Mac Kindle Book Location

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Mac Kindle Book Location
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Download the Kindle desktop application (there are versions for PC and Mac). Download the books from the cloud to the app. Locate the folder with Kindle books on your computer. Copy it to disc. Download the Kindle desktop app. The Kindle application lets you not only manage, but also read Kindle books on the computer. Amazon's Kindle for PC reader saves a copy of your books to your hard drive, once you download them. Note that you have to download them from the cloud; new books aren't downloaded to a device unless (1) you told Amazon to send that book to that device or (2) you downloaded the book.

Amazon Kindle Store offers users a wide variety of ebooks. As an Apple user, it's not a wise choice that we use Kindle for Mac or Kindle for iOS to read kindle books. Why? The kindle reader doesn't support Apple retina display. The reading experience is still pixelated and too bad for more than a year. And the Kindle app for iOS is slower than iBooks app at the synchronous reading. On the other hand, the iBooks interface is more like a library. And you will feel that the books are really on your bookshelf. So this guide will show how to read DRMed Kindle books in iBooks.


Download Kindle Books to Mac First

If you don't install Kindle for Mac, please download Kindle for Mac and launch it at first. And register it with your Amazon account. Go to 'Archieved Items' in the library of the application software sidebar. And download or sync all your purchased books to the local computer.

Where can I find 'My kindle Content' (my downloaded kindle books) on my Mac? Has Amazon hidden the location of these eBooks? Don't worry, go to 'Kindle'->'Preference'->'Content Folder' in the main menu. On my iMac, the location of Kindle books is .../Users/epubor/Library/Application Support/Kindle/My Kindle Content/.

Convert kindle books to Apple ePub or PDF

How to read protected kindle books on iBooks? It seems impossible that we can get protected Kindle books into iBooks. Firstly, mostly purchased Kindle books (.azw4, .prc, .azw3, etc) are protected from DRM. Secondly, the Amazon kindle main formats are MOBI and AZW. But iBooks doesn't all support these formats except for epub. At last, how to deal with my notes/highlights on my kindle books? No need to worry, they are stored at: From the page, you can copy/past your notes into a text file.

The Epubor Ulitmate can convert any eBooks including DRMed eBooks to iBooks format. So we can keep all converted books in the cloud. For example, we can put them in dropbox for an access with ease.

Download Epubor Ultimate for free:

1Import Kindle eBooks

Install Epubor Ultimate program and click 'Add' button. It will pop up a window to prompt you locate the Kindle content. You can go to this folder by pressing 'Command+Shift+G'. Then copy and paste the location of Kindle Content as it's mentioned above into the textfield and click 'Go'. If you don't change the default path of kindle content, it will appear in the left sidebar of the Epubor Ultimate program. You can just drag these eBooks into the right main window.

2Convert Amazon ebooks to EPUB/PDF

Choose the output format,such as pdf, epub format. Hit 'Convert to xxx' button on the central bottom to begin the conversion. It takes a few seconds and the Kindle books will be converted to iBooks supported format.

3Read converted kindle books on iBooks/Apple Books

Run the Apple Books application on Mac. Navigate to 'File'->'Add to Library' and it will pop up a window for us to load the converted Amazon kindle books(drm free).

At last, press 'Add' button and it will automatically appear in the Books library when you switch to 'All Books' option.

Kindle Book Location Mac

If you want to read Kindle titles on iPad/iPhone Apple Books, you can transfer or sync the converted Kindle books from Mac to IOS with iTunes or Finder(for Catalina users).

Where Is Kindle Library On Mac

Ada Wang works for Epubor and writes articles for a collection of blogs such as