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Amazon announced today thatKindle and Kindle app customers can now borrow Kindle books from more than 11,000 local libraries in the United States. When a customer borrows a Kindle library book, they’ll have all of the unique features they love about Kindle books, including Whispersync, which automatically synchronizes their margin notes, highlights and bookmarks, real page numbers, Facebook and Twitter integration, and more.”

 

 

How it works

To borrow a Kindle eBook you need to go to your US Library that offers digital services from Overdrive. Use your valid library card to check out the book, then click “Get for Kindle” and sign into your Amazon account. You don’t have to physically be at the library to do this, you can do it from the comfort of you home.

How getting eBooks from your Library works

Source: Amazon

Available on

  • – any generation Kindle device
  • – any free Kindle app for Android, iPad, iPod touch, iPhone, PC, Mac, BlackBerry or Windows Phone
  • – In a web browser with Kindle Cloud Reader

Full Kindle Features

You also have access to all the Kindle features you would normally have with a book you bought:

  • – Whispersync technology wirelessly sync your books, notes, highlights, and last page read across Kindle and free Kindle reading apps
  • – Real Page Numbers let you easily reference passages with page numbers that correspond to actual print editions
  • – Facebook and Twitter integration makes it easy to share favorite passages with your social networks
  • – Popular Highlights show you what our community of millions of Kindle readers think are the most interesting passages in your books
  • – Public Notes allow you to share your notes and see what others are saying about Kindle books

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