Question: Can I Share Kindle Books Between Devices?

If the answer is yes, you’re in luck.

Kindle books purchased under the same account can be easily shared between dedicated Kindle devices, iPhones, iPads, Android phones, you name it—and with no restrictions, either.

Sharing the same Amazon account?

Can I share my Kindle books with another Kindle user?

Loan a Kindle Book from Manage Your Content and Devices

You can loan eligible Kindle books from the page. Select the Actions button for the title that you want to loan, and then select Loan this title. If Loan this title is not an option, lending is not available for that title.

How many devices can kindle books be on?

Most books you purchase from the Kindle store may be simultaneously accessed for your personal use on up to six Kindles or Kindle-compatible devices (such as Kindle for PC or Kindle for iPhone) registered to your Amazon.com account.

How do I share Kindle books with family on iPad?

From the Manage Your Content and Devices page, select the Your Content tab near the top.

  • Find the Kindle book you want to share. Check the box next to it.
  • Tap the ellipses next to the box and select Manage Family Library.

How do I share Kindle book with a family member?

Here’s how:

  1. Head to the Manage Your Content and Devices section of your Amazon account.
  2. Select the Show Family Library link from the Your Content tab.
  3. Select the book(s) you’d like to share with a family member, and then click Add to Library.
  4. Choose a family member, and then click OK.

How do I share Kindle books?

Loan a Kindle Book from Manage Your Content and Devices

  • Go to Manage Your Content and Devices.
  • Select the Actions button for the title that you want to loan, and then select Loan this title.
  • Enter the recipient’s email address and an optional message.
  • Click Send now.

How do I sync Kindle books to multiple devices?

Sync Your Books & Personal Documents Automatically

  1. Go to Manage Your Content and Devices.
  2. Select the Settings tab.
  3. Under Device Synchronization (Whispersync Settings), set Whispersync Device Synchronization to ON or OFF.

Can you download a Kindle book to multiple devices?

Amazon’s Kindle allows you to use one account and have a book on multiple Kindle devices. It’s also possible to have the books on non-Amazon devices running the Kindle application. Some books impose limits on the number of devices on which you can have a book at the same time, though this varies from book to book.

Can family members share Kindle Unlimited?

Although Prime benefits can be shared with a friend or spouse (including the access to music and videos), you cannot share your Kindle Unlimited benefits with another account. Not even your spouse’s. But, you can read and listen to Kindle Unlimited books from multiple devices.

Can family members share Amazon Prime?

“Free or paid Amazon Prime members can share their shipping benefits with up to four additional family members living in the same household. To get started creating your Amazon Household, go to Manage Your Content and Devices. Under the Settings tab, select Invite an Adult under Households and Family Library.

Can Amazon household members see browsing history?

A spokeswoman for Amazon noted that Amazon Household account holders cannot see each other’s purchase history or order information, though there is a “shared digital wallet, which allows for easy purchasing of books, shows and other products.”

What if I have two Kindles on one account?

You can add multiple Kindles to your account. Having two or more Kindles registered to the same account is useful if you and other family members have the same tastes in books. If you buy a book on one Kindle, you can read it on another Kindle at the same time without having to buy it again.

Can ebooks be shared?

Share ebooks with your significant other

Amazon allows two adults in the same family to share the ebooks they buy with one another. If you’re not the only Kindle owner in your family, you’re in luck: Amazon will allow a maximum of two adults per family, to share Kindle ebooks with one another.

Where is manage your content and devices on Kindle?

“Manage my content and devices” lives there too, and is accessed via your Amazon account. On your Kindle Fire, or other device with an internet browser, sign on to Amazon. Click on Account, find “manage my content and devices”. On mine it’s in the right hand column, over half way down.