How to use the E-book app to connect your Kindle to the Kindle Fire: 5 tips

In this Aug. 15, 2017 photo, the Kindle fire is seen in this illustration illustration by Stephen Shankland/CNET/APIn this Aug., 2017 photo of the Kindle digital library, an electronic book platform is seen on a tablet in this photograph illustration by Evan Agostini/Invision/APE-Book, an app for reading and e-reading, is a new electronic book reader platform that’s coming soon to the Apple iPad and Google Chrome OS.

It’s the first app in the Kindle family to get an Apple App Store review.

It also marks the first time that a Kindle Fire has been used as a digital book reader, an option that was available only on the Fire HDX, the first Kindle Fire tablet.

In this Sept. 14, 2017, file photo, an iPad is shown in this photo illustration by J. Scott Applewhite/APThis week, Microsoft released a beta version of an upcoming version of its app, Microsoft Word for iPad.

Microsoft’s Word for iOS for iPad will be available in the Apple App store this summer.

Microsoft is expected to announce the new app this week.

Microsoft also announced that the new E-Book app for the Kindle device will be launching in the U.S. this summer, and that the company will be adding E-Books to its popular digital library of more than 1.3 billion titles.

Microsoft has also said that it will launch the E.book app for iOS this fall.

Apple announced last week that it has partnered with Microsoft on a “digital book platform.”

It’s a platform that provides a platform for reading digital books using Apple’s new Apple TV hardware, the Xbox One and the iPhone.

Microsoft says the Ebook app will be compatible with the Xbox and Xbox 360 consoles.

Microsoft said in its press release that the EBook app will provide “a new experience for fans of books that is more like a book than a book reader.”

“The new Ebook platform will be an integrated experience that works seamlessly with our existing and new content on the Apple TV, Xbox One, iPhone, and Apple TV devices, allowing fans to experience a new kind of content on multiple devices simultaneously,” Microsoft said.

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella also said in the release that Ebook will “enable customers to experience digital books on any Apple device, and more importantly, will allow them to create new content.”

Microsoft also said the E Book app will “provide a unified reading experience on all of Apple TV’s content, enabling fans to discover and share their favorite content from the apps they love, while also giving them the best possible way to discover new books they love.EBook will be free to download and run on the new Kindle Fire, the company said in a press release.