The Kindle Paperwhite can read PDF documents natively — in other words, without converting them.
The Kindle Paperwhite handles PDF documents differently from how it handles text in the usual Kindle format: You can zoom in on a PDF document by unpinching.
Can I put PDFs on my Kindle?
All you have to do is drag and drop or copy and paste your pdf file into the Kindle’s Documents folder and it appears as an item on the Home page. Some pdfs might not display properly but they can be converted into Kindle format using a second file transfer method.
Can you read PDF on Kindle Fire?
Amazon’s Kindle Fire, like most of today’s e-reader tablets, is no longer just for reading books. The Fire allows access to multiple file types, including PDFs in both the native and Kindle formats, and offers the flexibility to view files on the device’s screen or connect it to a projector or external monitor.
How do I read documents on my Kindle?
Read Personal Documents
- Visit Kindle Personal Documents Service.
- Send personal documents already in your Kindle Library: Visit Manage Your Content and Devices, click the Your Content tab, and then select your personal document.
- Read personal documents on your Kindle reading app: Tap the Kindle logo, and select Docs.