Option 1: Desktop
- Connect your Kindle to your computer via USB cable.
- Copy and paste the MOBI file to your Kindle (or drag & drop).
Option 2: Email
If you’re someone who doesn’t have access to a USB cable, you can quickly email your file directly to your Kindle (as long as it’s not a giant comic book or a file with tons of large photos).
- To do this, navigate to the Content and Devices page on your Amazon account.
- Click on the Devices subhead and select the device you want to send your file to. Be aware that you might have to click the device twice to view its information.
- After you can see the data, you’ll see that your Kindle has an email address attached to it.
- Open your email, include the converted file as an attachment, and send it off to your Kindle’s email.
- You should receive the file in a few minutes or so if the Kindle is successfully connected to Wi-Fi or mobile internet.
Option 1: iTunes
- Open “Books” in iTunes
- Drag and drop the ePUB file(s) from your computer to the open iTunes window
- Connect your device
- Open your device on iTunes (click iPhone or iPad)
- Click on the “Books” tab
- Make sure “Sync Books” is checked
- Click Apply
- They should now appear in Books on your device
Option 2: Email
- First of all, open up your email client on your computer.
- Address an email to yourself, and attach the epub file you want to open on your iPad or iPhone.
- Send yourself the attachment, and then go grab your iOS device.
Open your preferred email program on your iPad or iPhone, and open up the email you just sent yourself.
- Tap the attachment icon to download it to your device, and you’ll see the icon turn into an iBooks one.
- Tap and hold on the file and an “Open in iBooks” will pop up.
- Tap that, and your iPad or iPhone will open iBooks and then open the epub file you just sent.