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How to get free Kindle books on Android: free eBooks for your Android

Here’s how you can get free Kindle books on Android

Free Kindle books on Android

There are literally thousands of Kindle books that you can download for free on your Android smartphone or tablet. See all Android How-to tutorials.

There are two main types of books that will be free on the Kindle app for Android devices. These are the old classic books such where copyright has expired (Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, Arthur Conan Doyle, etc). The other is from aspiring authors who are looking to give away their books for free in order to build a reputation for themselves. Either way, if you are looking for a free book to read, there's plenty to choose from out there. Here’s how to get free kindle books on Android.

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How to get free Kindle books on Android.

Free Kindle books on Android – Step one:

The first thing you need to do is download the free Kindle app for the Google Play Store.

Free Kindle books on Android – Step two

From here you need to open your newly downloaded Kindle app and either sign in to your Amazon account or create a new Amazon account.

Free Kindle books on Android – Step three

Next you need to open the options menu of the app. This is the icon which consists of three horizontal lines, that can be found in the top left of the screen, once here select Kindle Store.

Free Kindle books on Android – Step four

Now you’re in the Kindle store, all you need to do is select Books > Kindle eBooks and then sort them from Price: Low to High. This will then show you all of the free books that the Kindle Store has.

It’s also worth using the Filter More option in order to narrow down what sort of book you are looking for. You can filter books into the following categories: New Releases; Genre/Category; Author; Avg. Customer Review.

It's as simple as that.

Note: You can also save books to Amazon’s free cloud via a traditional PC and then access them on your Android device by selected Options > Books and then clicking on the book that will appear on your virtual bookshelf screen.

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