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Help with going digital - iPad mini

damiano | Sep 8, 201905:42 AM     9

Welcome 2019! I've just upgraded from the ipad 4 (2014!) to the current ipad mini 5. The new device is so fast that I feel I can do actual things with it, like reading books. Cookbooks preferably!

But I need some help in going digital. I've been buying hardcopy books from amazon, so I've just downloaded the kindle app. Is there a way I can cheaply get some of my hardcopy books also in my kindle? I've seen that there is an ebook deals thread so I'll keep an eye on that.

Any other sources or apps I should look into for reading cookbooks?

I know about eatyourbooks but don't use it often, and they also don't have an app.

I've also downloaded a few recipe apps, based on earlier threads here - like recipe keeper and recipe book. I'm not planning on writing recipes myself in an app, but I do find lots of great recipes on facebook: is there an easy way to convert these and keep them in one place?

Thanks all!

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