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Kindle Fire allow books to borrow?
« on: October 07, 2013, 03:07:46 PM »
Can we lend books to others in Kindle Fire?

I was wondering if at all Kindle Fire is meant to be for books then is there any concept available like borrow and lending books as like in the physical world library?

So that we donít have to spend money all time for books?

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Re: Kindle Fire allow books to borrow?
« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2013, 04:04:58 PM »
Yes, of course Kindle Fire supports the concept of Borrowing and lending books which was planned majority during the release of the new Kindle Fire tabs but there are few points which have thought about before going for this as if everyone borrow as many e-books as they wanted, then why would anyone ever buy an e-book so keeping this in mind some fairly useful initiatives have come for the Kindle Fire owners.

One of the strategy which is followed in this is Loan the title. Now if a particular E-book as the title named as loan-eligible then the book can be lend to another Kindle pal for 14 days max where your access to the book will be completely revoked till the book is with your Kindle pal. One more strategy which is followed is that you can lend only one book at a time.

Now to check whether the e-books which you already have the loan option you can simply go to Kindle Store -> tap the options barís menu icon -> Choose your kindle account. Next to each book you have purchased Action pop-up menu, check for ďLoan the tileĒ option if it is there then it means you can lend the book if not itís not possible to do it.

There is yet another program arrived during the Kindle release which is called as Kindle owners lending library where it is available only for Amazon Prime subscribers which letís you to check out one Kindle book per month and keep it as long as you like. Then you can borrow another book again once you return the book to the library.

There is one more service announced by Amazon which is known as Public library eBooks where there is like more than 11,000 public library websites together and you can borrow any book you want. You will need a account to log into the local library site.

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