Good luck remembering what they were! Also this is a good opportunity to offer subscriptions and notifications once again I guess.
thx @ds_mcclain for the picture
Kindle for iOS.
Of course I'm logged in with my Amazon account, otherwise I couldn't read books I'd buy on Amazon.
I've also connected my Goodreads account, and to date I've rated or reviewed over 200 books there.
Why am I not authorized? Which of the two services thinks I'm not authorized? How do I solve this problem? So many questions, zero answers.
Kindle for iOS
Default order to display books is:
- Second book in series that I just completed
- Third book in series that I just bought
- First book in series that I finished a week ago
It doesn't help that the default view is to display book covers only. The tiny white-on-black "new"/"read" labels you can only properly see on white backgrounds. And most book covers don't have white backgrounds.
It's one of the few things that Apple's Books for iOS gets right: by default its library view presents series as separate collections. Within each collection books are in the series order.
Apple Books on iPhone will show you a short list of recommended books just for you.
What happens if you click "Show All"? It will show an even shorter list of recommended book.
What happens if you click "Show All" the second time? Ah, there we go.
The rule is really simple. If you see a picture and click on it, a page with bigger picture should open up. Really, there’s nothing more to that.