Amazon Kindle will bring ePub support to the eBook device—readers rejoice!
Amazon Kindle brings a new update for its e-book reader, and it is with a spotted update on its support for ePub files, and it will soon bring it to all tablet users. Users no longer need to manually convert ePub files to a format the Kindle will be able to open, as the device can open and view it as is.
The feature is coming soon, but it already brings a promising development to the Kindle device.
Amazon Kindle: ePub support for eBook devices coming soon
According to Good report from eReader, the famous e-commerce company has already implemented support for its tablets and Kindle devices to read ePub files and make them available to the company. The new ePub support will further extend the Kindle’s library to other authors and publishers, especially since some are only available through the standard file type.
Amazon is known to use a particular file type for its Kindle devices, and it’s exclusive to them.
However, according to a recent announcement from the company, the Kindle sees a new start for the device, and that’s by allowing a new file system. It will automatically convert files to a format the Kindle will read, especially with the next update.
Other formats for Kindle systems include .AZW, .MOBI, .DOC, .DOCX, .PDF and the new .EPUB support it brings.
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Kindle Finally Allows ePub Files to Open Directly
Amazon Kindle isn’t so exclusive anymore. He does not keep his tablet for the Amazon file system only for the eBook tablet, but opens his device for other file types. The next Kindle update will bring this new feature support, and users will be able to open ePub files directly instead of manual conversion done online.
Amazon Kindle and its features
Some people say opening a book and flipping through its pages isn’t an experience they’d replace with a tablet that only has its touchscreen and LED. However, it is an economical response to the current state of the global environment, as it does not produce more waste and requires more trees to be cut down and turned into paper.
Previously, users had to manually convert ePub and PDF files before importing them into their Kindle e-books and accessing them through the tablet for their reading convenience. The process is complex because Amazon has made Kindle’s particular file system the one that opens and works seamlessly on the tablet.
The Kindle also sees the end of an era for its 3G devices in favor of the latest 4G and WiFi devices to download e-books and other files for the tablet.
Now, Amazon’s Kindle device sees better integration for audience usage and preference in reading the e-book. This is already a good feature for the device as it is something users anticipate and hope the eBook tablet will have, especially since some books are more accessible via ePub files.
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