I have been experimenting with my Kindle Paperwhite over the past few days, and one of the things that I have discovered is that there are quite a number of available font types. That is great to those who may be looking for one that’s easy on the eye. Anyway, without wasting your time, the following are available fonts for the Kindle Paperwhite;
Available font types on the Kindle Paperwhite
- Amazon Ember
- Caecilia Condensed
- Amazon Ember Bold
Which font type is the best for the Kindle Paperwhite?
I am not going to prescribe one font type over the other here. At the end of the day, it’s all about your preferences. What I advise you to do is to play around with the available font types on your Kindle Paperwhite. That way, you will be able to settle on one that works best for you. The irony of it is that you may find that you will go back to the font type that you have been using all along!
Which font type do I use on my Kindle Paperwhite?
Personally, I use the Bookerly font on my Paperwhite. I don’t know whether it was the default font type or whether I actually chose it from the rest. What I know is that I am now so used to it that it’s going to be hard for me to switch!
Okay, while experimenting with the fonts right now, I found that I actually like the Amazon Ember Bold font. So, maybe it’s not that hard to make the switch. Amazon Ember Bold is a bit easier on the eye due to the boldness. Helvetica also appears good, so I guess i have a partiality for heavy fonts. Anyway, which font do you use on your Kindle Paperwhite? Feel free to leave a comment below!
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