I don't have a Mac, but on most of the Kindle Apps you can pick whether to view the device or the Cloud. On the iPad App, you can click on Cloud or Device in the middle of the bottom line of the screen.savio said:I downloaded the Mac Kindle app on my MacBook Pro but I don't see the books in the cloud that I have put there. I just see the books that I have downloaded from Kindle (books I've purchased, free books available from Kindle)
Interesting, Meemo. In my Kindle for iPad app, I can tap on the stacked bars in the upper left hand corner to open up a menu.Meemo said:I assume you're looking for what MYK classifies as "Documents" or "Docs" - files you've sent to your Kindle by email or the Send to Kindle app and had Amazon save them to the Cloud. I just checked my Kindle for Mac app, and I don't see any of those type of Documents that I know are in my Cloud. Looks like those files can't be viewed using the K4Mac app. Now if you have a mobi file on your computer and want to view it in the K4Mac app, you can use that app to open it.
That's not something I've heard . . . . .corkyb said:I think I read recently that Kindle is reserving the right to limit the number of personal docs they allow in the cloud or MYK.