Sending a File to your eReader Device

Find specific information for transferring files to your eReader device below:

  1. Amazon Kindle Devices

  2. Apple Devices

  3. Kobo Devices

  4. Nook Devices

  5. Android Devices

Amazon Kindle Devices

If you’re transferring a .MOBI file to your Kindle device, you have a few options:

  1. Send the file to your Kindle via your Kindle’s email address (easiest)

  2. Use Amazon’s “Send to Kindle” app (easy)

  3. Transfer the file directly to your Kindle from your computer using a USB cable (advanced)

The articles linked above are provided by Amazon and should help you every step of the way. If you need more help, see Amazon’s support pages here.

Apple Devices (iPad, iPhone)

If you’re transferring a .EPUB file to your Apple device, you also have some options:

  1. Add the file to your iCloud account (easiest)

  2. Import the file into Apple Books using the “Share” extension

The articles linked above are provided by Apple and should help you every step of the way. If you need more help, contact Apple Support here.

Kobo Devices (Forma, Aura, Clara, etc.)

If you’re transferring a .EPUB file to your Apple device, you also have several options depending on your device. Kobo support offers the following:

  1. Add books to your Kobo eReader

The article linked above is provided by Kobo. If you need more assistance with your Kobo device, access Kobo’s support database here or contact Kobo Customer Care here.

Nook Devices (GlowLight, etc.)

If you’re transferring a .EPUB file to your Nook device, you also have several options depending on your device. Nook support offers the following:

  1. Add personal files to your GlowLight

The article linked above is provided by Barnes and Noble. If you need more assistance with your Nook device, access Barnes and Noble’s support database here.

Android Devices (Phone, tablet, etc.)

If you’re transferring a .EPUB file to your Android device, you’ll need to use your Google account or a USB cable and a computer. Google support offers the following:

  1. Transfer files between your computer and Android device

The article linked above is provided by Google. If you need more assistance with your Android device, access Google’s support database here.