@kindle.com" email address for every Kindle your own. You can use it to email yourself documents and PDFs for free (but don't do it over 3G!).
Note: if you only have one Kindle, it will generally be the username portion of your Amazon login email address, but ending in "
@kindle.com" instead of hotmail.com, gmail.com, yahoo.com...
Tip: inside the Kindle app for iPad, tap on Settings (gear icon, bottom right), and it will be listed under "Sent-to-Kindle Email Address" - send attachments there to read them on your iPad!
Tip: if the PDF opens full screen, tap anywhere to show the Home / Back button and file name.
Note about PDF authors: depending on how the PDF was generated, its "author" might simply be the Windows / Mac username of the person who created it, or your own email address.
AZW(Amazon eBook format),
TXT(plain text files),
PRC(Mobipocket open eBook format),
DOC(MS Word 2003 and earlier), and
DOCX(Word 2010 / 2007).
AAC/ iTunes unprotected
EPUBeBook format is not supported.