Open the Kindle eBook. Tap on the screen. Tap the headphone symbol. Tap the downward pointing arrow to download the audiobook. Tap on Play. Tip: Tap on the Book symbol in the top of the app to return to your Kindle book. The audio will continue to play, the text will be highlighted, and the pages will turn as the Kindle book is narrated. Kindle for Android is a hugely popular app for the Android devices and is also available on the Fire. Usually, you buy either the eBook or the audio book, but whether you have a Kindle you can buy and eBook and then later add an audiobook “companion” at a reduced price. With Immersion Reading you can read and listen to your books at the same time using the Kindle app. Before you begin, make certain you own a copy of the Amazon Kindle book and its matching Audible audiobook. Books that have a matching audiobook will feature a headphones icon in the upper correct corner of the book on the Kindle App. Open your eBook.
Provided you already read the book on another Kindle device, Alexa will pick up from where you left off ultimate time. You can control the book reading just with your voice. Simply say: “Alexa, play the Kindle book [title]” to start the book. “Alexa, pause/skip/stop/resume” to control the playback. “Alexa, play the Kindle book [title]”. 4. Kindle is an e-book reader service offered by Amazon that lets people access their favorite books on the go. Most people use a special Kindle reader made by Amazon, but it’s also possible to read Kindle books on an Android smartphone by using the Amazon Kindle app. A Google search for “Android Kindle Text to Speech” came up with several YouTube videos and web pages describing the use of the TalkBack to read text from the Kindle app. This one looked promising as it showed the use of TalkBack in the Android (Marshmallow) operating system – the same as I had on my phone.
Amazon’s Kindle allows you to have a book on multiple Kindle devices with the same account, as well as non-Amazon devices running the Kindle application. Some books, notwithstanding, impose limits on the number of devices on which you can have a book at the same time, though this varies by book.