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Lance7112
Oct 22, 2012

Read Kindle books on iPad?

iPad books on ibookstore are expensive and I DO not want to buy books from it for my iPad, then I usually read books from amazon, they are very cheap for a large range of books. usually we need a converter to achieve. heard that Epubsoft ebook converter can help greatly on this. so U can also have a try! it saves a lot for reading expense!

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Miika Hannila
03/03/2014

If you're still looking for an answer to this, here's a nice guide on how to read Kindle books on your iPad:

http://www.creativia.org/kindle-books-on-ipad.html

kreiley
11/05/2012

From an earlier post on this subject:  Just use the free app from Amazon, don't pay money and get ripped off needlessly.  

http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?ie=UTF8&docId=1000490441  

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JonesPatricia_YahM6ZZGP
10/23/2012

Well, I completely agree with kreiley that there is a application called Kindle to read Kindle Books, why to use ebook converter or anything. Anyways, it is a Question & Answer section not a section to recommend things. So, be careful next time!

 

kreiley
10/22/2012

 

Why wouldn't you just use the FREE Kindle for iPad app?  You can get it direct from Amazon, so you at least have some confidence in the publisher.  I don't know anything about Epubsoft, other than it costs $45.99 to purchase according to cnet.  True, there is a 30 day free trial, but $45.99 to read ebooks on an iPad when you could do it for free with Amazon's own app.....I don't really have to think about that decision. 

http://www.amazon.com/gp/feature.html?ie=UTF8&docId=1000490441  

 

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