Kindle has useful features you might want to take advantage of.Long press on a word or phrase to see its definition, emphasize it, or take notes. You can also search the entire book for that particular word or phrase, or translate it to or from another language.
Wise choice Displays short definitions in small text inline. Unfortunately, it’s not available for all books, but when it’s available, you can turn it on or off and select more and more prompts. Clicking on the short definition opens the longer definition in Word Wise and the New Oxford American Dictionary or Oxford English Dictionary (you can switch between the two), along with the translation and the Wikipedia page (if applicable).
While reading, tap the top of the screen and click “Aa” to make changes font size or type– There’s even a font called OpenDyslexic that helps people with dyslexia read more easily. You can also control margin size and line spacing from this menu.
When the Kindle is connected to a Bluetooth speaker or headset, VoiceView screen reader (by visiting Settings → Accessibility) allows you to use gestures to navigate your device and read aloud what you press. It also reads a book aloud, although it doesn’t sound as good as an audiobook.
Amazon owns good bookso it syncs seamlessly to the Kindle (press Three-dot menu → Goodreads). If you have a Goodreads account, you can view the Kindle books you’ve read or browse your library and recommendations. Long-pressing on a word or phrase, in addition to the ones mentioned above, opens an option to share the quote directly to Goodreads.
is having a browser Likewise, if you are connected to the Internet (Three-dot menu → Web browser). It’s not the best, so I’ll keep it for urgent searches.