Kindle

Tips, guides and applications for use with Kindle devices including Kindle Readers and the Kindle Fire tablet. Make the most out of your digital e-book readers and the Kindle Fire tablet by converting various files to Kindle friendly formats.

There are also exclusive tips in the posts below to enable users to open PowerPoint presentations, Word, Excel and other Office files on Kindle devices using simple tips, tricks, mobile and web apps.

How to Convert PowerPoint to Kindle or Ebook Friendly Format

If you need to open PowerPoint presentations on Kindle then there are multiple ways. Here we will base our research on this question asked on Superuser, where someone is asking how to convert PowerPoint to a e-reader friendly format. The original question says: I have a lot of documents in .ppt and .pptx (blame the …

How to open your PowerPoint .ppt presentation in Kindle

Kindle is a great tool for students allowing them to carry with the presentations in a digital format instead of the printed handouts. We can use Kindle to read the presentations that the teacher is presenting on the projector. However, porting a PowerPoint to Kindle may not be straightforward as you originally thought. Here we will explain …

How To Get MS PowerPoint Features On Amazon Kindle Fire

MS PowerPoint is the most popular application for creating presentations for university projects, business meetings, public conferences, etc. However, as the MS Office suite is limited to a handful of platforms, it becomes difficult to acquire MS PowerPoint like functionality on devices such as Android tablets. Amazon Kindle Fire is one of the fastest growing …

Enjoy TED conferences in Android

Recently TED has announced a new application available for Android devices that you can download from Google Play to enjoy the best TED conferences and presentations in your Android smartphone or tablet. This application is also available for Amazon Kindle and let you watch TED talks anywhere anytime. Accordingly to the application page available on Google …