Now that you have downloaded my e-book, you have a .pdf file that you might like to read! Reading my e-book on your computer is as simple as opening Adobe Reader or Acrobat. But what about reading it on your mobile device?
You have several options:
- The Adobe app is available for Android, Kindle or Apple devices. Transfer the .pdf file to your device using your preferred method (you can e-mail it to yourself, put it in your Dropbox, or drag and drop the file onto your Android or Kindle device when it is connected to a computer). Once the file is on your device, you’ll be able to open it in the Adobe app.
- If you have an Apple device, you can sync the .pdf file to your device by opening it in iTunes. Be sure to set your device to sync books. Once the file is on your device, you can open it in iBooks, which comes with all Apple devices. If you are downloading the .pdf from an apple device instead of a computer, newer devices will automatically save the .pdf to iBooks. On older devices, tap the screen to bring up a file menu and click “Open in…” then “iBooks” in the upper right of the screen.
- Do you use Kindle (either on a native Kindle or through the Android or Apple app) for all of your e-books and want to open mine there as well? Well, the easiest way to transfer this file is to email it to your Kindle! To find your Kindle e-mail address, go to “Manage Your Devices” when logged into Amazon and locate the device you want to send the file to. Look at that device’s tab to locate it’s unique email address. Send the .pdf file to that address in an email! The next time your device is connected to the internet, it will download the file. The e-book can now be found under “Personal Documents” on your Amazon account or “Docs” on your Kindle.