Everything You Need to Know About Kindle Unlimited

If you're an avid reader, we're willing to bet you have a very strong opinion about e-reading, like on a Kindle.

Some readers will only read physical, flip-through-the-pages books, while other readers solely prefer devices like Kindles. Very rarely will you find someone who does both! However, if you do find yourself a Kindle lover, or are trying to find out why people love the Kindle so much, we think you need to know about Kindle Unlimited. Look below for answers to all of your most burning questions!

What is Kindle Unlimited?

Kindle Unlimited is a subscription service through Amazon that allows you to read books and listen to audiobooks on any device (meaning you don't have to own a Kindle)! You pay a monthly fee and get access to a certain number of books available in the store.


How much is it?

$9.99 a month.


How many books can you have in your library at once?

You can have up to 10 Kindle Unlimited books in your library at once. This is not in addition to books you have bought on your own.


How many Kindle Unlimited books can be accessed in the Kindle store?

There are over 2 million books to choose from in the Kindle Unlimited library!


Why should you get Kindle Unlimited?

If you're an avid reader, meaning you read multiple books a month, you should definitely consider getting a Kindle Unlimited subscription. It will save you tons and tons of money down the line! Plus, it looks at your reading history and recommends books you would like, in any genre.


Are there any cons to getting Kindle Unlimited?

The only real cons to Kindle Unlimited is that you don't have access to every single book on the Amazon store. So, if there's a book you really want to read that's not part of Kindle Unlimited, you'll just have to buy that separately.


Is there anything else we should know?

Kindle Unlimited also gives you access to certain magazines—up to three as part of your subscription!


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