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Contents of your Kindle library


All Kindle content (including eBooks) purchased from the Kindle Store is stored in your Kindle Library on Amazon.de. If you have archived personal documents enabled, you can also find your archived personal documents in the Kindle Library. (Learn more.)

You can access your Kindle library by visiting the My Kindle page. In the selection menu, you can display your Kindle library in full or just books, newspapers, magazines or personal documents.

In your Kindle Library, you can wirelessly send downloads to any Kindle device and Kindle reading app signed into your account. To do this, go to the link "Your orders". You can create back-ups of your content by storing copies on your computer or other storage medium.

Hints:
  • Archived personal documents cannot be downloaded from your Kindle library to a computer.
  • Personal Document Service is available for Kindle and Kindle Keyboard and Kindle Keyboard 3G. Kindle reading apps do not support this service.
Amazon stores annotations that you have made in eBooks or in your personal documents archived at Amazon.de. These notes are instantly available when you download the content from your Kindle library. Amazon.de does not save MP3s or other content that you have transferred from your computer to your Kindle via USB instead of purchased from the Amazon.de Kindle store.

You can use your Kindle eBooks and other Kindle content on any Kindle device and any Kindle reading app signed into your account.

Access your Kindle library through the archive

All Kindle content (including eBooks) purchased from the Kindle Store is stored in your Kindle Library on Amazon.de. Personal documents are archived in your Kindle library if you have "Archived personal documents" enabled in the Personal Documents settings on the My Kindle page.

Any content that does not appear in your Kindle Home area or on the Kindle homepage can be downloaded from the archive onto your device.

To get to the archive on your Kindle:

Kindle: With your Kindle connected to Wi-Fi, press the Menu button and select "View Archived Items" to open your Kindle library.

Kindle Keyboard: With your Kindle connected to Wi-Fi, press the Menu button and select Archive to open your Kindle library.

Share Kindle content

The purchase and download of digital content from Amazon.de, such as content from the Amazon.de Kindle store, is assigned to the Amazon.de account from which the purchase was made. Digital content cannot be shared with others.

You can use your Kindle content on any Kindle device and any Kindle reading app signed into your account. The number of editions of Kindle eBooks that can be downloaded onto a Kindle device is determined by the publishers. Subscriptions can only be downloaded to a Kindle device.

Please see our Kindle License Agreement and Terms of Use for more information.

Access to magazines

Only the last 7 issues of newspapers and magazines are stored in your library. Older issues are automatically deleted from your Kindle to make room for new content. However, you can save every issue of a newspaper or magazine. To do this, follow the instructions on Permanently save subscription content.

Exceptions

In rare cases, content is not available for download. For example, a publisher may have offered content without having the rights to do so, or it may have been sued for defamation based on published content. In these cases, we may be legally obliged to prevent the availability of these titles. Issues that you have already downloaded to your device are not affected.

All Kindle content (including eBooks) purchased from the Kindle Store is stored in your Kindle Library on Amazon.de. If you have archived personal documents enabled, you can also find your archived personal documents in the Kindle Library.