Ever since the Kindle Cloud Reader was released, Amazon has made the reading experience on a truly different level. It is unique because this cloud reader allows readers to have full access to Kindle’s library, which is something that most e-Readers were craving.
Now, if you think about it, while you are reading something on Kindle, you might come across a paragraph that you want to save for future reference or just share with other people.
In addition, you can also sync your bookmarks, notes, recently viewed pages, as well as highlight them.
So, if you want to know more about how you can copy and paste from a Kindle Cloud Reader so that you use it later on a different device other than on your tablet, keep on reading.
You can check out our video tutorial on how to copy and paste from a Kindle Cloud Reader:
Launched back in 2011, the Kindle Cloud Reader is a cloud-based app tool that allows users to access their Kindle libraries. You can use it offline (as long as you have previously downloaded the e-books to your device within the past month). Buying books on Kindle, on the other hand, is not a straightforward process, but we have a guide on that topic as well, so feel free to check it out.
As a plus, it is completely free to use, and the free web-based version allows users to read e-books, magazines, and newspapers on any device on which they have internet access.
The Kindle Cloud Reader is available on any device, and as long as you have a stable Wi-Fi connection, you can use it on your computer, mobile device, desktop computer, laptop, or iPad. All you need to do is sign in to your Amazon account to access it, and down below, we’ll show you how to do it:
With this method, you’ll learn how to copy Kindle books from the Cloud Reader, as well as save them as files on your hard drive. If you do it this way, you can have access to everything file you saved any time you want (while being offline), and share them with others if wanted.
Important Note: There is no Copy option for you to simply copy text from a Kindle book in the Kindle Cloud Reader, but there is a Highlight and Note option.
Thankfully, there is a way but there are more steps that you need to take in order to do it. Here is what you’ll need to do:
Lots of Kindle users like to send PDF documents to their Kindles to read comfortably on their eReaders and highlight notes as they would in a normal book. However, oftentimes the 'Export Notes' option is not displayed for such documents.
There is a workaround for that and the trick is to use the Kindle app on the phone or tablet. The steps are as it follows;
Take a screenshot and use OCR to extract text
Use the Kindle Cloud Reader on your browser
Use OCR - Image Reader (for Google Chrome)
On the other hand, if you are bored of using Kindle and you want to try out watching movies and tv shows on other platforms, you can check our blog for more information on that.
Or, if you are using Netflix and you want to set up the parental controls, you might as well do that - we have a full guide to help you with that too.
If you are using Audible, check out how to fix it if it's not syncing.