After reading the above article, check out these posts: “The Kindle has Turned Me Off Paper Books” (The Guardian), “Going All-in With Ebooks” (Challies), “Why I bought a Kindle (even though I have a tablet)” (Writing About Tech).
Links to purchase the most popular Kindle devices. If you’re not sure which one to get, the standard Kindle Paperwhite is our recommended choice. You can watch this video to learn more about them and to see a comparison. Don’t forget that you don’t need a device to read Kindle books as you can simply install one of their free reading apps.
|DEVICE||SIZE / TYPE||PURCHASE|
|KINDLE||6" E-INK (Glare-Free)||USA / CANADA / UK|
|KINDLE PAPERWHITE||6.8" E-INK (Glare-Free)||USA / CANADA / UK|
|KINDLE PAPERWHITE (SIGNATURE EDITION)||6.8" E-INK (Glare-Free)||USA / CANADA / UK|
|KINDLE OASIS||7" E-INK (Glare-Free)||USA / CANADA / UK|
|KINDLE (FOR KIDS)||6" E-INK (Glare-Free)||USA / UK|
|KINDLE PAPERWHITE (FOR KIDS)||6.8" E-INK (Glare-Free)||USA / UK|
|FIRE HD 8||8" TABLET||USA / CANADA / UK|
|FIRE HD 10||10.1" TABLET||USA / CANADA / UK|
Links to tools and resources that make for a better Kindle user experience.
- Free Kindle Reading Apps (install one on every device)
- Kindle Cloud Reader (read online)
- Kindle Matchmaker (audio upgrades for your Kindle books)
- Kindle Clippings (organize your notes)
- Evernote Web Clipper (guide to saving your notes/highlights)
- Send to Kindle (send documents or articles to your Kindle)
- Goodreads (digital public bookshelf)
Links to Amazon’s own Kindle book promos.
Frequently asked questions about Gospel eBooks and the Amazon Kindle.