E-book readers such as Kindle and iPad are not that hard to use. They are designed in a way that almost anyone can use them. Of course, not everyone finds using these devices easy. Knowing a few tips and tricks to get more out of these devices never hurts either. If you are a proud iPad or Kindle owner and want to learn a few tips and tricks, these e-reader guides are worth a look:
iPad For Dummies: the title of this book may not be that tempting, but this book does cover a lot of things on iPad. It shows you how to get the most out of your iPad (reading, playing with apps, …).
Kindle DX For Dummies: a practical book that shows you how to use your Kindle DX, create content for it, access e-mail, use its Internet connection, and do all kinds of other things with it.
Kindle Shortcuts: a handy e-book that covers a lot of Kindle-related information. It shows you how to get more out of your Kindle and lets you know where to get content for your device. May not be for advanced Kindle users though.
Publish on Amazon Kindle with the Digital Text Platform: it’s a free e-book for those of you who want to get started with Kindle publishing. It’s not comprehensive by any means but gives you a head start.
e-Book Publishing DIY: gives you a nice overview of what writing an e-book is all about. If you are new to online publishing, this is a good guide to get you started with your new career.
Thankfully, Apple iPad and Amazon Kindle are very easy to use e-readers. Regardless, the above guides should give you the information you need to get more out of your e-reader(s).
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