Amazon launches new Prime reading program for their Kindle users. Take a glimpse at below content to know more about this latest reading program.

This e-reader needs no introduction, Amazon holds the series of fine e-readers under the category of Kindle. Those who are using this device can utter the more praising words about the functionality, features, and services of this device and if you’re new to it than we would like to tell Amazon holds various Kindle models such as Kindle (base model), Kindle Paperwhite, Kindle Voyage and Kindle Oasis. If you’re going to buy this device then once take look at the specs of all devices so you can decide that which Kindle is suitable for you and existing users of Kindle can visit Www kindle com support for any kind of technical support or assistance.


Beginning this month, Amazon Prime memberships holds new aspects: Prime Reading. Under this program, the $99 Prime subscription now grips free access to over one-thousand e-books, comics, and magazines. The content on offer will rotate, hopefully, give encouragement to subscribers so they can read more and at last spend money for additional e-books. If you’re already using this astonishing device then you will be part of more services in future perhaps and you’re free to take any type of Kindle Help from the Kindle professionals.

This service is available on all devices sprinting the Kindle app, rendering it distinct from the Lending Library of Kindle Owner, which provides Kindle and Fire owners one free e-book rental(per month). Those who have Prime Membership will still have access to Kindle First, the program providing member’s one free latest release initial to its date of publication.


Prime Reading emerges to be similar to one-half of Kindle Unlimited, the $9.95 subscription program that permits members to a particular brochure of e-books, magazines, and audiobooks. The other half of Kindle Unlimited is supposedly the ditto as Audible Channels for Prime, which is the audiobook category of Prime Reading. CNET published a fine breakdown of the mass Amazon programs involved, and not involved, in a Prime membership; it’s growingly apparent that it makes more sense to Prime subscribers than to one of its isolated services.

If we talk about e-book subscription service, then Prime Reading is not the first one. It follows the expiration of Scribd’s unlimited subscription service (earlier 2016, Scribd restricted its subscription catalog to avert heavy readers from over-consuming cost-free content, which was beginning to render the service with no profit) and Oyster, which shuttered about a year after the launch of Kindle Unlimited.


The restriction of the catalogue of Prime Reading is likely intended to avert Amazon against so-called Super Readers, who in one genre read all the available content that contributed to Scribd’s progress. Amazon is betting that those who holds the Prime membership won’t read all the e-books in the library but will seek out same content that is not a part of the subscription, thus buoying its already adding growth in e-book sales.

Amazon also holds the Fire series full of tablets, if you’re a Kindle Fire tablet user then you can also ask for Kindle Fire Support from the Kindle experts and technicians for the appropriate and better solution. If you’re new to this device, then don’t forget to be a part of Kindle Unlimited Service and Kindle Singles, where you can explore the creativities of many popular authors. For any useful information and query or for any latest update you can stay tuned to Kindle’s official website.