It is possible to transfer files and docs to the iOS app for Kindle. If you are not able to send files and docs, then you might not be aware of the process. Let us find out the exact process in the following blog post so that you don’t find any issue in transferring files.
After redesigning, the user will be able to get a wide range of things, from photographs to manuals of the game on his/her iPhone. Sending a document will not be done as it is, as there is a setup, which you have to follow, yet it's anything but difficult, plus it bolsters a scope of document types. If there is any confusion, then you can go to ‘manage my Kindle account’.
Before you do anything else, you'll need to ensure that you have registered to the Amazon account on the Kindle device or the application that you’re using. If you have already sign-in with your account on Amazon, then it is a lot easier for you to follow the steps that come after that.
1. Register your email address
You can only send docs to your reader from those email address, which are approved by Amazon. This must be done on the main website, i.e., Amazon.com — yes, we are aware that it is better to do it from the application, but we can’t do much about it, as it goes like the way it is mentioned. Under the document settings, you need to go to "Manage Your Kindle", and include your email address that you want to send docs from under "Approved Personal Document E-mail List”. Just save it and use it for any device later on. Also, check whether or not the device you are using is on the ‘manage Kindle devices’ list.
2. Check your Kindle address
In agreement with your endorsed address list, you are going to see an area by the name of "Send-to-Kindle E-Mail Settings." At this place, you are going to see the locations for your individual gadgets, which will be like [youraccountname]@kindle.com. If you can’t find this email address, then you might want to do Amazon Kindle update. If you want to customize the address, then just click ‘Edit’ next to that particular device. The same information will be provided on individual devices as well. If you are using iOS, then you can go to Kindle app and then, ‘Docs’ to see the email.
3. Send your document
After you change the settings, it's a great opportunity to send the document. You need to create an email to [youraccountname]@kindle.com, in which you will have to include the documents as connections. Ensure it's one of the upheld document types that are found. If you are unable to find it, then seek Kindle Help. The majority of the documents and pictures will be okay, in spite of the fact that PDF files are still documented as "trial."
Multiple documents can be either sent as independent connections to the same email or joined as a solitary compress document. On the off chance that you need to have a document changed over into Amazon's .azw position, place "convert" in the title. The process of sending a document in Kindle Fire is also same, and if you are not being able to send it, then try to do Amazon Kindle Support Update in order to check if there is something missing in your account.
4. Check your application or Kindle
On your Kindle device or application, you have to open Kindle library and revive to check for the doc. If there is any non-PDF document under 5MB, then it should arrive within 5 minutes. Beyond that size, the time taken by the file would be a bit more. Other changes such as bookmarks will be synced automatically in the iOS app once the document has reached. The process is same on Kindle as well.
This was the entire process, so if there is anything unclear or confusing, then please log onto www Kindle Com Support for better information.