If you have an Amazon Kindle e-book reader, you may find it useful to have a service like Kindle Unlimited.
It is a platform that gives access to a large library of Kindle e-books, audiobooks, comics and magazines in exchange for a fixed monthly fee, with no hidden amounts or expiration dates. If you are an avid reader who is always looking for new books, here you will find all the details about Kindle Unlimited.
Kindle Unlimited availability and price
To subscribe to Kindle Unlimited you do not need to be an Amazon Prime subscriber. You only need a valid means of payment (credit and debit cards). Registration can be done from the Kindle Unlimited subscription portal: https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/hz/subscribe/ku.
You can enjoy a free 30-day trial. After this period of time, you will have to pay 9.99 euros per month, which is the cost of the service. Those are the prices for Spain.
You must keep in mind that both the subscription amount and the book catalog vary depending on the country. The same goes for the trial period, which, in some locations, can be up to three months.
How to use Kindle Unlimited?
The operation is simple, the best alternative is to download the Kindle app on the device where you want to read the books. If you have a Kindle, the app will be installed on the factory system. If you want to read on your Windows or Mac computer, there is no problem either, since you can download the Kindle app, which is available for both operating systems.
Once registered, you will have access to books that are marked with the “Kindle Unlimited” tag (not including all books that are for sale on Amazon) when you subscribe.
You can download up to ten books at a time to keep in your personal library as long as you keep your subscription active. Of course, keep in mind that audiobooks are not compatible with Kindles, so you will have to play them on your mobile phone, tablet or computer through the Kindle application, but not on the Amazon device itself.
On the other hand, keep in mind that the content you have access to through Kindle Unlimited will not be yours, but rather “lent to you” by Amazon. This means that if you cancel your subscription, you will lose access to online and downloaded books.