Question about Apple Computers & Internet
The Kindle Cloud should transfer them automatically when you download the app on your iPad. When you open the iPad app, there's a 'button' that toggles between "cloud" and "device". All you need to do is select the 'cloud' and select which items you want on your device by 'clicking' on them one at a time. You can do the same thing with your iPhone or other device that connects to the internet 'cloud' and the app. Hope that helps!
At this point, I read almost exclusively on my iPad. However, occasionally I'll use my iPhone too - so I just use the 'cloud'.
Posted on Jun 11, 2014
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