Enhanced Typesetting and Reading Customization

Read More Comfortably with Kindle

E-reader, phone, and tablet

Inspired by the artistry of print books and powered by our Enhanced Typesetting engine, Kindle page layouts are designed to make reading enjoyable for everyone.

And, because every reader has unique preferences, Kindle lets you customize your text size, font type, margins, and more.

Make your reading experience your own on Kindle E-readers, and the free Kindle apps for iPhone, iPad, Android phones and tablets, PC, and Mac.


Print-like layouts and high quality visuals

Kindle book pages are laid out for the easiest reading experience, and they dynamically adjust based on your screen size and the customized reading settings.

And, enjoy images and charts in even more detail with the ability to zoom in on high-quality visuals.

Font, themes, bold control, and size control on Kindle

Customize your reading experience with themes

You can now save multiple reading settings on your Kindle device and quickly switch between them, selecting the font, boldness level, page margin, line spacing and orientation settings you prefer.

Bookerly font

Font type options designed for readers

Bookerly (serif) and Ember (sans serif), both Kindle-exclusive fonts, emulate the style of the best fonts in modern print books while providing great readability on digital screens of all sizes. Or choose from several other traditional fonts.

Brightness and bold control updates

Brightness controls and page colors

Customize your screen for your reading environment with a range of brightness and page color options (available on the free Kindle apps for Android and iOS).

And, on the Kindle Oasis, set the front light to automatically adjust brightness based on the ambient light.

Ragged right page on Kindle tablet app

Customizable page layout

Adjust text alignment—choose justified or left-aligned—line spacing, and margins, so your page looks just the way you like it.

Kindle E-reader with headphones

Accessibility options

In addition to the reading customization options above, Kindle offers support for blind and visually impaired readers using screen readers such as VoiceView, NDVA, and JAWS, as well as OpenDyslexic, a font preferred by some readers with dyslexia, and more.

Learn more about Kindle accessibility features.

Find all these options in the Display Settings (Aa) menu for any Kindle book with Enhanced Typesetting. To learn if a book supports Enhanced Typesetting, go to the Kindle eBook Store and look for "Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled" in the features list.