- 1 How can I share my Kindle books?
- 2 Can I share an ebook I purchased?
- 3 Can I transfer Kindle books to another account?
- 4 How do I share Kindle books without family?
- 5 Can I share my Kindle book with a friend?
- 6 How do I separate two Kindles on the same account?
- 7 How do I share an ebook with someone?
- 8 Is sharing PDF books illegal?
- 9 Can I share an ebook on Google classroom?
- 10 Will I lose my books if I deregister my Kindle?
- 11 Can you share Kindle unlimited books with family?
- 12 Can you hide a book on Kindle?
Lend Kindle Books
- Go to the Manage Your Content and Devices and locate the title you’d like to loan.
- Select the Actions button then select Loan this title on your eligible title.
- Enter the recipient’s personal email address and optional message then select Send.
Read a great book on your Kindle? You can share your ebooks with other folks in your home so they don’t have to buy their own copies. You’ve bought and collected a healthy array of ebooks for your Kindle library, either on a Kindle device or on your computer, smartphone, or tablet using the Kindle app.
Can I transfer Kindle books to another account?
The books that you purchase for your Kindle are locked to your Amazon account – your email address. You can transfer a Kindle to someone else any time, but you cannot transfer your books.
If you decide you don’t want to see them in an app, you have to uncheck the box on the Your Devices page. If you don’t want to share a specific book in your library, you can unshare it from the nearby page Your Account / Manage Your Content and Devices / Your Content. That should be enough to get you up and reading.
You can easily share Kindle books between family members, but you’ll have to set up an Amazon Household first. You can create an Amazon Household online or directly on your Kindle. Without Family Library, you also have the option to share some eligible Kindle books by lending the title for a two-week period.
How do I separate two Kindles on the same account?
From the Manage Your Kindle page, click Manage Your Devices. Locate the Kindle you want to deregister and click it. Click Deregister. In the Deregister This Device pop-up, click the Deregister button.
Here’s how to do it:
- Log into your Amazon account as you normally would, and head to the Manage Your Content and Devices page.
- Click the Actions button next to the book or magazine title you want to loan. Select Loan this title.
- Enter the recipient’s email address and an optional message.
- Click Send now.
Is sharing PDF books illegal?
Under Copyright law, it is illegal to distribute copies of this eTextbook, even if you are not being paid for it. This has happened before, and it is similar to the file sharing music cases.
You can now share OverDrive titles and collections directly to Google Classroom. Anyone with access to OverDrive Marketplace can sign in and share titles right away, expanding the reach of your school’s OverDrive ebooks and audiobooks.
Will I lose my books if I deregister my Kindle?
So no, you won’t lose your books if you deregister your Kindle device. You also won’t lose your books if you delete them from your device. They will still be on your Amazon account.
How many people can share an Amazon Kindle Unlimited subscription? That means there is no official way to purchase a group or family plan, nor to share it with family members from you Amazon account.
Can you hide a book on Kindle?
Tap and hold on the approximate center of the book’s preview of the illustrated cover until a menu comes out from the bottom. Tap the “Remove from Home” button. This button will appear between the “Remove from Device” (remove the downloaded copy of the book) and “Cancel” buttons.