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1. Find a site that has the book you want and the format you want.
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3, DX, Fire
2. Download it to your computer.
3. Transfer it to your device. Most devices come with software for your computer. You just hook up your eReader using the cable that came with it. You may also prefer to use calibre, a free eBook manager and format convertor that works with most eReaders including Kindle, Nook, Kobo, Sony Reader, iPod/iPad, and various Android phones .
Note: If you want to use books from Freading.com you will be required to use Adobe Digital Editions which supports time limits and copy protection.
Reading books on your smartphone can be very convenient. There are a variety of apps you can install that support different eBook formats. Android and iPhone are probably the most common, but even if you have a Windows Phone 6 or 7, Blackberry, WebOS, or Palm device you can still read eBooks on them.
Feel free to contact our staff if you are unsure which software is best for you. We will do our best to help you start reading on the go.
Check out Your Unofficial Kindle Fire Manual (PDF) by Christian Cawley.