How to Open More Than One Book at a Time in Kindle
If you have a Kindle device, you may want to know how to open more than one book at a time in Kindle. The great thing about these Amazon devices that you can you open more than one book at a time in kindle, thus allowing you to read more than two kindle books at that same time.
This works great with apps like the Kindle for Mac, but you can you open more than one book at a time in kindle to make things easier for you instead of just having one book open at a time.
The following will help you learn how to open more than one book at a time in a Kindle:
1. Kindle Cloud Reader
Using the Kindle Cloud Reader is the easiest and best solution is to read more than one book at at time in Safari. If you go to read.amazon.com and get set up an account, you can you open more than one book at a time in kindle.
An alternative to Kindle Cloud Reader is Calibre (an open-source e-reader). You can use this app to copy all your Kindle content into a format that Calibre can read, allowing you to have Kindle open on one desktop and Calibre on another. If any of your Kindle books are DRM’d, use this free resource to un-DRM them.
3. Fast User Switching
The final method so can you open more than one book at a time in kindle is to set up a new user on your mac and register your Kindle for Mac app to that account also. This solution works if the Internet is unavailable or you are not comfortable with removing DRM on your Kindle purchases. The downside is that it’s slow and can be awkward to keep simultaneous notes