How to Upload eBooks and Documents to Your Kindle Account | The Digital Reader
For over three years now, Amazon has offered Kindle users free cloud storage for their ebooks. This Kindle Cloud supports many of the same reading features that you get with ebooks bought from Amazon, including highlights, notes, bookmarks, dictionary lookup, and syncing your reading position across all of Amazon's Kindle apps and ereaders. It's pretty useful, and here's how you can set it up. First things first: Do you want to do this the easy way or the hard way? The hard way is much more useful and works from any email account, but the easy way works just as well and is less hassle. Table of Contents The Easy WayThe Hard WayAddendum I'll show you the easy way, and then the hard way. You tell me which is better. The Easy Way The easy way to send ebooks and documents to your Kindle Cloud is to install an app called Send2Kindle. There's a version for Windows, OSX, and Android, and once it is installed and configured it is dead simply to use. For the PC app, simply select the file you wish to send (in Windows explorer, for example), right click on it, and choose the Send2Kindle option. This should also [...]