How To Read Amazon Kindle Books on Windows PC

If you are an avid Kindle reader like me, I’m sure you carry it along with you all the time. However, at times when you only have a PC at your disposal, you can still easily access your Kindle content.

There are a few ways you can do that. So without wasting any more time, here’s how to read Kindle books on Windows PC. Let’s begin.

Read Kindle Books on Windows PC

1. Kindle App (Windows/Mac)
I’m sure you must have already used the Kindle app on your phone. But did you know, there’s a Kindle app for Windows too? The PC app allows you to access your Kindle library, change font style, browse sections of the book, and much more. Here’s how to download and access books through the Kindle app.

1. Download the Kindle app for PC, open the app, and log in with your Amazon ID.

Unfortunately, you don’t get a free pass with just the password. The app requires you to approve the login from your registered mobile. Keep your phone around at the time of logging-in. Once you’re done, you’ll be automatically be redirected. If not, select the Click here to refresh the page option at the bottom.

After you successfully approve the login, Kindle’s book library will automatically open. You can overview all the books in your Kindle library on the homepage. Moreover, you also have the option to toggle between the list and tile view. I prefer the latter as it displays books’ thumbnails as well.

Now, simply double tap on any book to open it in the reader tab.

You’ll notice a few similarities between the physical Kindle e-book reader and the app. For example, quick view access to the table of content, font style options, font size, page width, etc.

The best part about the app is that it lets you highlight text and make notes from the book you’re reading. You can quickly access all your notes and highlights from the Notebook section (top right corner).

Download Kindle App

In this video, we are gonna show you how to download Kindle for PC Windows 10:

Hope something helps you.

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