How To Upload Non-Amazon E-Books To Kindle

This post will discuss a popular topic about uploading non-Amazon e-books to Kindle.

Amazon Kindle is a software and hardware platform developed by (subsidiary Lab126) for the rendering and displaying of e-books and other digital media. Three hardware devices, known as "Kindle", "Kindle 2", and "Kindle DX" support this platform. Kindle software applications exist for Windows, iPhone OS, BlackBerry and Mac OS X. Amazon's first hardware device, the Kindle First Generation, was released only in the United States on November 19, 2007. source

I always wanted to have a Kindle. I want all my favorite books to be with me anytime, anywhere. So, I am planning to buy a Kindle. But I have certain questions regarding the pros and cons of having a mobile library, specifically, the Kindle. I'll just ask TWO questions (and answer them, too): Can you upload non-Amazon ebooks to your Kindle? And how will you upload non-Amazon books to Kindle?

Okay, question number 1 is can we upload non-Amazon books to Kindle?
The answer is, yes, we can. We can upload Word documents, PDFs and other ebooks to Kindle.

How to do it?
We can upload non-Amazon ebooks to Kindle by following these instructions:

For Feedbooks ( is an website where thousands of free ebooks can be downloaded, where you can publish your own ebook, and where you can subscribe to and download many electronic versions of popular newspapers and magazines.):

1. Go to Feedbooks ( and download the Kindle-formatted catalogue. You do this directly on the device via the built-in browser or you can download it to your PC and copy it over via USB cable.

2. Turn on your wireless, then open the catalog like you would any ebook and browse through the available titles.

3. Choose the titles you want. Select the title and you'll be taken to a download page on the device's built-in browser.

4. Accept the download, the book will automatically be loaded onto your Kindle.

Take note that everything that you download from Feedbooks is FREE!

You can also try uploading Non-Amazon e-books to Kindle by using Project Gutenberg. Or any ebooks providers given that the ebook is in MOBI or Plain Text format. Now you know how to upload Non-Amazon e-books to Kindle. Enjoy reading ebooks for free!


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