How to Do Everything Kindle Fire

How to Do Everything Kindle Fire

4.3 3
by Jason Rich
     
 

View All Available Formats & Editions

Maximize Kindle Fire's multimedia, entertainment, and Internet capabilities, use apps, and read eBooks--virtually anywhere!

How to Do Everything: Kindle Fire makes it easy for you to enjoy all of the exciting multimedia content, entertainment-related apps, and personal productivity features of Amazon's Kindle Fire. Learn how to register, set up,

…  See more details below

Overview

Maximize Kindle Fire's multimedia, entertainment, and Internet capabilities, use apps, and read eBooks--virtually anywhere!

How to Do Everything: Kindle Fire makes it easy for you to enjoy all of the exciting multimedia content, entertainment-related apps, and personal productivity features of Amazon's Kindle Fire. Learn how to register, set up, and customize your Kindle Fire; browse, download (or stream) and experience TV shows, movies, games, music, audiobooks, and other multimedia content; use Gallery to organize and view photos; surf the web; manage your email accounts; access, use, and edit Microsoft Office files...and of course, use the Kindle fire as a powerful eBook reader.

  • Set up and get started using your Kindle fire right away
  • Get connected to the Internet and use Amazon's Cloud Drive
  • Master the Navigation Bar, Favorites Bar, Carousel, and other Home Screen features
  • Load your Kindle Fire with music from Amazon's MP3 Music Store (and other sources), and listen to your digital music library anywhere
  • Transfer files and data to and from your computer wirelessly or via USB link
  • Manage your contacts and schedule
  • Quickly find the best deals on anything you're shopping for online
  • Read bestsellers, your favorite authors, or the latest issues of popular newspapers and magazines
  • Discover the best apps to dramatically enhance the capabilities of your Kindle Fire
  • Play thousands of popular games
  • Manage your Facebook and/or Twitter accounts while on the go

Read More

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780071793605
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
Publication date:
02/21/2012
Series:
How To Do Everything Series
Pages:
328
Sales rank:
998,376
Product dimensions:
7.30(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.80(d)

Meet the Author

Jason R. Rich (www.jasonrich.com) is the bestselling author of more than 48 books that cover a wide range of topics. Some of his recent books include: How To Do Everything Digital Photography (McGraw-Hill), Using iPhoto '11 (Que), Your iPad 2 at Work (Que), and iPad 2 Essentials (Que).

Rich has also written more than 40 feature-length "how-to" articles about the iPhone and iPad for the QuePublishing.com website that are targeted to business professionals (visit www.iOSArticles.com, and click on the Articles tab) to see the most recently published articles.

Other computer-related books written by Jason R. Rich include: The Unofficial Guide to Starting A Business Online: 1st and 2nd Edition (Wiley), Blogging For Fame & Fortune (Entrepreneur Press), Start An eCommerce Business in a Week (Entrepreneur Press) and Mac Migration: The Small Business Guide to Switching To The Mac (Entrepreneur Press).

Read More

Customer Reviews

Average Review:

Write a Review

and post it to your social network

     

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See all customer reviews >

How to Do Everything Kindle Fire 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Tunguz More than 1 year ago
Kindle Fire, like most other touch-screen devices, is a very easy and intuitive device. However, if you are not familiar with such devices, or want to understand how Kindle Fire differs from the others, then you might want to consider getting a user guide that will help you with your inquiries. “How to do Everything Kindle Fire” is one such book, and it will help you get a better sense of Amazon’s revolutionary tablet. The writing in the book is accessible and clear, although I find it a bit too verbose. If you need very detailed instructions on how to accomplish things on your Kindle Fire, then you may appreciate this aspect of the book. All of the topics are covered in some depth, with a lot of explanatory and in-depth material. If you are just looking for a quick way of getting around your Kindle Fire, then you might want to check out Kindle Fire QuickSteps instead. However, if you are interested in getting to understand the rationale behind much of the Kindle Fire’s functionality design, then this book would be a good resource to consider. The book covers the following topics: “Get Started Using Your Kindle Fire,” “Use Amazon Silk to Surf the Web with Your Kindle Fire,” “Access, View, and Edit Microsoft Office Files on the Kindle Fire,” “Transfer Data Between Your Kindle Fire and Computer,” “Explore a Sampling of Apps for Your Kindle Fire,” and many others. One thing that I don’t like about this book is the quality of graphics. All the screenshots are fairly small and black and white. For the most part these illustrations are still useful for understanding the topics and material that are covered, but on a few shots text is so small that it’s practically illegible. Overall, this is a pretty decent guide and resource for all Kindle Fire users.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I said it all 8^d
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good