The Kindle can display some other e-book formats natively, which means these files can be loaded directly onto the device and read in the same manner as an AZW file.
MOBI files and PRC files (a format used on the Palm) can be read if they do not contain Digital Rights Management (DRM) protection.
What file format can kindle read?
EPUB is a common ebook format around the web, but the Kindle can’t read it natively. That’s okay; you can convert .epub files to Mobi files for the Kindle to read. The key is a free piece of software called Calibre.
What program opens lit files?
eBook file for Microsoft Reader
Programs that can open LIT files include Microsoft Reader and ConvertLit. Applications such as calibre and Convert Lit can be used to convert LIT files to other formats for reading on non-compatible devices or in non-compatible programs.
Can Kindle read JPG?
The Kindle can read JPEG, PNG and GIF; the latter two will work best. Because the picture-viewing application doesn’t support a table of contents, you’ll need to name the image files in ascending alphabetical or numeric order (e.g. “0001.jpg,” “0002.jpg,” etc.) Disconnect the Kindle from the PC.
What format is best for Kindle Paperwhite?
Friendly File Formats for Your Kindle Paperwhite
- AZW is the Kindle format, so most files you download from the Kindle Store will have an AZW extension.
- MOBI, a file format developed by Mobipocket, is widely used and compatible with the Kindle Paperwhite.