Amazon is trying to get more people to buy its ebooks online, and one of the ways to do so is by giving them to others.
The company launched a new ebook-sharing service called Kindle Lending last week, and now it’s bringing the same feature to its e-book store.
The company will offer free access to ebooks on Kindle Lend as part of the service, but it’s also adding the option to borrow books from others.
To borrow a book from others, you need to log into Kindle Lender and go to the book page.
The screen that pops up will ask if you want to borrow a specific book.
If you click yes, Amazon will then ask you to enter the name of the book and a link to where it is available for free download.
Then you can either share the book with your friends or even share it with Amazon itself.
The service’s new feature is called Kindle Loans.
It’s essentially like an ebook lending program, with a limited number of available books available for borrowing.
You can only borrow one book per person per day, but the number of books available varies.
Amazon will also offer an “eBook Loaner” option, which will allow you to borrow the book for free.
You will need to pay for the book, but Amazon will cover all the costs associated with the book’s purchase, like shipping, return shipping, and book royalties.
You don’t need to make an investment in the book in order to use Kindle Lenders, and the service is available now.
There’s no word on when the service will go live, but there’s also no indication as to when the feature will be removed from the Kindle store, and you will need a Kindle device to use it.
The only other Kindle lending feature Amazon is bringing to its service is a $10.99 Kindle loan program, which is available only to Kindle owners who have an Amazon Fire tablet.