on the next page. Any of these solutions would be preferable to the haphazard way the highligting feature works right now. 2) In the Notebook for highlights, the font is teeny tiny headache-inducingly minuscule. Would it be possible to either make the default font bigger, or to have a font size adjustment feature like in the main text? That would be amazing! Thanks for your attention!

- Kindle Fire vs Kindle app on iPad

I’m fortunate to have both a Kindle Fire and an iPad. Rec’d my old Fire as a gift in 2012, and have gone almost completely to e-readers since then. I thought I’d miss the feel of the book, but my arthritic hands are grateful for the change. My new, 2017 Fire is lighter and easier to hold than the old one. I have books for my granddaughter on it, and I’m comfortable handing it over to her because I don’t have a lot of other ‘stuff’ on it. We do occasionally watch videos on it, and that’s easy. The app I have on my iPad works well - probably equal to the Kindle, itself. I tend to read it from the horizontal position, and enjoy that the font size is so easily adapted. It’s a little more difficult (for me) to use to read in bed - extra weight & bulk - but if my granddaughter & I are both reading, it’s not a big deal. I guess the bottom line is that I’m a confirmed e-reader and doubt I’ll go back. Convenience, ease of book purchasing, better price on books, being able to sync between the two readers... it doesn’t get much better than this.


I first got interested in the Lara Jean saga through the movie, and then my daughter got me started reading the books. I loved the movie and now I am so enthralled with the books that I have read the trilogy, three times. I just can not get enough of Lara Jean and her exploits. I can go back (in my mind) to the days when I first started dating and all of my ‘firsts’ like Lara Jean is always talking about throughout the books. A smile comes to my face every time I think of those days, over 50 years ago. So many wonderful memories, I can’t even count them all. Plus, unfortunately, some bad memories. But ALL the good and the bad memories taught me something about myself, and I think that is why Lara Jean’s story has ‘hit’ home with me so much. I have dated a few Peters, and a few Joshs, and even one Lucas, many years ago, and I can honestly say, each experience STILL brings a smile to my face, because they ALL taught me things about myself. I, personally ended up with my ‘JOHN’ (his real name, BTW) and we have been married for 37 years, so I believe you could say we are our own success story!!

- Almost perfect!

I love reading since I was a child and have read thousands of books in my almost 50 years of living. I always have a book and often 2 to 3 that I read at same time. The Kindle app makes it all so easy to pick up exactly where you left off and on my phone or tablet I have access to everything without the weight or bulk of paper or hardcover. I travel for business almost weekly, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday I am pretty much on a plane 36-40 weeks annually and often would read a 10-15 dollar paper back in that one day, no less than 2 a week. Having the Kindle unlimited account (10$ monthly) and app has allowed me access to do much more with nothing but my phone. The only caveat is it doesn't synch well between devices. If you don't manually synch from phone and go to tablet you must synch but it doesn't seem to find the page you last read. I cannot find in settings a Auto Synch that would do on day, opening app, but it's not a big deal and I still think it's a 5 star app, especially coupled with Kindle unlimited reading subscription.

- Linda Bridey Westward/Dawson Chronicles/Echo Canyon

There are no other books that I love more than Linda Bridey’s. I become so captivated with each character and it’s very important to me that there’s chemistry between the characters. Wow! The chemistry is so powerful and different with each person, what an imagination the author has. I find I need to take a couple days away from reading after I finish one of Linda’s books as I reminisce about the characters and story. I can’t let go before starting the next one..... which brings more excitement! I just finished Dawson Chronicle Book 4. Since it’s been awhile since I read this series, I appreciated it when little reminders of who certain characters were was mentioned. I also like reading clean romances, but with a little spice, just no sexual scenes. The author delivers on this very tastefully and goes the distance just enough. I have Kindle Unlimited but I purchase Linda Bridey books. If that says anything about how much I love her books. Oh boy, I’m going to search right now for any of her books that I haven’t read...... ♥️

- Good. Except For Dark Mode And Hyphenation.

I used this app, then tried iBooks, and have to say that the Kindle app is a lot smoother in terms of its functions (such as defining words immediately when selected) and customization. And I like that you have the option of reducing clutter, so that you can have a truly minimalistic reading experience. The only thing I have to point out is that the dark mode isn’t consistent. I read at night, so I use black pages and such to help reduce eye strain. When I go to add a note to a highlighted passage, the screen goes glaring white. And when I go to the settings, the same thing happens for me to update my preferences. On iBooks, when you have it set to dark mode, literally everything is darkened, so there’s no sudden “blinding white light at the end of the tunnel” syndrome to detracts from my midnight readings. Oh, also, there’s a lot of hyphenation. Like, a lot. The Kindle algorithm seems to really prefer hyphenating words over some other reading platforms. I wish there were an option to customize that feature. I personally would like to have zero hyphenation (like on Wattpad, for instance).

- Love my Kindle

It am a voracious reader. Just like my family I never go anywhere without my Kindle. I love the smell of a new book, however I was very limited on the the number of books that could travel with me. Years ago I even built a small bookcase to hold the books I wanted to take with me whenever we traveled. It could contain maybe 10 books. I knew there had to be a better way and then I discovered Kindle. I now have two Kindles and have downloaded the Kindle App to every electronic device, laptop, desktop computers, and iPads, iPhone, that I own. Kindle syncs seamlessly with them all. With highlighters, and notes features, I can thoroughly study any read, and quickly review all. I now take roughly 200 books with me wherever I go. Not to mention the money I have saved, when comparing the “print” price to the Kindle price of a book. I highly recommend it for young children, and young adults because it actually encourages reading for pleasure, or research on any subject. How else could I carry over 200 books in my pocket(on my iPhone) everywhere I go ?

- I’ve got my library in my purse.

I love the kindle app. No matter where I am I always have a book or magazine to read. I love that I can adjust the type to make it more readable and at night I use white type on a black background so that the light from the book isn’t overpowering. If you come across a person or word you are t familiar with all you have to do is put your finger on it and either the definition or the Wikipedia page comes up, then tap the upper left and you are back on your page. You can also highlight things and take notes. There are a lot of great books on kindle that are very inexpensive. My only complaint is that it’s difficult to categorize the books in the app. It can be done but I wish it was a matter of highlighting the title and dragging it over to the category. I’ve been able to get some of my books into categories but I never seem to remember what to tap and how to get the title where I want it. I’ve got hundreds of books so it’s a lot of work. Other than that I highly recommend this app,

- I'm an old school book lover who loves Kindle

As long as I can remember, I was always reading at least one book at all times. Usually I would have two going. I had no desire to give up my beloved books and start reading on a Kindle. But when my eye sight wasn't perfect anymore it became less and less practical to avoid it. Good lighting became an issue, and if for no other reason, the Kindle app on my iPad and iPhone has given me the back the ability to pick up and read whenever the urge or a few extra minutes presents itself. The ability to have so much reading material on hand is the cherry on top. And as much as I love spending hours in a book store, there just aren't the kind of book stores around that there used to be. So being able to buy most titles I'm interested in with the touch of a button makes me even happier. I still read books when I can, but far more often I read on the kindle app. This is time spent reading that I would be missing out on. I think it's the greatest thing, and it's by far my most used app.

- Vertical City

As my first short story collection of Fannie Hurst, this is an impressive compilation of the talent of Fannie Hurst. Her mastery of language in the inventive use of phrase and the deft lightness of touch brings a tone reminiscent of Vonnegut. Her saturation of the era, particularly the disenfranchised voices of diversity, of women and of the down-and-out, excels beyond anything produced by Edith Wharton. She is unafraid to strum the chords of tragedy and heartbreak. I have not enjoyed so much of an author’s body of work since encountering John Steinbeck as a teen. The fact of her commercial success never offset her wish to be recognized as a great writer. It’s time she was a fixture on many a syllabus. Read the stories of ‘Vertical City’ in order. Save ‘Roulette’ for the last then talk about her to a friend. ‘Lummox’ is her masterpiece. ‘Imitation of Life’ has survived through the films, but the book, beyond the brilliance of the story, has an eerily prophetic vision of the Starbucks business model. The mystery is how she can echo the heart of her diverse characters. In the current climate of cultural appropriation phobia, Fannie Hurst makes a strong case for what a creative writer can achieve.

- Facilitates Reading!

Whether I’m at the doctors office, having a mani/pedi, in a car as a passenger riding for a bit... I find myself enjoying book after book because I always have access to reading. It’s an easy process to purchase and download whatever book I choose to read (a bookclub selection, a friend’s recommendation, a personal find, etc.) Before I tried kindle, I would start reading a book, but inevitably never finish for ages because it was just never with me when I would have the time to read :( Now, since I have my phone with me wherever I go, it’s easy to turn it on and pick up reading wherever I left off. A great feature is that I can also mark any passages/pages that I want for future reference and also love being able to look up definitions if needed. Book is always opened to the last page I was on and if I ever leave that page to make adjustments to size of font or brightness of screen, etc, page is marked so I go right back :) I could go on, but think you get the picture.... I love using kindle!

- Good but could be better

The app runs smoothly and beautifully. Everything is easily accessible and I really enjoy the app with its in built dictionary that makes it convenient to search up unknown words. The flash cards allow me to review past terms and expand my vocabulary, but at the moment it is quiet tedious having to go in, create new cards, and define every word. It would be wonderful if there could be a function that would automatically create the card for you. For example, highlighting a word, clicking a symbol, and then finding the card in the flash card section. The use of flash cards are limited to the books in which the cards are created. If the decks are accessible separate of the book, capable of being used without having to go into the book/ stored in one huge deck, it would be more useful. Also I’m not exactly sure of the purpose of collections if I am unable to search in those collections. These new additions would make the app much more efficient and user friendly, but at the moment it is still very well done.

- Love reading on a Kindle

Why? I can look up definitions of words by highlighting. I can search for the name of a character I have forgotten. I can bookmark an important page and return easily. If I look something up within a book, the page I left has an icon to return instantly to the original page. If I’m reading in the dark and I don’t want to disturb my partner, I can switch from white to black background. With a paper book, I have to have a light on. With a paper book I have to have a bookmark but with a Kindle it opens automatically to where I left off. I can share books between my other electronic devices and the program asks me if I want to go to the furtherest page. When planning a trip I can load as many books as I think l read and only have to carry the one device. Some books are cheaper, I won’t purchase a Kindle book for more than $10. I read very few magazines or books with lots of pictures because the graphics or pictures are just too small. But that doesn’t matter with so many books to choose from..

- Great App, would be even better with a few adds

Since I have almost a thousand books in my library, I obviously love the app. I have suggested several times that they add a few features - I would love to be able to create “folders” for my books, to classify them by category - mystery, thriller, sci-fi, fantasy, motivational, paranormal, romance, cookbooks! So if I want to find a paranormal in my library to read I don’t have to “hunt and peck”. Another great feature for me would be able to easily mark a book as “read” in my library not in the books I download. I remove books from my downloads once I’ve read them so I don’t eat up my storage and once they’re just in the library you lose the ability to know if you read them or not unless you download them again. Just some features to make my library more user-friendly. Last, a way to rate books in my own library so at a glance, I could look up the books I’ve already read and see that “this is one I’ll want to re-read in a while!” Pretty, please!?!?

- Reader’s Necessity

I started with a Kindle device several years ago and was absolutely thrilled when the app became available. I no longer have to carry an additional device now that I read whenever I want from the convenience of my phone! It is my most used app. I wasn’t pleased with the update that no longer placed recent books on the opening page (including pre-purchased). I have so many books in my library that I sometimes forget which I’ve read or what I’d like to read next based on the most recent in a series. It’s inconvenient to have to go online to review my account. If you are an avid reader, Kindle Unlimited is a must have. I can’t imagine not having my books readily available. With the Kindle app I no longer have to find space in my home for books. I especially like that I can share some of my favorite books with friends with the book loan feature. The Kindle app also allows you to sample books and search through their vast selection of genres. The Kindle app is a must have for readers of all ages.

- Kindle App for use with iPads

I thoroughly enjoy using the Kindle app with my iPad. I appreciate having the ability to increase the text size and darken and lighten the background lighting. I utilize the dictionary features when I come across a word I’m not familiar with instead of having to look it up in another application. I read on both my iPad and my iPhone and love the fact that I can sync my devices to the farthest page read. I also like the way that many venues utilize the Kindle application as I have been able to check out books from the library using the Kindle app. The only negative is not being able to borrow digital books from other Kindle users like you can with hard copy books. I have actually loaned my Kindle Fire to a friend so she could read from my library, however, this is not really practical as the electronic devices have so much other data which you may not want others to have access to. If there was an option to share electronic books with others, I would give the Kindle app a 5.

- Kindle is a great way to read.

I am a mathematician. When I am studying a book on mathematics, I prefer to use a traditional text. For almost any other type of literature, however—fiction, philosophy, or spirituality, for example—I like to do a great deal of highlighting and note-writing. Kindle is perfect for either of those activities. Highlighting is a snap, with Kindle’s choice of three highlighting colors giving me the power to categorize passages as interesting, important, or supremely important. Note-writing is equally convenient and effective. Kindle enhances my reading of fiction, as well. As an example of this, suppose that I’m on Page 250 of a novel when I encounter a character who, I am certain, has appeared before but about whom I’ve forgotten. All I then have to do is to search on that character’s name to be shown every spot in the book where he or she appears. In short order, I’m caught up on the character and his or her role in the story. Kindle has revolutionized my reading and studying. I recommend it to all readers.

- Kindle

I read every day, so naturally I enjoy my kindle account. It’s so handy, easy to take 20 books with me when I travel. I check my free book clubs every day, and if I find something I want to read, I easily download it with a few clicks. Same with library books. It’s easy for me, and that’s saying something for it. At the age of 81, I’m not exactly a computer whiz. It easily adjusts to the lighting and font size I want, so my eyes don’t get tired. At night, my pad rests on a pillow, a touch of a thumb turns the page. I don’t have to hold a heavy book up, or fight the crease in the middle. When I go to sleep, the book doesn’t fall and lose my place! Some people say they don’t want a screen, they have to have a real book and turn real pages. Real bookworms don’t care about appearances, they want the content, what the writer is saying. I just finished “City of Girls”. It was so well written, the characters so real. I got lost in New York in the forties, among the actors in a small dilapidated theatre. Kindle is a real book....many books.

- Good app

I wish it was easier to buy a book from the kindle app when on an iPad but I’m sure this is an age old complaint. I also wish you were able to take more notes as you read. Can’t we notate on the margins on a Kindle yet? You would think so 2018 but alas no...Otherwise I use the Kindle app every day. It’s my preferred form of reading. Easier purchasing and notating would be appreciated. But it is generally bug free. But, shouldn’t every review of a book be a verified purchase? Seems like some reviews are just from people who are having a lousy day and would like to make someone else feel lousy. The logic seems to be: if you cannot create, why not destroy? And another gripe: some of the recommendations for me are beyond ridiculous! What is the algorithm here? Romance novels with buff bods on the cover?! Puhlease! This is because....I read so much.....contemporary literature!?? This is puzzling. And can we not set up a preference stipulating the type of published material? Generally I prefer books from publishing houses, as opposed to self-published works because of the editing etc.

- Forever Devoted

This is one of my favorites of the Forever Bluegrass series, though they are all wonderful, enchanting, and so realistically unrealistic. I read it at least three times before the audible version was released, but since then I have probably listened to it twenty times or more. Eric G. Dove’s narration so perfectly captures the various characters, the emotions, and the whimsy of the adventures of the denizens of Keeneston. Layne and Walker are both wonderful characters, strong, forthright, motivated by honor and courage, without a trace of self-consciousness. They do the right thing in every instance. While that might sound as if there is not enough conflict to hold the reader, it is the exact opposite. You root for each of these characters to triumph over danger, adversity and misunderstandings, all the while admiring their actions, thoughts and motives without doubt or reservation. This is a real “feel good” read, which for me never loses it’s appeal. Mature, thoughtful, intelligent main characters, self-reliant and self-assured, finding the even greater happiness of “forever love” and a very happy ending.

- Amazing and Captivating

This is the first book in the “True Lies of Rembrandt Stone” series. It is written by three authors, Susan May Warren, James L. Rubart, and David C. Warren, under the pseudonym of David James Warren. I have read all of James L. Rubart’s books and a good portion of Susan May Warren’s books. This is a debut for David C. Warren who is the son of Susan May Warren. This book has it all between cold cases, romance, and time travel. I believe it will appeal to a wide variety of readers. This book is so good that it drew me in not from the first page but from the very first paragraph of the book. This is definitely a series that you are going to want to read from the beginning. I like that they made Rembrandt Stone, who is the main character, an author that writes books based on what he knows about being a police detective. However, this is just an interesting side story. By the end of this book, you are definitely left wanting more which is why it is so good that they have all six books scheduled to come out in 2021. Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book for an honest review.

- Kindle Unlimited

I love Kindle Unlimited, as I read a lot of books monthly! There’s always something to read in any category one could possibly imagine. You can download 10 at a time and return at your leisure, either as soon as you finish one or after completing all of them and then download 10 more. This has been the best app for books I have ever had! I and my family have been members for several years now and plan to continue being so! As many books as I have read through Kindle, I would have otherwise had to spend thousands of dollars on buying the books (if I could have even found them) and then had to find a way to store them or donate them like I had to in the past. Kindle makes suggestions for books for you based on your history, but you can always find others that you may prefer; each title also gives a brief description of book, and if you’re not sure you can download a sample of the book first. Thank you Kindle for this app!

- Device Within the Device

Hello, my name’s Iqbal, and I’ve been using a Kindle that my sister Farah gave me for a few years ago for Christmas. I wasn’t totally sold on it at first because I was used to regular paper books and newspapers, and I still do read a mixture of digital and paper reading material, but I definitely like that the kindle saves travel space for reading, and the app even more so because it means I just have to carry my phone and that’s it. The graphic for the app is a good one. I like the silhouette of a person reading under the stars. The user interface is good and is pretty close to what it’s like using a kindle. I really like that I can highlight and annotate books and look up unknown terms in a dictionary with ease as I read. That’s probably one of the nicest features. I haven’t used the color coding highlighting but I can see how that would be very useful and instructive if using the app to teach a class from personal annotations in a favorite volume. That’s all for now. Bye everyone 🙂🌳⭐️🌸

- Mykindle

I love my kindle I don't know what I'd do without it!!!❤️❤️❤️ I use it every day, it’s so worth it to get kindle. It has everything I could possibly ask for the only thing is it doesn’t tell you how many books you have total... but I have hundreds and I’m always wondering just how many I have, but if your just using this for casual use that probably won’t matter to you haha! The book selection is stellar, they have kindle unlimited which is like $10 a month and you have a whole selection of books opened up that you don’t have to buy but can borrow and it’s great if you just wanna try it out and aren’t sure if it’s as good as it sounds. (Far faster than a library) kindle books are so reasonably priced and usually the cheapest option though you don’t get the amazing book smell or the feel of the pages but it’s great when your waiting somewhere or bored out of your mind somewhere out on the town. Best thing that ever happened to me was when I was gifted a kindle :) I highly suggest it

- Will never read a paper book again

I'm an avid reader and to have all the books I want on hand wherever I go is awesome! Purchasing books is such a simple process and there is an infinite amount of books for any income level. Kindle unlimited is also an excellent program, especially when you can read and listen on Audible for free. There are only two improvements that I wish were made. Once I read a book and delete it from my device I really wish it would have a symbol on the cover in my library that its been read. I know it shows new with a check mark when not read but if I missed downloading a book I assume I read it since it's not marked. And the other thing is no matter how long ago or recently I've borrowed a book from KU i wish it would let me know that when I'm shopping for books like it lets me know when I purchased a book, which is a great thing btw. Overall I would give the kindle and the app 10 stars if I could.

- Pleasantly surprised

Being this book was free under Prime I wasn’t sure what to expect. As an avid psychological thriller movie/book junkie I thought I had the plot pegged 1/4 of the way through. By 1/2 way I had changed my mind and had formed another idea of where it was going. Although I may have gotten part of it correct, the ending gave a nice, unexpected twist. I read rather fast, and completed it in 2 days with intermittent reading. It’s an easy read that keeps you on edge, making the reader want to get to the truth of the story. There were times where I wanted to skip to the end to satisfy my need to know, but of course that wouldn’t have made it as enjoyable ;) It offers a nice balance of suspense and confusion, and I found myself tearing up at the end. That was a truly unexpected bonus! When a book draws me in that well, I consider it a worthwhile read. I could see this as a movie for sure. It had that nice of a twist, but one that is also quite believable. Hope you enjoy it as much as I did :)

- Wonderful App

To be able to have so many books in my iPad is so great. Wherever I go, having it with me, I know I can read to my heart’s content, listen to music, stay in touch with friends and family. The Daily Deal and BookBub enable buying many terrific books at very low cost or free. Although I am not familiar with many of the authors, I can read enough description to know if I might like the book. The number of stars indicates worth of the book. If a book is expensive, I can put off buying it until I am ready to read it, getting a free sample to remind me of my interest in it. I am protecting trees by not using paper, have no need for many bookcases to store books, do not have to limit the size of my library, and can download books immediately. As a retired person, can live in a smaller space and still have what I love available to me in my iPad, and do not have to get up and go to the store to get a book I want. Holding my iPad on a stand, my hands and wrists are not as painful as holding the weight of a book. I need no light to read, as it is built-in. I can make the brightness and print size whatever I need it to be, a great boon for seniors who often stop reading because of print size and their cataracts. I am not aware of dangers from spending so much time using a digital device. I hope that we are safeguarded, so that the many advantages of reading in the Kindle app are always available. I can’t thank Kindle enough! Love it! Would recommend it to everyone!

- Boom by Cathy Richards

I am delighted that this book came to me as I turned 75 and needed more assistance to work important changes into my activity level in order to be more physically comfortable as I focused on healthy aging. Cathy Richards has created a clearly written guide to care for our bodies through time. She is supportive and clearly demonstrates how best to maintain our motivation through the variety of challenges the older years may bring us. Providing ideas on how to fit in the actions we need to embrace while enjoying and living a satisfying, life full of varied activities. Cathy has laid out all this important information in ways which help the reader utilize it and fit it into a happy lifestyle. She makes her suggestions accessible and flexible so you can grow with them. The realities of the variability of constraints of time and energy in my life are accounted for in a totally doable way. Thank you, Cathy, for your positive support and wonderful guidance in my journey. Enjoying 75 years

- Well read

I use the kindle app on my iPad and iPhone for the majority of my reading. I love that the books will sync and I can pick up right where I left off between the two devices. I do wish that when I finish a book on the iPhone, that the iPad would automatically update without having to open the book again on that device. I also think it would be great if when I categorize my books by shelf, that the books would no longer appear in the main homepage/shelf. I read so much that I sometimes forget which books I’ve read until I open the book and the app either syncs up, or I read a few chapters and realize that I’ve read the story before. (When covers are replaced or some further editing is done, the books sometime reset and my place marks are lost or it resets and categorizes as a new book, when I’ve already read it.) Overall, the apps are great and I love having thousands of books literally at my fingertips and readily available to me at any time. I would definitely recommend the Kindle app.

- Great app

I really like the app. There is very little I don't like about the app and only a few items I wish it had that it doesn't. I love the fact that I can carry my library of several hundred books on my belt, cross reference my reading instantly with a dictionary, Google, Wikipedia and translation services. What I really wish it had was a feature that would sort my library by "not yet read". I find I miss reading books I bought long ago because they got buried way down the list. I wish it would translate even more languages. Especially Latin. I wish they would add a "Bookman" font to the choice of reading fonts and I wish the controls were the same between phones & iPads. But really these are quite minor complaints/wishes. Basically it's a good, solid, well working app that makes reading a pleasure. I’m big problem is the book review function is broken. I get a lame error message with no useful information to fix the problem.

- Live my Kindle

I have a “book problem” that is shared by many of my friends and family. Under the bed, in closets, dresser drawers, suitcases packed tightly with recently read books as Christmas gifts ... I love to read. When I moved to a Caribbean island more than a decade ago the storage of all of those books became a major problem in my tiny apartment. Shared with friends, but the cost was also becoming problematic. My sister-in-law gave me my first Kindle as a Christmas gift and I’ve never looked back. Like most readers, I loved the feel and smell of a real book. Unconvinced, I decided to try it out. It was a quick conversion. Now I read not only on the Kindle, but on the phone and computer, as well. Sharing my account with my husband allows us to read the same things. And I use Kindle Unlimited, as well, and have been able to reduce my spending as well as to discover wonderful new (to me) authors. Highly recommend Kindle to anyone like me who reads at every opportunity.

- Great except for one major flaw

I like the kindle app in general, but there is one huge UI issue. It’s the biggest inconvenience for me and frustratingly odd. You can only select/highlight between spaces, so you cannot highlight part of a word, or a word which has a dash after it. I would use the search and define functions a lot but this dramatically kills the whole use ability of both features. For example, a text will have something like fig.1.4–explaining phrase. It’s only possible to select “fig1.4–explaining” and not “fig1.4” or “explaining” separately. So to define the explaining word one must exit the app and go online. To search for the figures’s other instances, it’s necessary to open the search menu and type it in manually. It’s really frustrating as a user, especially before I realized it wasn’t just me but the way that the app works. I wish you could turn off this “snap-to-grid” style selection. Then, I would give 5 stars and my reading experience would be faster and more pleasurable instead of leaving me annoyed.

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- First time user.

After all these years hearing about Kindle & how good it was, but I never thought of using it, until I come across it by accident. Being from the old school of thought, “I need the book in my hands”, how wrong was I. Yes the feel of a book still excites me, that feeling you get at the end of the final chapter, when the bond of a book is drawing to a close for the last time. However, being able to access my current read from virtually anywhere has excited me also. Ok you don’t have this piece of art in your hands, but if you change your mindset a little and open up to this great technology you will still feel the love and that bond. It’s the story and what’s behind the story is really what you bonding with right. To have that deep connection with your story, it doesn’t really matter how you read it, as long as you still get what’s intended and for me, knowledge, expansion of ones mind, love and compassion of the world, the people and things in it. kindle gives me more opportunity than ever before to experience this this great value of life.

- New To ebooks

I’ve always loved to read books, and it’s been a passion ever since I was born. Most days I’ll read the first book in a series and find out that it’s only sold in another country :( That’s why I decided to read it as an ebook. This is the first ebook app I’ve ever used and I must say, while there is nothing like a good hardcover book, I’m actually really impressed with how easy it is to read! There are multiple different ways to view your book, whether it be background color, font and much more. Not only can I bring the book on my phone anywhere I go, but I can also read all the book series that are not available as paperback in my country. Also on the plus-side, books are half the usual price as they don’t have to spend money on precious resources such as paper, which is cheaper for you, and reduces the impact on the environment! Absolutely love this app Would recommend every day to friends 10/10

- Love the app but want more features

I love the app but there are so many features I want which are not available. I want the ability to be able to mark books in a series and put in notes and reminders about when the next book in a series is due out. I also want the ability to easily see only unread books, and as a follow up edit the metadata to say that I have read (or have not read) a book, and ideally put the date I read it as well. I would also love a folder which automatically tracks my kindle unlimited so I know how many I have checked out, and what books I have checked out previously. It would also be great if there was something which highlighted a KU book I have read which is now on sale so I could decide if I wanted to buy it. Lots more but that’s a start to moving this fabulous app from just a reader to a book managment system

- A return to reading

I have always loved books, Along the way as I got beyond middle age I found it more difficult to read. The font sizes in most books and magazines were too small and I needed a good light to see to read. Eventually it got too hard and I stopped reading. Some years passed before I discovered the iPad and the Kindle app. How fantastic to be able get pretty much any book, set the font to my liking together with the right illumination for me and read again. After years without, I went through 60+ books in my first year back and now have a library of hundreds! They are all always available and I do not need to remember where I left off, the app does that for me. I cannot recommend the Kindle highly enough for anyone who finds the pleasure of reading losing its lure due to the passage of time. Get back to your younger self and rediscover the manic of a great book.

- Book readers dream

As a life long reader, I find this App to be a Godsend. To be able to carry with you hundreds of books, all word searchable and which can be read in any ambient light condition, and have a dictionary at your finger tips is fantastic. Programming manuals are generally thick and bulky, and awkward to carry around and sometimes I have needed them but not had them with me. With the Kindle App however, they can be with me and no extra weight or bulk, providing total convenience. Am now done with buying paper books and this saves money, space in my living areas, and is easier when it comes time to move house. The only things I would like to see included in the App... are more highlight options, such as underline (with color options), an outline box for slabs of text that would look too busy underlined, and more colors available to highlight. Readers rejoice.

- Another hit by the dynamic duo

Here we have another funny, romantic, absolutely charming story from the partnership of MacLeod and Markinson. It’s an “opening the first page, then unable to put down” book, that keeps you thoroughly engaged from start to finish. It has all you want in a light hearted romance with an intriguing plot. Starting with a “hook-up” at a wedding, an outstanding, (for those of us who adore reading about them and who doesn’t), Ice Queen and an inspiring young tv reporter on the brink of a new career, this delightful book grabs your attention right away. Oh, and there’s backstabbing and a surprise twist. The plot also highlights some pertinent aspects of society and broadcasting, even though it’s the 2020’s. You’ll love the two protagonists, as they manoeuvre their way through this new found love. To top it all off, there’s a dog and a cat that almost “steal the show”.

- Worst thing about it is caused by Apple

This has everything I want from an e-reader and more. I love the times when I’ve finished a book from a new author, or started a new series that blows my mind and leaves me wanting the next one - and I can start reading the next one in seconds! It’s great living here in the future. The app has all the benefits of an e-reader. I can adjust the font size, screen brightness, which font the book uses, the number of columns and many other variables. I can annotate the book, highlight passages, report typographical errors, immediately look up dictionary definitions, encyclopaedia articles, translations and pictures. It’s annoying that I have to go to Amazon’s website to by a book rather than buying it through the app, but given the “Apple tax” for doing it that way, it’s worth it.

- Convenient and life saving

Gone are the days you need to either remember what chapter or page you’re up to or fold an old piece of paper / receipt to use as your bookmark because bookmarks go missing like Bobby pins. I can lift up my device, open kindle and pick up right where I left off, no bookmarks, no re reading to get to where you were last up to, kindle does it all! With great features that you never think you’d need, like highlight, notes, bookmark, sync with audible narration and the realistic page turn feature (one of my favourite features). I fly through books because it’s so easy to read literally wherever you are! The only thing I miss is having the hard copy as a little trophy when I’m done. Something about books I’ve finished gives me a comforting sense of nostalgia and seeing the covers of old books I’ve read brings characters and their trials and tribulations flooding back to me as if I was there when I read it but I still get those sensations when I’m flicking through my collection and see a finished book. Great, efficient App, once I made the switch from hard copy to device I wondered why I hesitated for so long.

- I love books

I have a small house and I only have so much room, much of it filled with bookshelves and books. Until I win several million dollars my library space will be limited. The kindle let’s me have a pile of books but just the weight of a paperback. I was sceptical until I tried it. After my first book on kindle there was no turning back. I love being on the bus and reading one book. Finishing it and starting a new one without the weight of 2 books. I think I own over a thousand books right now so not having any more physical books (maybe a few) is a huge step towards not loading myself down. Books in their native form are wonderful and the kindle is too.

- Great app

I read constantly using this app & overall it is fantastic. Unlike some other reviewers I like the constant upgrades and new features - as one other reviewer said, if you don't like it don't use the feature! I like the new(ish) ability to make my own collections, but finding the time to organise my thousands (!Yes, I know...) of books is difficult... There are a few things I would love to see made possible - 1) Viewing the synopsis or blurb without having to open the book; 2) the ability to view the books in my library by genre; and 3) the ability to cross reference the collections from the app to an actual kindle - my Mum has one, and it would be easier if she could access the collections I've already made, rather than having to make new ones... But other than those, a great app - keep up the good work!

- Who made some bad update choices

OMG I love my kindle app but wow some nitwit did some horrid updates this time. The dark mode feature has been removed, the A-Z index has been removed. And these are just the immediate things I’ve noticed. You can’t tell me people weren’t using these features. I know my daughter is having kittens over the dark mode not longer being available as she’s dyslexic and has light sensitivity so trying to see what’s in her library pain, but also because she can’t spell the greatest having the A-Z option removed is just making her experience all the more torturous. So there has now been two app updates since I posted my original review and guess what Kindle app designers aren’t listening to what the users are complaining about. The whole idea should be to make this app as user friendly as possible and for all people instead the app has taken a giant step backwards. Please fix this app and make it user friendly for all again.

- Recent changes causing issues.

I love the Kindle app, especially in terms of flexibility and displaying books across the entire screen of the entire iPad instead of trying hard to mimic the format of a paperback. Let’s be honest. Not all books come in that format, especially when I use a larger font for easing the strain on my eyes. There is one issue though that has popped up in the recent updates, and that is quite often when I reopen the app to come back to my book, it no longer opens where I last left it. It used to open where I last left it, now it opens further back, often between half a page to to pages back, which kind of infuriates me when I try to find where I was up to. Please fix it.

- Easy on the hands

Kindle has been a savior for my love of reading, as weakness in my hands limits the reading I can do with a hardcover book or paperback. You can zoom in easy and determine how you want to read. Best of all, no problems with how many ebooks you buy, as storage is never an issue. I love the convenience of being able to read my ebooks on either my iPad, smartphone or computer and never losing your place in the book you are reading, even when reading the same ebook on different devices. Kindle is very versatile, whereas other ebook readers are not. Kindle is an incentive to read ebooks, as you can do your bit for Mother Nature and the environment, by reducing the need to cut down trees. Love the Kindle app.

- Transition can be a journey...but worth it

Like most readers, I love holding books, turning pages, being able to easily use my fingers to flick the pages back and forward to look for things. Even the smell and look of books in my library is something forever gone with Kindle. But with one door closing another opens up. I can travel with a library in my pocket. I don’t have to move out of my study to fit new books. I can easily read two or three books at once. I thought I’d miss richly illustrated books but my iPad is a reasonable substitute. And my paper white Kindle lets me read without feeling guilty about a rapidly draining battery. Using the Kindle app is an ongoing journey. But being a reader, I am always open and excited about new journeys and destinations.

- Love love love my kindle!

To be able to buy and read so many books would never have been possible with only paper books! I can take my kindle with me traveling and I don’t need to worry what book I’ll feel like reading, as they’re all there at my fingertips! Best of all the app is available on my iPhone and iPad so I read there too! So convenient! Kindle and kindle app is changing the world of reading! Get rid of your stuck mindset about only loving paper books and open up a whole new world of reading. Also the books are cheaper on kindle and easier to access and download. Better than the competition hands down.

- Next best thing to a real book

I grew up of a diet of paper- and hard-backs, and despite years of using e-devices still like the smell and feel and am sure I feel different reading paper. And yet…Kindle is so very, very handy. Compact, easy to pick up on a different device (mostly! The sync can lag a bit) and I carry my entire library with me! It would be nice to not have to jump out to the browser to buy books, be notified when next in series is out / due to be out and a few other niceties. But what I have is already more than what I had with paper…and these too would be more. So not an app that changed my life…but it behaves very well, is intuitive and not too many adverts/annoyances.

- The Billionaire’s Curvy Librarian.

This story is about Kelsey who works in a library and Eric who is a billionaire real estate tycoon he plans to buy the building because it’s costing the city too much to keep it open. Eric meets the curvy beauty but he’s dressed like a poor person he doesn’t want anyone to know that he is rich, when he see’s Kelsey he’s enamoured by her and he takes her out on a date. Kelsey is interested in the gorgeous man and she notices the things about him like how nice his watch is to being clean shaven and with a body made for sin but dreary clothes she just didn’t know what to make of him, but when Eric asked her on a date Kelsey accepted. Fantastic story I loved it and I highly recommend this book even though it’s a short story.

- Kindle app on iPhone for visually impaired

The iPhone Speak Screen option in Accessibility settlers allowed me to read a book in The iPhone Kindle app. This may not sound very significant but I am visually impaired (registered blind) and had great pleasure listening to a book being read to me with the Speak Screen option. Speak Screen goes across pages and it turns the page so you can actually see where you are, as well as continuing to read until you ask it to pause or stop. It has been many, many years since I read a book and I am so excited at the new opportunities Kindle is offering with this option on the iPhone.

- For those who like to hold a real book!

I was given a Kindle some years ago asa gift from my Son. He had included some books written by authors I read, and at the time I was half way through a Clive Cussler. I bit the bullet, moved to the Kindle, and have not read a hard cover or paperback since. I did move to an iPad mini with the Kindle app., and have read hundreds of books, and I have a few hundred I have bought to keep me busy inth3 coming years, along with new releases from my favourite authors. I like the fact that I can just pick up my library in one hand, and have it wherever. Getting used to e-books was not difficult, and I love it!

- Does Everything Right

I love the Kindle app on my iPhone and iPad. It’s always been one of the most flawless, intuitive and elegant apps I’ve used. It makes reading a joy, especially with the dark theme (so easy on the eyes) and with all the little formatting customisations available to personalise your reading experience. I also really appreciate that I can load up both my Kindle store purchased books in the same library with my own extensive library of .mobi formatted brooks that I’ve collected over the years. I tried so many eBook apps that fall short in one way or another. The Kindle app just does everything right. Wouldn’t be without it!

- Bug that needs fixing?

I love my kindle for iPad and have been using it for years but since the new version installed a week ago I have a problem. When I have not read my book for a few hours and turn on the iPad to continue reading (particularly first time in the day) my iPad goes straight to cover of book and then will not let me go any further, whereas before it would go to a page of books. Allowing me to chose library. Now I have to reboot my iPad for it to work and then it is ok. Would this be a bug in this version. I have no other issues with the iPad.

- Good but...

I use screen reader to listen to kindle Ebooks but there’s an issue in the software that makes this difficult. Kindle won’t turn the page if the device is turned off. I emailed kindle and was told this is due to a battery saving feature on iPads. I don’t believe this is true as the iBooks app reads fine when my iPad is off. And it’s kind of illogical as wouldn’t keeping my iPad on chew up power? I’m very disappointed by this. I suppose it won’t affect many other users, but it’s significant for me. I listen to a lot of kindle books at night and I can’t do this with my iPad on. It’s a pity as it’s spoiled an otherwise excellent app. My iPhone had the same issue however it wasn’t much of a problem as my phone was small and stayed on when I closed the case.

- A great ap especially for the bookshelf challenged

This is a great app. Prior to getting the kindle app I was reduced to getting rid of books as I had exceeded my bookshelf capacity. Now with Kindle I can access a vast library from the cloud acan carry more books on my iPad for when I cannot access the internet. The ability to manage your library by assigning books to multiple categories is very beneficial as is the ability to upload PDFs and other documents using the send to kindle app means you are able to upload manuals and reference material not available through the kindle store. I rate this app as essential

- My Quality Of Life!!!!

At the end of 1981 I contracted what I thought was a chronic pain syndrome in my right forearm & by ‘82 both arms, & I was told by various members of the medical fraternity that rest would see it go away. I had to stop playing guitar, my source of income. Oh & I increasingly had trouble doing anything with my arms & hands which of course included holding books & I’ve always been a voracious reader. It has never gone away but fortunately I was a very good singer & made my living singing in bands & as a session singer, recording & backing other singers. Reading remained a problem until I discovered “Kindle” & Ebooks & Ive never looked back as far as reading goes.

- Great app

Honestly it’s an awesome app with minimum glitching. The ebook quality is great. My main issue is that the “your reading goal” part of the app is glitchy, I like to use it to keep track of what books I’ve read and also if I want to do a reread which ones are worth rereading. But every now and then it’ll glitch like at the moment it hasn’t recorded the last 5 books I’ve read. Each of which on the Home Screen are showing I’ve read yet the reading goal will not go up! Would love it if you’s could figure out the glitch. But overall awesome app. 🙂

- Best app ever if you have a kindle

Never be bored again. Anytime you have your phone, you have your book with you. The app will keep track of where you are up to in your book on your kindle and the kindle keeps track of where you are on your phone. Doctor running late? Train running late? You can always read. The only criticism is that sometimes the sync between the app and the phone doesn’t work. Mostly if you select sync devices it will catch up but occasionally you need to manually find where you are up to

- Fantastic book , looking insight for insights to higher level of a consciousness then this it.

More than just a great book for anyone out there feeling demoralised and experiencing the disharmony due to existing and escalating chaos on a personal level be it emotionally , mental , physical and all that is going on out there around the planet at large in this point in time . This books contains insight and instructions on more levels than just the intellect to not only make sense of this chaos , why it is what it is , how to navigate this and brings with great detail all the subversive plans , who and why are trying to fix chaos and enslavement for us all .

- Great writing

I’m very impressed with Sachi Parker’s writing style and with her story. I could not put this book down and it did not happen to me for a long time. I also had a narcissistic mother, I believe Sachi’s story, one cannot make up certain situations created by a narcissistic parent although those who had loving and well-balanced parents, will find some situations described in this book difficult to grasp. I however, know what it’s like to have a parent who has issues. Sachi had two parents with issues. It’s a great read. Don’t hesitate. Grab this book. You will not regret it.

- Kindle is amazing

Kindle is a one of a kind reading app, it gives you access to so many different kinds of books. All of these books is an outstanding quality, when you are reading a book there is so many things that you can do. For instance, you are reading a really long book, if it has a diagram double tap and it will zoom in to the diagram perfectly. The most useful on of all is that you can bookmark a page! So, kindle is one of the best reading apps you will ever experience in your life.

- App needs some work

This app is not user friendly. I tried it a while back, but compared to another app I was trying at the same time (Kobo), the Kindle app was just lacking. It downloaded books in full automatically, cluttering up my iPad, & there was no facility to keep a book in my list, yet remove the bulky download. If someone is a voracious reader this is a real issue. I am someone who will sometimes re-read favourites, especially when they are part of a series or from a favourite author. The choice of fonts, font sizes, contrast, & other user tools could do with some updating. There was limited functionality as to grouping books into genres &/or author lists. It just seemed clunky & frustrating to use. I deleted it in the end, & only reinstalled it today because an ebook by a favourite author was not available in other formats. Relying on a monopoly to keep people using a sub-par app is really bad customer service, but with Amazon’s reputation I am not surprised. Will be deleting again as soon as I have read my latest ebook.

- The Quest

Stella Knight Niall’s Bride Five amazing Stars Nails Bride I was absolutely thrilled to receive book four, A Scottish Time Travel Romance. Written by the amazing Stella Knight. I completely adored this marvellous time-travelling romance. Such a classic Scottish story of true love. Set now in Edinburgh, Scotland We met Niall O’Kean, who’s family were originally time travellers. After suffering recurring bad dreams of a woman who who lived during the 14th century. Niall had a close friend, Scott Chapman who had worked and studied medieval Scotland at the University of Edinburgh. His own sister had time traveled herself had traveled at that same time to marry a Highlander herself. From that time Niall knew he had to rescue her. I simply enjoyed this marvellous and most exciting tale. Such a fantastic and most excellent series too. Such a wonderful and most delightful characters throughout to read and enjoy. I completely loved and enjoyed this book. It was such a illuminating success!! Congratulations Stella Knight! I recommend this book to everyone!!

- Scorching Hawwwwt

When I was surprised with the gift of reading one of Parker S Huntington’s ARCs I was enthralled and totally in awe of how two people come together in essence of such unquestionable grief.. With so much to say and the irrevocable pull that exists between the two characters it’s almost as if the one thing they have in common is unbeknownst to the both of them drawing them together. Like I totally could see the tickle that the Main Character would have gotten with Charlie walking in on his brother mid thrust, mild hair pull… but he would of punched his brother for the things filling his mind’s eye when Charlie stands there not giving an inch.. I love the structure and realness of the indecision each character reveals, and the journey each character takes even in death to grow and become quite the epitome of growth. Five stars for this amazing story born of tragedy but the unequivocal essence of coming together being a family forever.

- Great app but...

Love being able to read books on my tablet/phone & love my Kindle Unlimited subscription but why are 99% of the books I read full of typos & the wrong version of words??? I appreciate that I can send feedback on all the mistakes via the “Report Content Error” section, but is it so hard to type the books correctly in the first place??? This isn’t just the occasional author error, this is almost every single book I’ve read (& that’s hundreds!). Whoever transcribes these books constantly makes stupid mistakes like “barred” instead of “bared” & leaves out words. Very poor fundamentals. Otherwise, love the app.

- A good app but a bit NQR

Overall this app isn't that bad but IMO it seriously lacks in two areas. 1. When looking at book titles in my library it is very rare to be able to read the entire title in the two lines shpwn, in my case partially due to the fact that so many of the 800 or so books in my kindle collection are part of a series which means that the part of the name I so often need which is 'Book #'. 2. My other gripe is one that might go a long way to resolving the one above is that although when reading a book on my iPhone I can view the pages in Portrait or Landscape the Library list is Portrait view only. Fixing these would easily make the app 4 or even 5 stars.

- Good but has opportunity for improvement

I have been using the Kindle App on my iPhone and iPad for a few years now and like it much better than a Kindle eReader. One thing that irritates me with the App is the time it remains on the opening screen if there is a new book/a to be downloaded. Thought it could handle it much better by allowing me the opportunity to do so rather than holding me up at the start. Also, the ability to set up collections is good. Is it possible to make a selection as and when I acquire a new book please? Keep up the good work.

- Page turn animation

I love my kindle on all devices. However I have two peeves. Whatever happened to the cool page animation? I was mighty impressed with how realistic the page turning was when kindle for iPhone first arrived. I find the page slider more difficult to use. Also Audible and Kindle don’t sync automatically to where you left off on the last online device. Frustrating when it takes you back to a previous spot you’d already read on Audible. It really needs to be automatic rather than having to do something to sync

- Can no longer search my library

New updates mean I can no longer search my library (those downloaded or available to download) but rather I have to scroll though multiple, multiple pages to find a book. Search functions only allow you to search for new books and even then, I can only get samples, your forced to open the app to buy. Less and less functionality, and seriously thinking of giving up kindle being my ebook depository.

- Easy to read, Agonizing to shop

I love the ability to take a number of books on the road with me. I am extremely frustrated by shopping for books. Amazon/kindle are so intertwined I will treat them the same. If the app is ‘smart’ enough to know what country I am in, and will utterly refuse to sell me a kindle edition of THE BOOK I JUST SEARCHED FOR, and I have searched specifically for kindle editions only, THEN DON’T FLOOD MY SEARCH RESULTS WITH BOOKS I CANNOT PURCHASE!!! I refuse to spend hours trying to fight my way through obtuse programming. If I am still scrolling after 5 minutes looking for a version I can actually purchase, you have lost me. Likewise, if I have a Sample downloaded and decide I want to purchase the whole book, why is it again so confoundedly difficult? Just have a button the says: “Buy The Book”! Until it gets more intuitive to buy the books I want to read, paper will be my huckleberry....

- Unable to close a book when finished reading it

I kinda don’t like it to fiddle around when I have read my book but it is still open in the library as reading and can’t even close it as read or book finished tag or something 😏 At times it shows I have 3 books I am reading currently wherein I would have been focusing on only one. Funny part other day I found an book which I started reading sometime ago .. totally forgot to finish it and was still as reading but now the funny part I did not had the book in my library at all neither that book was downloaded on my device. Funny Haan

- Good, but could be better

I use the Kindle app pretty much daily for reading since my Kindle crashed, never to rise again. So far, I've not bought another Kindle reader as I've been happy with the Kindle App on my iPad, but I've noticed that, while other app updates result in improved speed of performance, the Kindle app has stayed the same. The page turns in particular seem a bit sluggish and pages can take a while to render. But overall it’s great to have the app on the iPhone and iPad and to be able to swap between them relatively seamlessly - have to have the wifi on in the Kindle though.

- Great app

I’ve been really happy with this app, which has worked well as intended. The modification of background and text size is easy to use, as is the lock to stop screen shift if you read lying down. It’s fantastically handy to have a library of books on the phone, and to be able to add to them easily. Only annoying thing is highlight, which comes up and every accidental touch and does not appear to allow easy return to the highlighted text. (probably just me not using the full functionality of the app)

- Why I like kindle

I like kindle because you can read whenever you like and a big variety of books to read before I started kindle I only read books in real life and it was very annoying having to go through all the books in the book shelf but now all I have to do is scroll down and click on the book and with real books it’s hard to find we’re you are up to but with kindle when you click on the book it brings you to your page that’s why I give kindle a five star review.

- I’m in heaven 🤩🥳🥰🤣🤗😮😲😯🤓😎🧐🤪😇😃😄😀😆

Some books you have to pay but they are just the books i’m not interested in. And they have all the books I need for my study learning English and then before my brain. There is also so many cool stuff like you like a book then you wanted more like that book well if you scroll down there will be more books like the books in your library. Whenever I type funny books there’s always something that makes me laugh in there SO DOWNLOAD IT NOW

- Kindle transformed my reading!

I was a spasmodic reader mainly because of the inconvenience of carrying a book with me. Digital books, via Kindle, have enhanced my accessibility to my reading material so that I am enjoying my reading experiences more as well increasing my consumption of what I read. My first digital reader died after a decade of faithful service. The Kindle app allowed my to seamlessly restore my original reading list on a new reader so that I could resume reading the book I was part way through. Magic.

- Very good…..but

The latest version book search is not very good, entering a search for author, subject or title gives you very mixed results with irrelevant books or finding the right author but mixing books from other authors instead of grouping books together as requested. Also searching an specific author (using the search with author’s photo and list of books) in occasions it inserts 2 or 3 books from other authors. Sorry if I didn’t explain properly but I have been using this app since 2014 and somehow the searches quality have degraded Love the app

- Great app! My first choice in reading apps!

I totally enjoy using the kindle app! Especially with kindle unlimited. I love how u can access the book info at any time (I can’t on iBooks and often find my self looking them up again in the sales section trying to remember what a books about) My biggest suggestion would be to be able to have a “wish” or saved list so when u are browsing and find more then 10 titles u can store them some how. (Tho that’s more of a kindle unlimited issue then the app I think?) Also it would be great to have series of books linked? A couple of times I’ve read the blurb of a book to find it’s 2nd or 3rd book in series and I have to go searching for more in series ... Oh and it would be great to be able to set users? So if the kids are looking for one of their books they don’t have to scroll past all my trashy romances lol 😉

- I miss the intra-app rotation lock

A few years ago I was alternating between a few reading apps on my phone, but deciding to use kindle exclusively for one main reason: The in-app rotation lock let me lie in bed reading on my side reading my ebooks vertically, and I didn’t need to use the native iPhone lock on homepage so when I wanted to watch videos horizontally there was less click through to remove the lock. This feature disappeared this year… I’m going to review other apps and if I find the original feature on a platform with similar content I will unfortunately be making the switch.

- It’s ok but ...

I use Kindle primarily to read non-fiction, academic texts. These books generally have a large References section which I like referring to as I come across a citation. It would be good to be able to print there bu, alas, no can do. Further, some books only allow the ‘owner’ (a somewhat rubbery term in the Licence Agreement) to have the book on two devices. That does not suit my needs as I use a PC at my desk, iPad on the lounge, and an iPhone when travelling on public transport. The Kindle seems to do much better than most when it comes to highlighting text. Search and My Notebook features are also good.

- Cassius

First read Dallas then Clayton, be warned you’ll need tissues and plenty of them. You will feel these characters in your bones, their pain will be your pain along with their happiness. You’ll become stronger with the silverbacks encouragement (you will know him when you read the books), Luna Grace well what can I say? Get to know her, read the books. Rachelle Mills is absolutely extraordinarily gifted, she brings these books to life like you wouldn’t believe, you will cry a lot but you’ll also feel the love of a family written in words.

- Love kindle but, also removing books

Love it but wish I could print some pages. Doing patchwork I cannot print out the pages with the templates which makes it impossible to do the patterns in the books, they don’t work on the sites mentioned in the books either. To remove books you have read, just press and hold on the book and it will come up with a menu to choose, eg..remove from device. It then sends the book into “all books” that is ones not downloaded.

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- I love this app

The Kindle app has been a mainstay on my iPhone. Works perfectly. The only downside is that you still can’t shop for books directly through the app but rather have to purchase via Amazon.

- Kindle

It works great once you figure a few things out! Better than I suspected. Will get more digital books for my study!

- No split screen

No split screen option on IPP so it useless for work or study

- Handwriting with Apple Pencil

I hope you guys would consider to support handwriting with Apple Pencil. This would be very helpful to take notes just on the book pages. Would work well with study books. And please improve stability when working on split screen. Every time I come back from other apps, the kindle app would crash and have to restart.

- Page Numbers

I love the syncing capability between devices and use it often. Thank you for changing the notations shownat the bottom of each page. I find this information most useful. I still wish one option was to show page numbers at the bottom of the page! Please consider this option! Kindle is a great app.

- Inconvient

Can’t purchase books from app very inconvient

- Were to fined books

It is a bit hard to find books. I have to go to amazon and get them. I wish I could buy them here but I just started so you might be able. But over all it is an amazing website and I recommend it to all!

- Top tier

Best ebook reader

- Great App

It’s a great app, but you can’t buy books on it... you have to buy them on Amazon first

- Functional and Fun but unpolished

Like the app I think it evolved nicely through the years but I do think that company amazon could put it further faster in my presumed perception of their available resources. it is fairly functional but often feel a bit clunky and unpolished. I would like the UI of the library to be a bit more refined in it’s presentation like the IBook shelf. Any treatment that would leverage a sense of collection and beauty of the covers. I would love to be able to view art books in two page/spreads mode. It works with columns in standard books but not for art books which a shame. I think that having art book available in the store is great and there should be more of them available. :) Having my book library available on my devices is great and the app certainly does a good job at that.

- Fix sync issue

I’m getting really tired of constantly having to re-install the app to fix the sync issue. This happens to me almost weekly and it’s very frustrating. Please fix.

- Reader

It would be nice if there was an option of the app reading for us.

- Amazon Kindle is very good

Easy to download and purchase books. Saves time and no waiting. I love Amazon kindle God bless Amazon.

- no landscape mode on iphone after the last update

obviously did not do enough testing before releasing this update. can no longer read in landscape mode.

- Use all the time but please fix an issue

I have an iPhone 11 and I read on the kindle app all the time. At night time when I want to read, the home bar on the bottom flashes back up every time I turn the page. The home bar is very bright and it is distracting every time it pops back up. I bought an actual kindle because of this issue but I would love to be able to read on my phone again.

- Update

Updated the app, now I have glitches. Turn the page and all printing disappears. And it’s hard to get it back. This is very annoying. Also half sentence on one page, turn page and part of that piece of sentence repeated on next page. I have loved this app and use it all the time. I hope you don’t wreak it with crappy updates.

- Great Reading!

User friendly, well-organized App !!

- 30 years....among the dead is fascinating

I enjoy..My Kindle ....hardly read any where except ....Jordersons book ...12 Rules of life Akashik records the way ...of how to ...get through this world without getting fearful ...of all that happens’s Magic ...

- traduction

il devrait avoir une fenêtre qu’on pourrait copier une partie de texte et faire la traduction dans google traduction le tout intégré a l’application kindle qui ferait un five stars plus pour une personne qui étudie l’apprentissage d’une langue par la lecture et améliorée l’agoritheme pour une traduction plus proche de l’idée .

- It Carries the World

And it has features like adjustable lighting and fonts that make it the ideal Geezer Reader

- It’s ok

It is okay but I have challenges with it from time to time to get it to open and the open the book I want. Glenda

- Pls fix

This app is very frustrating you cannot close book once you start reading, It’s impossible to do, I tried deleting the app And reinstalling it. Nothing works, help

- :(

It only says “download free version” and it sucks, all I wanna do is read the Danganronpa manga

- Awesome

Awesome book love the characters... well done

- Up Mayo!

Up Mayo!

- Bâton de golf

Je suis insatisfait du service j’ai un article de commander depuis le 4 mars et je ne l’ai pas reçu Yvon St Martin.'

- Love Kindle, so easy to travel with books! BUT

This last update has deleted the alphabet at the right. Please put it back! Also, is there a way to make the app faster to open? It is very sluggish at the moment. This app has been great for me. I am a compulsive reader (I read every day for 1-2 hours). I only have two wishes (to make this better). Please add something for me to standardize author names (Amazon can have an authors name written up to 3 different ways) and please add a way to number books in a series. When I go on vacation I buy an entire series & it is a pain to sort them out if there are more than 5. SK.

- Fantastic app

I love this app and use it all the time to read books. Fantastic, easy to use.

- Always at my hands.

Love the kindle app, books at your fingers and your time to read without interferences.

- Still no parental controls after years on the market

While the app itself works great, the utter lack of parental controls is astonishing and disappointing, to say the least.

- Incomplete, buggy, and suffering from distorted text

The reading experience has gotten fairly good, especially with continuous scrolling, but a number of issues hold the app back. The biggest is a visual bug with distorted text. In portrait mode, the lower 15-20% of the screen doesn’t scroll smoothly; there’s a wobbly shimmering effect that’s really distracting. In fact, it isn’t even a scrolling issue: the text in the bottom portion of the screen is jagged and misaligned even when not scrolling. It’s broken, plain as day. I reported it months ago, and Amazon support said they were aware of it, but it’s gone unfixed for quite a while and I doubt it’ll ever be resolve given the general quality of their customer support. They just keep telling you to uninstall and reinstall the app until you give up. Nothing ever actually gets fixed. You also can’t report content errors in the iPad app like you can on Kindle devices, which is a bummer because Kindle books are still full of them. And every now and then, the app completely craps out and logs you out when you open it, which means you have to redownload all of your books again … … one at a time, since there is no mass download button. Which is its own shortcoming in the era of blazing internet and 512GB device storage. In short, they need to stop adding questionable features and start stabilizing the basics of the reading experience.

- One of my favourites

I love It

- Kindle

Many primary authors are not included in the Amazon kindle package serving to diminish the quality and attractiveness of the app.

- Text alignment issue

No matter what font I pick, text is not properly vertically aligned. It’s subtle, but really irksome. Every other letter is noticeably off by a millimeter on the last line of any page.

- Amazing!

Love the apps.

- I love this book

Everything he said is true, tried and tested!

- Kindle is a decent app

Kindle is pretty good

- Love to read

I love having so many books with me all the time right in my phone.

- Good books

Good books

- Great app. Thank you

Great app. Thank you

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Thank you for the carefulness and thoroughness in articulating this subject matter. I long for the day when the TOV that Jesus had in mind when he said “I will build my church,” is the value of all who help.

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- Read aloud

Would be nice if there was some text to speech option

- Love it

And just discovered prime comics so I’m going buckwild on all the classic arcs that are available. Like DC’s Kingdom Come. Syncs seamlessly with prime account.

- Kindle

Great app for your iPhone!!

- Suggestion d’amélioration

Ça serait extrêmement utile de pouvoir faire des lignes, des flèches.

- The whole collection!

I first started reading NS over 50 years ago so to be able to access all his books like this is wonderful! I’m reading On The Beach to my husband rt now. So fun! Thank you for this great service! ❤️😀🥳🌷🇨🇦 Cat Si ^..^

- Strange Screen Orientation

Doesn't matter what I do (iPhone 11), every book I open flips everything to either upside down or sideways. Looked online, said there was a padlock somewhere, if there is I couldn't find it. Until fixed app is totally useless.

- Good app

Good app, but can't seem to purchase anything from it, bit of a disappointment. Have to go on my other devices to purchase anything.

- Definitely worth it

I quite like the app, it’s definitely worth the price for the subscription. Unfortunately some more well-known books, you still have to purchase but they’re usually cheaper which is nice.

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The applications Amazon Kindle was published in the category Book on 2009-03-04 and was developed by AMZN Mobile LLC [Developer ID: 297606954]. This application file size is 128.26 MB. Amazon Kindle - Book app posted on 2022-06-25 current version is 6.61 and works well on IOS 14.0 and high versions. Google Play ID: