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Managing Your Subscriptions on Kindle Keyboard
For general information about Kindle subscriptions, including delivery information, payment questions, transferring a subscription from one device to another, or cancelling or reactivating a subscription, see Managing Your Kindle Subscriptions. Use the information below for specific information about subscriptions on your Kindle Keyboard.
Starting a Subscription on Kindle Keyboard
You can start a subscription to a newspaper or magazine on your Kindle Keyboard through the Kindle Store. With your device connected wirelessly, from the Home screen, press Menu and select Shop in Kindle Store. Choose the Newspapers or Magazines category to start shopping for Kindle subscription content.
You can also search for subscription content in the Kindle Store at Amazon.com. Click the "Subscribe now with 1-Click" button. You can choose which Kindle device registered to your Amazon account you would like the subscription delivered to from the dropdown menu. If a single issue is available for purchase without a subscription, you'll also see that option.
Note: Your Kindle Keyboard must first be registered to your Amazon account to purchase and deliver content to your device.
Items Available Via Subscription on Kindle Keyboard
Magazines and newspapers in text view
Text view allows you to navigate articles easily with the same reading experience as Kindle books.
Enriched newspaper editions
The enriched edition of Kindle newspapers includes all images provided by the publisher and can be downloaded via Wi-Fi.
Special access for some Kindle newspaper subscribers
Your subscription to the Kindle edition of The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal also grants you additional access to these publications. Learn more about special access for Kindle subscribers.
When you subcribe to your favorite blog through your Kindle device, it will display as a single entry, like books. When you sync your device to check for new items, your Kindle will download the complete feed so you can read your blogs offline.
Blogs are available for U.S. and UK customers.
Reading Your Subscriptions on Kindle Keyboard
When you open your Kindle subscription content, you will see navigation options at the bottom of the screen:
View Section List -- takes you to the section list of a newspaper, magazine or blog when you press the 5-way controller. Use the 5-way controller to select the section or article you'd like to view.
Next Article -- advances you to the next article.
Previous article -- takes you to the previous article.
You may also press the Menu button when reading your Kindle subscription content for more options, including adding notes or highlights, search, and to keep the issue. Select Clip This Article to save a copy of the entire article to your "My Clippings" file, available from the Home screen.
More information about Kindle subcriptions
For more information about Kindle subscriptions, including delivery information, payment questions, transferring your subscription from one device to another, or cancelling or reactivating a subscription, see Managing Your Kindle Subscriptions.
Zooming in on Images
To zoom in on an image, web page, or PDF document, position the cursor over the image using the 5-way controller. A magnifying glass icon will appear. Press the 5-way controller to zoom in; press it again to zoom out.
The display may change from portrait or landscape to maximize the display.
Viewing a Table
Your Kindle subscription content may contain large tables. If an entire table is not displayed, move the 5-way controller up or down and then place the cursor to the left of the table. Move the 5-way controller to the right to scroll through the rest of the table.
Your Kindle subscription content may also contain links to other sections within your magazine, newspaper, or blog. Links are easy to spot because they are underlined.
To select a link:
Your Kindle subscription content may also contain external links to locations on the web. The web browser will open automatically if your Kindle Keyboard is connected wirelessly.
Keeping Subscription Content on Kindle Keyboard
Back issues of Kindle subscription content appear inside the "Periodicals: Back Issues" folder on your Kindle Home screen. Select this folder to view the back issues stored on your Kindle Keyboard.
Only the seven most recent issues of your magazine subscriptions, and the 14 most recent issues of your newspaper subscriptions,will be stored in your Kindle Library and available for redownload to free up space for new content. An exclamation point next to an issue indicates it will be deleted soon.To keep a back issue:
The word "Keep" now appears next to the title.
Subscription Content Issues
If any content you purchase from the Kindle Store appears to be formatted incorrectly or is missing text, please visit the "Contact Us" box in the right-hand column of the Help pages to contact Customer Service. We work very hard to ensure the quality of all items you purchase from the Kindle Store, and Customer Service can help determine the cause of the error.
Kindle Newspaper and Magazine Privacy and Security
We will share the name, billing address, and order information associated with your newspaper or magazine purchase with the publisher. Publishers may use this information for marketing purposes. If you do not want the publisher to use your name and address from your subscriptions for marketing purposes, you can update your privacy setting at Manage your Kindle. We or publishers may share this information with a circulation-auditing organization, such as the Audit Bureau of Circulation and BPA Worldwide. These organizations monitor magazine and newspaper sales to provide verification of circulation numbers.
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