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How to Put Free Ebooks on Your Amazon Kindle

The Amazon Kindle is a great ebook reader, but it’s tightly tied to Amazon’s ecosystem. If you have a Fire tablet or a smartphone, you can download other e-reading apps to beef up your library, but with the E Ink Kindles (including the new waterproof Kindle Paperwhite), you’re tied to getting your content directly from Amazon.

Well, not really! Using free software, you can take ebooks in the EPUB, Mobi, and PDF formats and zap them over to your Kindle. Here’s how to do it.

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The easiest way to put books on your Kindle is via email. To get your Kindle’s email address, go to amazon.

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