No Kindle Required – The Complete “Kindle for iPhone” User’s Guide/Unlock the “Lightning Web Navigator for iPhone & iPod Touch” (DRM-Free with Text-to-Speech Enabled, User-Friendly)

//No Kindle Required – The Complete “Kindle for iPhone” User’s Guide/Unlock the “Lightning Web Navigator for iPhone & iPod Touch” (DRM-Free with Text-to-Speech Enabled, User-Friendly)

No Kindle Required – The Complete “Kindle for iPhone” User’s Guide/Unlock the “Lightning Web Navigator for iPhone & iPod Touch” (DRM-Free with Text-to-Speech Enabled, User-Friendly)

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  1. John M. Ford "johnDC" May 15, 2012 at 11:46 pm
    41 of 41 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    The Good, the Unnecessary, and the Unknown, March 29, 2009
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    John M. Ford “johnDC” (near DC, MD USA) –
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    This review is from: No Kindle Required – The Complete “Kindle for iPhone” User’s Guide/Unlock the “Lightning Web Navigator for iPhone & iPod Touch” (DRM-Free with Text-to-Speech Enabled, User-Friendly) (Kindle Edition)

    This book has three main topics. If any one of them helps you, it’s worth the price.

    The author has assembled the best set of web links for e-books I have ever encountered. First, there is a set of links into different parts of the Amazon Kindle store that makes searching and shopping easy. Jumping back and forth between this book and the iPhone’s Safari browser sounds clunky, but is easier that doing the same searches using the browser alone. And the links to free e-book web sites–most of which have nothing to do with the Kindle, by the way–are numerous and usefully organized. Both of these sets of links will save you time and money.

    The main topic of the book–how to use the iPhone Kindle app–was reasonably well-written, complete, and seemed error-free. It also seemed unnecessary. I read Windwalker’s book about a week after downloading the Kindle app. Everything I read I had already figured out either from the app’s help file or just by using it. If you are able to purchase, download, and begin reading this book, you don’t really need it. Not for this section, anyway.

    The book’s last section contains generous excerpts from the author’s book on the Kindle 2. I don’t have one and don’t anticipate getting one, so I only skimmed this material. No comments, good or bad.

    Overall, I recommend buying this book if you plan to read books on your iPhone–or even if you don’t, but want a good set of links to free e-books. It’s well worth a buck. And your time.

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  2. William R. Wharton May 16, 2012 at 12:24 am
    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Big Disappointment, February 17, 2010
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    This review is from: No Kindle Required – The Complete “Kindle for iPhone” User’s Guide/Unlock the “Lightning Web Navigator for iPhone & iPod Touch” (DRM-Free with Text-to-Speech Enabled, User-Friendly) (Kindle Edition)

    I’m glad this was only a 99-cent purchase. The description sounded like there were all kinds of features in the Kindle for iPhone app that were going to be revealed, but that was simply not the case! Granted, there are lots of weblinks to other sites that are reasonably well-organized, but anyone with any ability to navigate the web could come up with these links and not have to scroll through pages and pages of links, trying to find the right one. And if I have an iPhone, then why do I need all the pages on the Kindle? I don’t have a Kindle; that’s why I bought this “book”. I’m sorry, but I found this a waste of money. Glad it wasn’t much.

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  3. Rena D "Rena D" May 16, 2012 at 12:42 am
    13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    This ebook actually makes my iPhone work better!, March 11, 2009
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    Rena D “Rena D” (The Boros, Massachusetts) –

    This review is from: No Kindle Required – The Complete “Kindle for iPhone” User’s Guide/Unlock the “Lightning Web Navigator for iPhone & iPod Touch” (DRM-Free with Text-to-Speech Enabled, User-Friendly) (Kindle Edition)

    This is so awesome! I set up the Kindle for iPhone App, downloaded this book, and now I can go directly to hundreds of websites without trying to type in the address with my thumbs. Ya gotta love it! Oh, yeah, the book also tells me everything I want to know about how to use the App.

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