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Fire Tablets For Dummies by Nancy Muir

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Chapter 8

Taking Advantage of the Ereader Extraordinaire

In This Chapter

arrow Looking into what’s available to read

arrow Borrowing and lending books

arrow Opening a good book

arrow Flipping through periodicals

arrow Looking at docs on Fire tablets

Fire tablets come from a family of ereaders, so it’s only natural that the ereader you use to read books and magazines on a Fire device is a very robust feature. With its bright, colorful screen, the Fire tablet broadens your reading experience beyond black-and-white books to color publications such as magazines or graphic novels. Its easy-to-use controls help you navigate publications, bookmark and highlight text, and search for text in your books and magazines.

X-Ray is a feature that works with selected books. When a book is X-Ray–enabled, you can view information about characters in the book and jump to locations in the book where those characters appear.

In this chapter, you also discover what’s available, how to open publications, and how to read and then delete ...

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