[Did you know] How to install the Aldiko Book Reader on Kindle Fire?

Many Kindle Fire users have asked us how to install the Aldiko Book Reader on their Kindle Fire, below we are going to share two easy methods to you.

Downloading and installing directly to your Kindle Fire:

(1) At the top of the Kindle Fire menu, select the Gear (settings) icon and then tap on the “More” icon;
(2) Tap on “Device”, then choose “ON” for “Allow Installation of Applications”;
(3) Open the Kindle Fire’s browser and open the below link:
https://aldiko.zendesk.com/entries/402881-download-the-latest-version-of-the-aldiko-book-reader-application#overview to download the Aldiko app;
(4) When download completes, open the notification bar on your Kindle Fire. Tap on the apk file and then tap on “Install”.

Transferring the Aldiko Book Reader from your computer to your Kindle Fire (a computer and a SD card is needed):

(1) Download the Aldiko Book Reader from our website to your computer;
(2) Transfer the Aldiko Book Reader .apk installation file from your computer to the SD card of your device;
(3) On your Kindle Fire, select the Gear (settings) icon at the top menu, then tap on the “More” Icon;
(4) Tap on “Device”, choose ON for “Allow Installation of Applications”;
(5)  Locate the Aldiko Book Reader app in the SD card of your Kindle Fire, tap on the file to install the app.

  • http://twitter.com/brikov Brian Kovach

    How does this work with updates? Do you have to manually uninstall and reinstall?

  • http://www.aldiko.com/ Admin

    Amazon doesn’t distribute other ebook apps, including the Aldiko Book Reader app, on Kindle Fire, therefore, unfortunately you would need to update the Aldiko Book Reader app on your Kindle Fire manually.

  • Scott Tanzer

    download it via the app store

  • Cathie Morton

    Where can we find about how to put my personal ebooks purchased not on the listed stores, into the Aldiko in the Kindle Fire?

  • Anonymous

    there is no sd card on a kindle fire.   just sayin’

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100003193463543 Mike Quesnell

    I made the folder on my sd card Ebooks/import still can not get it to read my book’s unless i put them in the main storage?I thought this app read from the sd card?Am I doing something wrong?I can not fill my tablet up with books that is the whole idea of running this app for me.

  • http://www.aldiko.com/ Admin

    Our design for the Aldiko Book Reader is to store books in external storage. The application will tell the device to save books in external storage. However, it will depend on how the device defining external storage. We have noticed that some devices set aside part of the internal memory as external storage purpose. In this case, even the Aldiko Book Reader asks the device to save books in external storage, books will still be saved in the part of internal memory that serves as external storage purpose.

    https://aldiko.zendesk.com/entries/21646947-are-ebooks-saved-in-external-storage-or-internal-storage

  • Anonymous

    Is there anyway to change how it looks on the fire? Nothing seems to scale well on the epubs I have. Looks pretty bad.

  • http://www.aldiko.com/ Admin

    For ePub files, you can adjust text size under “Settings”, which is in the overlay menu options.

  • Anonymous

    Perfect, set it to publisher default and all looks great. Thanks!

  • Allyson Jardine

    Could you tell me how to find the overlay menu. Is it the Kindle Fire one? If so where are the settings? Thanks.

  • Anonymous

    I was able to get the free version of Aldiko on my Kindle Fire but would now like to upgrade to the premium.  How can I purchase the premium to install on the Kindle?  

  • Leire Barrera

    I also got the free version of Aldiko on my Kindle Fire but would now like to upgrade to the premium, please help, how do we do it?

  • Anonymous

    Have downloaded the file but can not figure out what the notification  bar is…. to find apk file to download.  Help

  • http://twitter.com/madmommy madmommy

    When you are in your browser, click on the menu icon, then select downloads.

  • http://twitter.com/madmommy madmommy

    Thank you so much for the information! I’d read this was the best app for reading Project Gutenberg books on my Kindle Fire, but couldn’t figure out how to download the app. 

  • Anonymous

    Is the Aldiko app on Kindle Fire entirely Adobe DRM compliant?