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How to Use Amazon Prime to Download Free eBooks

by Frank
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An Amazon Prime subscription comes with a plethora of advantages. The majority of people are aware of Prime’s two-day delivery and Prime Video streaming services, but there’s more. You may be surprised to learn that you have access to a library of free eBooks.

What Is Prime Reading, and What Is It Not

Prime Reading is Amazon’s free eBook service. It’s similar to a private library for Prime members. There are over 1,000 rotating books and periodicals in the collection, as well as some free audiobooks.

You’re theoretically borrowing the books, just as in a real library. You may only play 10 titles at a time. If you attempt to add a new book after you’ve read one and your library is full, you’ll be asked to return one first.

Another advantage of Prime Reading is the Amazon First Reads program. Prime members get an early look at books by specific writers before they’re available to the general public. Each month, you will get one of these.

The Best Places to Get Free Amazon Prime eBooks

In a web browser, you may browse the Prime Reading collection on the Amazon website. Ensure that your Amazon Prime account is active.

The Amazon Prime Reading home page.

The Amazon Kindle app is another area where you may learn more about Prime Reading. It’s compatible with iPhones, iPads, Android smartphones, Windows PCs, and Mac computers. It’s also preloaded on Amazon’s Fire devices.

On the main page of the Kindle app, you’ll see the “Prime Reading” area. To see the whole inventory, tap “See All.”

Tap "See All."

How to Get Amazon Prime eBooks for Free

You may explore the “Prime Reading” collection in a variety of ways, as we discussed above. Simply choose a title to get to its product page, no matter where you are browsing.

Select a book on "Prime Reading."

The Kindle eBook is offered as free for Prime members on the product page. Click or press “Read for Free” or “Read and Listen for Free,” which indicates that an audiobook is included.

Click or tap "Read for Free."

After then, the eBook will be uploaded to your Amazon account, and you may read it on your Kindle or in the Amazon Kindle app.

An eBook in the "Downloaded" section on the Kindle app.

If a free eBook comes with an audiobook, it will be instantly added to your Audible account. The Audible app is available for iPhone, iPad, and Android, but it comes preloaded on Fire tablets. On Echo devices, you can also use voice commands to control your audiobooks.

The "My Library" section on Audible.

Prime Reading doesn’t have the largest collection or the most features, but it’s a pleasant bonus. You may subscribe to Kindle Unlimited for $9.99 per month if you want even more eBook alternatives.

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