To Kindle or Not to Kindle: High Five Reasons to switch to a kindle eReader

by Matthew Escosia
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By: Jireya Bautista

 

If you’re a book lover debating whether to get a kindle or not, or if you already have a Kindle and want to know a few features you might not know you can do with it, or if you’re just curious about the Kindle’s rise in the book community! Well don’t look further, here are five reasons to switch to a Kindle Reader!

 

Travel Friendly

This applies to any kind of travel as commuting, you can read multiple books at a time in a small compacted kindle, recommended to avid book readers who uses the line ’just one more chapter’. Kindles are relatively smaller and lighter compared to tablets, thus, making them portable and easy on the wrists. You can literally take an entire library with you wherever and whenever.

 

Track Reading Progress

When you’re reading a book on your Kindle, there is a feature in the Kindle app. it’ll show you how many books you finished in a given year and keep track of which days you read. A bonus is that Kindle has a text-to-speech feature when connected to a Bluetooth device that reads the book to you at your preferred speed and voice.

 

Your very own Kindle Dictionary

Kindles are with built-in dictionaries and some are with word-wise feature. With one click, you can easily learn a new word. With the look-up history stored, you can always come back to them anytime.

 

Dark Mode Feature

Kindle makes for a great e-book reader when compared to traditional tablets. But when trying to read at night, the sharp white ba Kindle makes for a great e-book reader when compared to traditional tablets. But when trying to read at night, the sharp white background light can be a problem for your eyes. Relieve your eyes using dark mode on Kindle. Also, to add on that, they have a glare-free screen, which makes the reading experience better than tablets as it reduces eye strain. Also, reading under direct sunlight is possible, unlike when you use a tablet/phone.ckground light can be a problem for your eyes. Relieve your eyes using dark mode on Kindle. Also, to add on that, they have a glare-free screen, which makes the reading experience better than tablets as it reduces eye strain. Also, reading under direct sunlight is possible, unlike when you use a tablet/phone.

 

Carry Thousands of Books Anytime

Last but not least, Kindle allows you to carry thousands of books at a time! A Kindle can hold about 250 to 300 Kindle books for every 1 GB of available disk space. A Kindle has a range of 1.8GB to 32GB Models, so you almost have an infinity of books in one Kindle that you can always look back on or read again!

 

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