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Kindle Fire How-To Guide: Your Guide to Tips, Tricks, Free Books, and Startup Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 3214 KB
  • Print Length: 172 pages
  • Publisher: Gagler Enterprises, LLC (December 19, 2011)
  • Publication Date: December 19, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006ON624K
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,769 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Michael Gallagher is the author of several bestselling Kindle "how-to" guides, and his title "Free Kindle Books and How to Find Them" has been the #1 Kindle reference guide since 2009, which earned the rank of #53 and #72 on the Top 100 Kindle bestseller lists of all paid Kindle book sales in 2010 and 2011, respectively.

His "Kindle Books and Tips" blog has been the #1 bestselling paid subscription blog for the e-Ink Kindle in the Amazon Kindle Store since 2010; the blog features Kindle book promotions - both free and discounted - and is the go-to source for tips on maximizing the Kindle experience. You can also read the blog on the web at www.fkbt.com and it is also available via a free app in the Amazon Kindle App store and Google Play store.

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M.G. has other excellent products, especially his Free Kindle Books blog, so I didn't hesitate to buy this Kindle Fire guide. I was especially looking forward to his tips on 'free content', as he phrased it in that blog. Unfortunately, the only free 'content' he really gets into is free books - a subject he has also covered in his Free Books ebook. While it is fine and good to reprise that info here, other types of content are not really discussed ... i.e. Music, Video, Apps, Newsstand, Blogs. No mention of the Free App of the Day, which is very easily accessed with the Fire; all the free Mp3s Amazon offers are not covered; Prime Videoes are given short shrift; and the free apps that give access to other free content, such as CrunchyRoll or news and blog readers, get no mention at all.

Also, the how to use the Fire info is very basic and simplistic (and rather repetitive) - sort of Fire for Utter Noobs - with screen by screen instructions, rather than having further useful info, such as what is on the settings screen, or even something as simple as how to see your Fire's email address in the settings instead of having to navigate to the Manage Your Devices page using the web browser.

Altogether a dissapointment for those familiar with Kindles and some basic understanding of electronic devices. Might be more useful to those for whom the Fire is their first Kindle. It is very well formatted and looks great on the Fire.
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Have just glanced through it so far but it looks like it covers everything a new Kindle Fire owner needs to know. I've been a subscriber to Michael's blog since I got my K3 and have come to rely on him for tips and how-to's as well as his links and advice on how to get all kinds of free kindle books. I'm still learning all that there is to do with my Fire and having a wonderful time!

Thanks, Michael and have a wonderful Christmas!
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If you like to search for tricks and tinker with your Kindle - this book makes it too easy. If, on the other hand you want help at your fingertips so you can USE your Kindle, this is a must have.

This How-To-Guide has a plethora of great information for setting up your device. I also enjoy having the Free Books email come everyday (and ofter moe then once a day). I have tried and liked sevealr authors that would not otherwise come to my attention.
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Michael, Michael, Michael....this "senior"has learned so much from your books and blogs! I thought I loved my K2 until I got the new Fire! It's a new ballgame...and you just gave me an early Christmas present! Thank you so much and btw - good cover and good pics (sorry - visual aids!) Have a wonderful Christmas, stay safe and keep up the good work! Katie. p.s...if you ever need/want a proof reader/editor, please let me know.
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This book is downloaded onto the Kindle so I can reference whenever and wherever I am. It does cover the working of the Kindle well. I would order again.
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He is very good at teaching you how to use these devices. A must have for anyone with a kindle fire.
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Very informative and easy to follow. Especially useful for someone like myself who is not real savey in this high tech world we live in. I received a new Kindle Fire for Christmas and this was one of the first ebooks I ordered and downloaded to it. I'm so glad I did, as it was very helpful in getting me started. And the nice part about it is, I can always refer back to it anytime I need to.
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After buying and receiving the kindle fire hd, my main problem was that there were no instructions. It came with no information. I had to seek out the information that should have been provided at purchase. This book helped me understand the kindle. I'm very appreciative that this book was available.
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