The new Kindle Paperwhite adds a lot of refinement over the device that first launched in 2012.
There’s support for Bluetooth – but you won’t be playing any music on your Kindle.
Oh no, this is so you can listen to Audible books via headphones or speakers.
Support for audiobooks is no accident.
Can you listen to music on a Kindle?
It can also play your music files, which can be great for listening while you read. You can also load your audiobooks and listen instead of read. If you have a Kindle Fire tablet, you can use the Amazon Music Library service to stream your music from anywhere that you have an internet connection.
Can I listen to books on Kindle Paperwhite?
Kindle Paperwhite: How to Use Whispersync with Kindle Editions and Audible Books. Prior versions of the Kindle e-reader included audio capabilities which allowed you to listen to a book on your device or use Text-to-Speech to have a book read to you. Go to the Manage Your Kindle page and select Manage Your Devices.
Can you watch movies on Kindle Paperwhite?
Yes, but only Kindle Fire supports videos (How to put your videos on a Kindle Fire – CNET). Other versions like Voyage and Paperwhite don’t.
Does Kindle Paperwhite have headphone jack?
The Kindle Paperwhite replaces the Kindle Touch before it, but it has lost the 3.5mm headphone jack and speakers of its predecessor. The Kindle Paperwhite solely consumes text, and its 2GB of onboard storage compared to its predecessor’s 4GB makes that abundantly clear.