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Contact your library for additional help.
You can check out eBooks from your library and deliver them to a Kindle or Kindle reading app of your choice. If you are using a Kindle Fire or Fire HD, please refer to Getting started with Kindle Fire devices. Note: Kindle Books are currently available for US libraries only.
An Amazon account
A library card
Install software (non-Kindle devices only) For computers and non-Kindle devices, install one of these Kindle reading apps:
Kindle for Android
Kindle for iPhone or iPod touch
Kindle for iPad
Kindle for BlackBerry
Kindle for Windows Phone
Kindle for Windows 7, XP, and Vista
Kindle for Windows 8
Kindle for Mac
Kindle Cloud Reader
Borrow titles from your library's website Use a computer or tablet to open your library's digital collection website (find it here). From there, borrow a Kindle Book and complete checkout on Amazon's website. You will be able to wirelessly send the book to your Kindle device or reading app. Kindle devices require a Wi-Fi internet connection to download most books from Amazon. Kindle Books checked out from your library are saved to your Kindle account so that you can download them multiple times during the lending period, if desired.
Enjoy Once you deliver a library Kindle book to your device or reading app, it works like any other Kindle Book. Your bookmarks, notes, and reading progress are synced with your Kindle account so that you can access these features from any Kindle or reading app as long as you have Internet access. Additionally, if you ever check out the same title again or buy it from the Kindle store, your notes will be preserved. You can also read borrowed Kindle Books on Kindle Cloud Reader. With Kindle Cloud Reader, you can read Kindle Books from any compatible web browser (Chrome, Firefox, or Safari) while connected to the Internet.
If you need help with Kindle or Kindle reading apps, please visit Amazon's support page.