Amazon Kindle MODDED

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On the bus, on your break, in your bed—never be without something to read. The Kindle app puts millions of books, magazines, newspapers, comics, and manga at your fingertips.

– Find your next great read with Kindle. Choose from millions of Kindle books (including books with Audible narration), magazines, audiobooks, and comics. Explore new releases, Amazon Charts best sellers, and titles across genres like romance, science fiction, children’s books, self-help, religion, nonfiction, and more—and try any book with a sample in the app before you buy on

– Kindle Unlimited members can enjoy unlimited reading and listening, with the freedom to explore over 1 million titles, thousands of audiobooks, and current magazines.

– Thousands of books, magazines, comics, and more included with Amazon Prime.

Turn your phone or tablet into a book with the Kindle app—so you can read anytime, anywhere. Explore these reading features in the Kindle app:

– Read your way. Customize your text size, font type, margins, text alignment, and orientation (portrait or landscape)—and choose whether to turn pages from left to right or continuously scroll. Read comfortably day and night with adjustable brightness and background colors. Go to the Aa menu in your book to get started.

– Look up words, people, and places while you read. Breeze through words you don’t know and characters you can’t remember with the built-in dictionary, X-Ray, Wikipedia lookup, instant translations, and search within your book. Simply tap and hold a word to view its definition, or follow links to Google and Wikipedia to get more information.

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– Track your reading progress. See what percent of the book you’ve read, real page numbers (for most top titles), and how much time you have left in the chapter or book based on your actual reading speed.

– Bookmark places you want to revisit, and make highlights and take notes throughout your book. Open My Notebook to see all your notes in the same place.

– Hop, skim, and jump with Page Flip. Flip between pages or get a bird’s-eye view of your book with Page Flip—don’t worry, we’ll save your place.

– Zoom in on high-definition color images in Kindle books, magazines, comics, and manga.

– Sync your books across devices. When you’re reading a book, the Kindle app will automatically sync where you left off—along with any bookmarks, highlights, or notes—so you can start reading on one device and pick up where you left off on another.

– When you can’t read, listen. Switch seamlessly from reading your Kindle book to listening to the Audible book, all within the Kindle app.

– Get notified when authors you love have new releases.


Several experience improvements and bug fixes.


44 comentarios en "Amazon Kindle MODDED"

  1. Will Zilch dice:

    Overall the app is awesome. However, I recently found an annoying layout issue. BUG: I have a OnePlus 9 pro, and there’s a camera cutout in the top left. While reading, below the camera is the in-app clock, and below that is the book. If you remove the clock there’s still that wasted space where there could be another line of text from the book. The app should increase the vertical space and move the clock to the right of the camera.

  2. Patrick Murray dice:

    I like and use the app often. I dislike the limited selection and inconsistencies between selections. Sometimes you can freely rotate the book and others are blocked from rotating. Sometimes you can stretch an image to see it more clearly and other selections, you can’t. There seems to be little rhyme or reason other than possible deal with the author. Also dislike the limited availability of adult content.

  3. three views dice:

    good app overall for reading text….however…reading graphic novels can be a bit challenging on smaller devices, even with the ability to focus on a specific image. on larger devices…the sheet music side of things will display a static image, with no ability to resize the music. So it makes it almost impossible to read. Open to suggestions on apps that allow reading sheet music.

  4. Deborah Atkinson dice:

    Kindle App is really easy to use. I especially like the convenience of reading on my phone so I can access my books when I travel without having to take a separate device. I also like being able to track my reading and books read. I do wish the app counted books read in a particular month or year even if I’ve read them previously. There have also been a few times when the app failed to give credit for reading, the most significant of which ended my 533 day reading streak.

  5. Edit- well, I only THOUGHT the last update was bad. This one is even worse. Every time I turn about three pages, it crashes and takes me back three pages. The last update was bad. The app constantly glitches. It is like it will get stuck on one page, and will keep randomly jumping back to that page. Sometimes it won’t open, or opens to a blank screen. It will randomly highlight text and then start page jumping so you can’t get back to the highlight to remove it.

  6. This was a good app. It still may be. I have purchased a lot of books and boxed sets. since the ability to purchase has been removed, I will now only read KU titles, unless I happen to be on an older phone or tablet, or until that option is broken as well. I rarely purchase books on the computer. It is not very convenient. I understand it was a decision Amazon made, and that is ok for them to do so, just means my options for titles has been made smaller.

  7. Craig Shea dice:

    It’s ok. Dark mode is difficult because headings are dark blie on black. Images kind of suck. You can’t really zoom in enough. And I read lots of technical books. Sample computer code sucks due to awkward line wrapping. All in all for refular novels, great! For technical books, not so great. Oh, and also the need to email books into the app instead of just using a file chooser–that stinks too.

  8. FIX THE BUYING!!! I have previously had the unlimited Kindle reading and had no issue what so ever, I absolutely loved it. And recently signed up for the Kindle unlimited again but now I have to go to the website, search for the book I want, buy it, find it in the library on the website, hope it downloads to my app, and then when I go to my Kindle app it shows up as a sample and it will jump from page 7 to page 60. This is very irritating! Might as well cancel my membership.

  9. I used to love Kindle. Been using it for 10+ years. But this new update has transformed into a hellish mess. When I get a new book, it may or may not show up. Then all of a sudden NONE of my books show up on home page. I go to library and I might find them. I download books from my local library. I try to redownload them, but Amazon won’t let me download again. Says already downloaded. Please please fix these problems.

  10. Edit10/19/22 I have now twice lost my reading streak because the app is not syncing what I’ve read and has now started to erasing hours of reading progress when I’ve never had a problem before. I noticed that after the update for not being able to purchase books through the app that almost every other time I open the app it moves me back in the book I’m reading some where between 3-20 pages I’ve tried syncing to the furthest read when this happens but it always says that I’m at the furthest.

  11. I’ve been using the kindle app for a little under three months. I have always been a physical copy of the book person… But I started a job where I have a lot of downtime and can’t carry much but my phone on me… so I made the switch.. it took a while for me to get over the feeling of motion sickness, but I’m glad I did. kindle provides options at lesser prices, I’ve raced through 70% more books than I would have, having the physical copy. I still read paper at home, but I’m happy I got kindle

  12. Fred Kampe dice:

    Kindle has so spoiled me by enabling me to access my entire library of books everywhere I go that I can’t go back to paper. Because of the convenience, I read more! Kindle keeps track of the consecutive days and weeks I’ve read which spurs me to read more. Also, Kindle has ability to highlight passages making it easy to return to them if I wish. Yes, I don’t like being so tied to a company, AMZN, but so far hasn’t been an issue.

  13. I’ve changed my star rating now that the necessary app adjustments have been made. I still wish they would communicate with app users about ongoing issues. —— My latest issue with the Kindle app has to be the worse one I’ve encountered so far. The app keeps going back to the same page and saving it as my further page synced. I have removed books and then downloaded them again and uninstalled the app and reinstalled it, but the issue continues. I hope the issue is fixed soon. 7.1.22

  14. Not being able to purchase books is a problem. It would be fine if I could do it through the Amazon app, but I can’t do that either. Opening Amazon in browser is something I’m never going to do, so I guess no more new digital books for me. Minus another star because books I’ve purchased have disappeared. So frustrating

  15. Terry Kerr dice:

    Great app!!! Easy to use, humongous and diverse selection! Easy to select and return books. I’ve always been an avid reader my whole life and was concerned that I would never transition to digital format. I did transition and absolutely love having a book to read at my whim (because you always have your phone on you). If I have to wait in a long line, dine by myself, etc- out comes the book. And now I don’t have the clutter of books that I’ve not read yet or didn’t like. GREAT APP!!

  16. Kindle App is really easy to use. I especially like the convenience of reading on my phone so I can access my books when I travel without having to take a separate device. I also like being able to track my reading and books read. I do wish the app counted books read in a particular month or year even if I’ve read them previously. There have also been a few times when the app failed to give credit for reading, the most significant of which ended my 533 day reading streak.

  17. I absolutely love this app. Never have any problems with it and can read to my heart’s content. Access to books I want, instantaneously. It is awesome. works great with Kindle Unlimited. You do have to go to Amazon to buy books you want to keep but honestly you just mark them your list and it’s not a problem.

  18. Tru Honest dice:

    I do NOT like the changes made to this app. I’ve used this app for about 8 years now and I’ve loved it. However recent changes to the app like not being able to perches are forcing me to look at other e-reading apps. I’m very disappointed, as I’ve spent thousands of dollars over the years on my digital library through Amazon Kindle.

  19. Nitephall dice:

    I love the Kindle app. They keep adding features and improving it. I particularly love the X-ray feature and continuous scrolling. It sucks that you can’t buy books in the app anymore, but apparently that is not allowed in apps from the Google Play store anymore. Makes no sense, because apps these days are loaded with in-app purchases. Why not Kindle? What you have to do is put a book on a list and then go to Amazon, pull up your list and buy it from there. Rather silly! Can’t we work this out?

  20. I think it’s the best e-reader out there and I like that the new model is waterproof. the lighting is fine and the text is pretty readable, but it’s very difficult to pick new books out on it and won’t let you make a large font when you’re not reading a book, so the small font means you really need your reading glasses unless your eyes are good when you’re researching what to read next. also the touch isn’t always accurate and I’ll be trying to set a bookmark and it puts me in a menu.

  21. I love reading on my Kindle. I love having the ability to have hundreds of books on me at all times. However, I have had to drop my review after this latest update. With this update they have removed the open dyslexic font. If you don’t have dyslexia this won’t be a big issue for you. But for those of us who do struggle with it, the removal of this accessablity feature means reading will become more of a struggle, and possibly a deterrant. I hope Amazon adds the feature back, but I doubt it.

  22. Psy Lovely dice:

    I absolutely LOVE the Kindle app. I can use it on all my devices and it takes hardly any battery. Downloads are quick with no delay time. Annnd!!! One of the best perks is that it picks up where I left off on my other devices. so I don’t have to go searching or remember which page/chapter I was on. Not to mention their amazing prices! Hard to beat, highly recommend.

  23. Larry Odom dice:

    The Kindle app is great. Having used the app for several years I find it tedious to read a hard back book. The one thing I dislike eminsally is the recent change in the method of purchasing Kindle books from the app, which makes it necessary to place the book on a list then leave the app to locate and purchase the book on Amazon. You would think Google and Amazon could resolve whatever differences they have and return to in app purchase !!

  24. Carl Wood dice:

    I am giving such a low rating to this app is for two reasons. I love the feature that reads the text out loud while you follow along visually on the page however this feature only works on the Kindle fire tablet and not with other Android devices. I use my fire tablet a lot but it sure would be nice to have this feature on my phone as well. Secondly, I can’t believe they did away with the ability to purchase new digital books from within the app. It is a huge pain to have to go to the Amazon app

  25. Amazon needs to invest in their Reader! Both the android and Microsoft app for the kindle reader are lacking. There needs to be better highlight tools such as underlining and various colors. Also, there are system stability issues. Again, every format of the Kindle reader needs to be modernized. They are all so out of date with presentation and performance abilities of modern software. PC, Mac, android.

  26. I’m getting sick and tired of Audible and Kindle not syncing right. I have this issue a lot! I was doing immersion reading yesterday. Which is listening to your audio book and following along on the ebook. It was working fine yesterday then there was a Kindle update and boom it’s gone. It’s out of sync and I don’t have the audible function with my ebook at all when I damn well do! I’ve had this issue for years. Contacting them does nothing. They can’t figure it out. Both of my devices!

  27. There are some issues with the app. After one of the updates to the app the problem showed itself. Now when I exit out of the app it puts the place where I stopped reading back several pages. In order to fix it they said they HAD to go into my divice aka my phone, to see what the problem was. Um. NO. They are not going into my phone to look around! I have reset my phone at least 10 times, but the problem remains. I have uninstalled the app 2x, but it remains. Its the app, not my phone!

  28. Highlight Options Are Gone. When you first open the app it usually works fine a couple highlights, maybe. But after that, the highlight options go away. I can only highlight, can’t change color, can’t copy, can’t add a note, can’t do anything with what I highlighted. It’s been like that for a few months. I’ve uninstalled and reinstalled already. Smh

  29. Drew Pike dice:

    This is great for someone who reads a lot. Add in prime and there is endless reading. I would like if there was a way with books you have read could or would be automatically placed in a folder with name of book author and if it is a series. Would not make it so hard to remember. Could also have a way to quick and easy rate a book. I would think the authors would like this it should give them more ratings.

  30. I have used the Amazon Kindle app for years on various phones to my great pleasure and satisfaction…until now. The fact that you can’t purchase titles directly through the app is ridiculous. I can make purchases directly from the Amazon shopping app; what is the difference? I can send and receive money with PayPal, and I can manage my finances through banking apps, but I can’t buy an ebook directly from the e-reader that I have relied on for a decade. Get it together.

  31. This app is frustrating. When scrolling through daily specials, items will open that I haven’t selected. I can’t turn off notifications about deals that I don’t care about. And now that purchases can’t be made on the app, it’s nearly useless. Time to do a tip-to-toe overhaul, Amazon!

  32. Loss of ability to purchase books within app is tremendously aggravating. Also removed expandable chapter menu for Bible (previously main menu showed individual books and then tap to show chapters; now every book and chapter is expanded (requires a lot of scrolling to skip around)). Also, clicking on a footnote hyperlink doesn’t go straight to it; have to swipe the reading page before it jumps to the footnote, which also swipes to the next footnote page (same to go back to the reading page)

  33. Red vegas dice:

    This is so much more convenient than buying enless books that you run out of room for, and I didnt have to buy a tablet! I can read unlimited books( i read a book every 1-2 days) on my phone, so the $10 subscription a month is totally worth it. Its like having a library at my fingertips. I’m very happy with this service and the app functions very well.

  34. Much of my life is spent on Kindle these days. I love having one place to go for my reading binges. I don’t buy a lot of books, rather I get a lot from my local library. My suggestion for improvement is offering more flexible options for text fonts and background colors. It’s surprising how little flexibility there is. Mostly I stick with black or green background; I never use white.

  35. I Love this Kindle app for my android phone. I have a 4G government phone which seems to glitch up quite a bit across most applications at times. Once I open the app and start reading I can read from different books 📚 in the same sitting. I really Love that I can change the font style and size for ease during reading. Easy page turning. I can highlight passages, save my place and it comes with a built-in dictionary for quick reference to unknown words and definitions for understanding! HAPPY 😊

  36. The reading part of app is the same great app it has been for years but not being able to actually buy books in app is bring it down significantly. The fact that they decided not to just pay the fee google play store asked or negotiate with Google and instead inconvenience the customer is pretty frustrating. I have an actual Kindle but the interface to purchase on there isn’t easy and buying on the computer is hardest of all so buying on the app was my go to way to purchase books from Amazon.

  37. Terrible. They pulled the apps ability to make purchases in the digital reader. Making the app a library of my previous purchases and not an active marketplace for me. I guess they want me to buy another kindle but no. I’m not playing the endless digital device game. I now have to either choose a different phone app e-reader or just head back to bookstores for actual real books.

  38. Deb Aiello dice:

    Suddenly, would only display landscape on my Android device, so was forced to upload new version of Kindle app. (New version will not allow purchases of books from the phone so that purchases can only be made from the website). At any rate, now the app doesn’t load at all. Will probably require new device. So tired of this move by developers. Thanks Amazon

  39. Les Plack dice:

    I really like Kindle. Having a good selection of books in a light weight container is a real plus. So is being able to read in bed and keep the room dark. Reverse field screen is very relaxing for my eyes. Kindle keeps a file of my many highlights and comments so I can easily find them and refer right back to the text. I give it 4 stars because nothing is perfect.

  40. I used to like this app but lately they keep removing functionality. In order to buy books you now have to use the website (fine, whatever) but now you can ONLY add books to the default “Wish List”. If want to add it to a different list, you have to add it and then go to the website and move it, which defeats the purpose of browsing books in the app at all. (Idk maybe that’s the point.) Either way, it’s super irritating and I’m seriously thinking of switching to Google play for my books.

  41. My go to for reading. I wish I had this option in grade school! I would never read books before Kindle. I am dyslexic and reading a traditional paper book has always been a struggle. With kindle I can customize the font (to dyslexic font) and change the page background color (from white to sepia) to make it more comfortable and easier to read. Since then, I’ve read countless books and I’m always searching for the next!!!!

  42. I read several hours every day, and ot started becoming an issue with my budget. Thankfully I found Kindle Unlimited, and can read as much as I please. The monthly subscription is about the cost of 1 or 2 books, so definitely a great value for me. I can start a book on my tablet at home, and continue reading the same book from my phone during my morning commute. I discovered some great authors, and have recommendations from the app for books in my interest. I recommend the app to any reader

  43. Brianna A. dice:

    This is a nice app that I use daily, but I HATE the new update. I have over 15 reading lists that I use to organize my books, and the new update has made it so that any new book added to a list automatically goes into one default list – I used to be able to pick which list I added a book to. It’s incredibly frustrating and inconvenient when a feature I use daily is updated in a way that I have no say over and negatively effects my routine. Please fix this, or give the option to turn off default.

  44. Love opening the books up from my phone or tablet device with Kindle, but I do need to get back to having the actual 📚 books 📚 on hand, to reach for at my whim & rebuild my collection. It’s safer on the eyes to read from the books also (due to “blue light” from the devices), & you get better sleep. So while apps are really convenient, books are always better.

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