You can read a PDF files on your Amazon Kindle device directly. However, you might be confused on the displaying effect of the PDF files and commonly, the text is overly light and small. You just have to zoom in and out the PDF page in order to fit it to the size of the Kindle screen which is quite incovenient. How to solve the problem? Why not convert the PDF to the most compatible file format for Kindle? Only once Kindle friendly .mobi and .txt files are imported, Kindle's functionalities, such as variable font size, annotation, Text-to-Speech, etc. are enabled.



To convert PDF to Kindle's compatible TXT format so as to get the best PDF reading experience on your Kindle, Kindle Fire or Kindle Paperwhite, [Only registered & active users can see links.] Register or Log In is strongly recommended, It does a great operation in converting PDF files to Kindle format: plain text, on Mac OS X. Now following steps to convert PDF then read PDF files on kindle as TXT format by using PDF to Kindle Converter for Mac. If you are using a Windows PC, you can have a try with the [Only registered & active users can see links.] Register or Log In, which is compatible with Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, etc.



How to Convert PDF Files to Kindle on Mac

Step 1: Download and Install PDF Converter for Mac
Step 2: Add PDF files from Local
Step 3: Choose output format

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