Kindle Touch For Dummies Portable Edition

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 20, 2012 - Computers - 156 pages
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Your favorite books are at your fingertips with Kindle Touch!

If you adore all things literary, you'll love the Kindle Touch. Learn why with this handy little guide to one of Amazon's bestselling e-readers. You'll learn the art of navigating the touchscreen, where to find content, how to borrow e-books from the library and Amazon, things you can add to your Kindle Touch, how to play music and surf the web, problem-solving tips, and more!

  • Walks you through setting up your Kindle Touch, registering it with Amazon, getting connected, and navigating the touchscreen interface
  • Covers shopping for e-books in the Kindle Store, subscribing to magazines, sharing your favorite books with friends, and borrowing e-books from your local public library
  • Explains ways to use your Kindle Touch for more than just reading, including browsing the web, listening to music, playing games, and taking advantage of some amazing apps
  • Shows you where to find free stuff, cool accessories, and help troubleshooting common problems

Kindle Touch For Dummies is your fun and easy guide to getting a feel for all your Kindle Touch has to offer.


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User Review  - maryde1951 -

The Kindle system does not come with a manual. There are a few directions but not much information.Dummies is very elementary and understandable.I am an individual who usually needs persontoperson ... Read full review


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About the author (2012)

Leslie H. Nicoll provides editorial support to writers through her company, Maine Desk, and is a moderator in the KindleBoards Community. Harvey Chute maintains, a message-board community dedicated to the Kindle. They co-authored Kindle 3 For Dummies.

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