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    I LOVE the new tutorial App for Kindle! Thanks Al!
    Rescued is my favorite breed.

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    I couldn't find that in the Amazon App Store. Where did you download it from?

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      Originally posted by baskets4deb View Post
      I LOVE the new tutorial App for Kindle! Thanks Al!
      I'm looking into going from my Nook tablet to a Kindle. What version do you recommend?
      sigpicLinda :icon_wave:

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        Originally posted by LindaKay75 View Post
        I'm looking into going from my Nook tablet to a Kindle. What version do you recommend?
        I have the Kindle Fire HD. I hardly ever use my laptop anymore.
        Rescued is my favorite breed.

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          Originally posted by jjkaiser View Post
          I couldn't find that in the Amazon App Store. Where did you download it from?
          It is in the app store: Quilting Tutorials by MSQC.
          Rescued is my favorite breed.

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            Originally posted by LindaKay75 View Post
            I'm looking into going from my Nook tablet to a Kindle. What version do you recommend?
            I've had a Kindle for YEARS. Wasn't sure at first if I'd like it, so my first one was a refurbished one. I got it in my hand and never looked back. I think I've had 5 or 6 now, not because they break, but because they keep getting better. I only ever get the Kindle readers, not the tablet. I currently have the Kindle Oasis. It's their latest and a little pricey, but I love it. It's as light as a feather and the screen rotates as I turn over in bed and switch hands. The page turns with buttons on the side, so I just have to move my thumb or I can touch the screen. If it's too much, the Paperwhite is also an excellent version.

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              Originally posted by peepers613 View Post
              I've had a Kindle for YEARS. Wasn't sure at first if I'd like it, so my first one was a refurbished one. I got it in my hand and never looked back. I think I've had 5 or 6 now, not because they break, but because they keep getting better. I only ever get the Kindle readers, not the tablet. I currently have the Kindle Oasis. It's their latest and a little pricey, but I love it. It's as light as a feather and the screen rotates as I turn over in bed and switch hands. The page turns with buttons on the side, so I just have to move my thumb or I can touch the screen. If it's too much, the Paperwhite is also an excellent version.
              I need to keep my legs and feet elevated as much as I can so I am looking for something I can used during those times. I'd like to have internet access as well as being able to read books - would the Kindle be a good choice?

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                [QUOTE=MayinJerset;894295]I need to keep my legs and feet elevated as much as I can so I am looking for something I can used during those times. I'd like to have internet access as well as being able to read books
                Not the Kindle e-readers, but maybe the Kindle "pads" which I don't know anything about as I have an iPad. Dedicated e-readers have built in lighting that makes reading for long periods easier on the eyes. I'm sure someone can give you more info on the Kindle pads.

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                  I have the Kindle fire HD 7" that came out in 2013. I love it. I don't listen to music or watch videos on it but it is great for looking up stuff on the internet (is very fast), checking out the Forum, online shopping, and of course reading. You can adjust the text making it bigger or smaller, go on Facebook and save photos to the Kindle. You..cannot make phone calls on it but it comes preloaded with Skype which I have never used.You can download books for free from the library or buy books from Amazon and get them downloaded instantly.I listen to National Public Radio alot and they have a free app so you can listen to podcasts or previously aired shows.

                  The downside is you cannot hook it up to a printer, and it only has a front facing camera (intended for using Skype) which is awful and clunky and terrible if you just want to take a photo.The newer versions now have a front and rear facing camera, like a phone--which is definitely something I would pay extra for. The new ones also have a USB port that mine doesn't have. I would do some research first, I am thinking about getting the Kindle 10, which is $229 but the reviews I read said the Kindle 8 is actually better. I might wait until the 11 comes out and see what it has because of I am upgrading I might add week shoot for a bigger screen. But after using one for about five years I can say it is one of the best and most used purchases I have ever made.. Great for traveling or taking in your purse on the go. I don't even like reading paper books anymore! And every time I needed to call Amazon customer service they have been fabulous. Lastly, the reason I picked the Kindle over the Nook in the first place was because Barnes and Noble was closing so many stores and I was afraid they would be out of business and I would have trouble finding books for the Nook. Amazon seems like it's here to stay. Good luck and have fun shopping!

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