Maybe you have kept your Kindle for years and have saved hundreds of ebooks in it, you may have come up with the download error and have to download the ebooks all over again. If you have a backup of your ebooks on computer, you don’t have to worry about the download error. The backup of ebooks on computer will also help you easily transfer them to iPad and read Kindle books on iPad when you decide to make an update.

Part 1. How to Convert Kindle Books

Before transferring Kindle books to iPad for enjoyment, you may need to convert Kindle books to iPad-compatible files. iPad fully supports PDF and EPUB files, and it allows users to sync ebooks with iTunes. However, Kindle only supports AZW, PDF, MOBI and PRC files and so on. When people want to read Kindle books on iPad, they will find that some of the ebooks can’t be transferred or viewed on iPad mini because of the copyright in these ebooks. At this moment, you don’t have to waste time transferring these ebooks, you can find the ebooks without copyright and transfer them to iPad. If you have PDF and EPUB files, you can transfer the ebooks in these formats to iPad directly. If you have MOBI, TXT files and so on, you should convert them to iPad-compatible ebooks before transferring them to iPad. To convert Ebooks to iPad-compatible files, you can use the online method or download an app on your computer to know how to convert Kindle books.

Part 2. How to Transfer Kindle Books to iPad

With either of the method mentioned above, you are able to convert ebooks to iPad-compatible PDF or EPUB files. After converting ebooks, you can transfer books from Kindle to iPad with iTunes.

  1. Connect iPad to computer with USB cable and launch iTunes.
  2. Click the name of iPhone and choose Books.
  3. Check Sync Books and select the books you need.
  4. Click Apply at the right bottom.

You will get the books in your iBooks app when the synchronization finishes. As you may know, iTunes will erase replace the available contents in your iBooks with the contents in its library, so you may not want to use iTunes if you have ebooks in your iPad mini 4. At this moment, you can use a piece of iPad transfer software to transfer books from Kindle to iPad and you will be able to read Kindle books on iPad.

Leawo iTransfer will provide much help on this issue. This software is used for transferring files among iOS devices, iTunes and computers, and it allows users to transfer non-purchased items without the sync of iTunes. The following guidance will show you how to transfer Kindle books to iPad and read them on iPad, and you can free download the software to have a try.

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Tutorial for Transferring Kindle Books to iPad

Step 1. Run Leawo iTransfer and connect iPad to computer with USB cable. Then iPad information will be shown on the main interface of the software.
Step 2. Click the name of iPad and scoll down to choose Books library in the left sidebar. The available books will display in the right part.
Step 3. Click the Add button at the middle top to add books from computer. Select the books you want to transfer and click Open.

When the transfer finishes, you will get the books in your iBooks app. Now you can read Kindle books on iPad with no efforts. Leawo iTransfer is also helpful for other kinds of data transfers. If you are interested, don’t hesitate to check it out.