Recently, I found my Kindle crowded with a number of books that I was interested in or have read. It couldn't be more disordered with these books. I knew I need to settle this down and delete some books that are little interesting now. Then I have encountered some questions so many times when searching the solutions, such as "How do I delete Kindle books from my iPad?" or "How do I delete a book from my iPad Kindle?" or something else that is related to the deleting problems about Kindle.
It is obvious that Kindle has been great device and app for enjoying reading. And you may have downloaded so many books in your Kindle Cloud or uploaded numbers of Kindle books on your iPad. Accordingly, some problems may be emerged as well, for instance, too many Kindle books may occupy too much storage and you may fail to find the right book you need when you are looking for it among the numerous books. On this occasion, it is necessary to delete Kindle books from iPad. Or if you are storing the books in Kindle cloud, you may need to delete Kindle books from cloud. And to my joy, I have found the effective ways for deleting Kindle books from iPad or cloud.
Part 1: Ways to delete books from Kindle cloud
If you have downloaded too many books and read most of them, and you are intended to make your Kindle cloud totally clear up, it is necessary to delete books from Kindle cloud. After deleting books from Kindle Cloud completely, you are not able to read them any more unless you repurchase them.
Way to delete books from Kindle Cloud permanently
Get the way to remove the books from Kindle Cloud completely and permanently, you can follow the coming steps in detail on how to delete Kindle books from Cloud:
Step 1: Enter Amazon.com and Login, then go to "Manage Your Content and Devices" page where all the items in your Kindle cloud are listed.
Step 2: Check the books you're intended to delete, and then click on the "Delete" button.
Step 3: A warning window will be popped up to ask you to confirm it. Click “Yes, delete permanently”.
Finally, the selected books will be deleted completely and you will never see these books in your Kindle Cloud. If you are willing to read these books again someday, you are required to buy it for another time. This is significant for you to take serious consideration before you delete books from Kindle Cloud.
Way to delete Kindle books from Cloud temporarily
On the contrary, if you prefer to make your Kindle clear and clean while keep these books in Cloud rather than delete book from Kindle Cloud permanently, take Kindle Voyage for example, you can delete books in this way:
Step1: Enter your Kindle Library, and find the book you need to delete.
Step2: Press and hold the book till a menu pops up
Step3: Tap "Remove from Device" button to delete the selected book.
After the three simple steps, you must have known how to delete books from Kindle Cloud. While you should also recognize that you have to download it from Kindle Cloud again when you are willing to read this books someday since deleting books from Kindle Cloud in this way will not be permanent and they are still available in the Cloud.
Part 2: Effective way to delete Kindle books from iPad
Now you know how to delete books from Kindle Cloud when you are using Kindle devices. As we all know, there are also Kindle App for other popular devices such as iPad and iPhone. It is known to you that you have a Library with all of your books in the app. And you can only delete book samples or PDFs you've downloaded to your device rather than the e-books you've purchased and stored in the Kindle Cloud. However, the books deleted from iPad or iPhone can be archived so that you can re-download these books at any time since they are still available in the Cloud. Then, how do I delete a book from my iPad Kindle? Don't be anxious. Follow the way on how to delete Kindle books from cloud on iPad:
Step1: Open the Kindle app on your iPad.
Step2: Tap and hold the book you need to delete.
Step3: Tap the pop-up "Remove from device" to remove the book.
Knowing how to delete Kindle books from cloud on iPad, though, you should also be noticed that the Kindle books you've purchased are still available for you to download them since they are still archived. These archived Kindle books are under the protection of DRM (Digital Rights Management) so that you can read them by yourself on your specified devices. If you are going to read these books on another reader, you should remove the DRM at first.