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Discover how the Kindle Touch makes reading even more fun!
It's touching just how much people love the Kindle Touch! If you're ready to find out why, check out this easy guide. You'll learn the art of navigating the touchscreen, where to find content, how to borrow e-books from the library and Amazon, things you can add to your Kindle Touch, how to play music and surf the web, problem-solving tips, and more!
Getting started set up your Kindle Touch, register it with Amazon, get the Wi-Fi working, and pick up some navigation tips
Choose a book select from your collection, learn what you can loan to friends, and borrow e-books from your local public library
You want more shop for e-books in the Kindle Store, subscribe to magazines, and review documents on your device
When you're tired of reading browse the web, listen to your favorite music, download games and apps, or let Kindle Touch read to you
Open the book and find:
Pros and cons of Wi-Fi versus 3G + Wi-Fi
Ways to convert and transfer files
Tips for using the built-in web browser
Common problems and how to fix them
Where to find free content
Cool accessories to keep your Kindle Touch clean and safe
Hints, tricks, and shortcuts for even more fun
Register your device, navigate the touchscreen, and get connected
Download e-books, newspapers, magazines, and Kindle exclusives
Add accessories, listen to audiobooks, and view documents on the go
Leslie H. Nicoll provides editorial support to writers through her company, Maine Desk, and is a moderator in the KindleBoards Community. Harvey Chute maintains KindleBoards.com, a message-board community dedicated to the Kindle. They co-authored Kindle 3 For Dummies.