Reading a magazine on an iPhone is less than ideal (left), unless you switch to the Kindle app's text view (right). Visit the Kindle Mobile Store in your browser if you want to buy Kindle ebooks on your iPhone. Owing to Apple's maddening license restrictions, you can't buy Kindle books from within the Kindle app. Nor can you buy them from with Amazon's own shopping app. [Exasperated sigh.] But you can buy them on your iPhone; you simply have to duck out of Kindle and into your browser. Head to the Kindle Store for iPhone, find the book you want, then buy it like you normally would. Now return to the Kindle app and you should see the new purchase in your library. (If not, tap Menu and then Sync to update the library.).
Pro protect handle-it case for apple iphone 6, 6s, 7 and 8 - black/stealth tip: Bookmark that link, add it to your Home screen and put it right next to the Kindle icon for fast and easy access, Psst! Little-known fact: Amazon Prime subscribers can get free magazines every month, (That's just one of many Prime perks; here's a complete list of the others.) But would you really want to? After all, a magazine isn't exactly an ideal fit on a pocket-size screen, Indeed, upon perusal of something like "Time," you'll almost certainly balk at the amount of zooming and scrolling needed to read an article, Thankfully, the Kindle app offers a text-view mode that strips away any images and reformats the text for small-screen viewing, Just tap anywhere in the magazine to access the view options, then tap the text-view icon in the upper-right corner..
Over time, your ebook library can grow into an unruly, unmanageable mess. Just keeping the books you've already read separated from those you haven't can prove challenging. Collections to the rescue. This is the Kindle app's version of folders, a simple way to catalog books in your library. For example, you might create one collection called "Read" and another called "Unread." Now, whenever you buy a new book, you immediately add it to the latter collection. When you're done, you move it to the former.
To create a new collection, start at the Library screen, Tap the Menu icon followed by Collections, Now tap the plus sign in the protect handle-it case for apple iphone 6, 6s, 7 and 8 - black/stealth upper-right corner, assign a name to your collection and tap Create, Now tap the covers of any items you want to add, (Unfortunately, you can't filter out magazines and documents from this view; the app displays every single item in your library, But you can do a dynamic keyword search to help find specific titles.), It's important to note that books can be assigned to multiple collections; nothing is actually being moved into folders, Rather, think of this as a form of tagging; books can have more than one tag..
By default, the Kindle app doesn't show you the time unless you tap the center of the page. Prefer a full-time clock? You can have it: From the Library screen, tap the Menu icon, then Settings. Near the bottom, enable Show clock while reading. Use the Send to Kindle option in Safari to "clip" web pages for later reading in the Kindle app. I'm a big fan of apps like Instapaper and Pocket that allow you to "clip" web pages for later viewing on your mobile devices. Now the Kindle app offers a similar capability. Whenever you're viewing a page in Safari and want to preserve it for later reading, tap the Share (aka upload) icon, which is the square box with the arrow pointing up out of it. Then swipe that first row of icons until you see Send to Kindle.