Amazon Will Let You Personalize a Kindle Cover for No Additional ChargeBy: Josh Wolford - November 14, 2013
If your Kindle device is looking a bit…bland for your tastes, Amazon is now allowing you to spruce it up with a cool new cover.
Not just any cover, but one that’s personalized with your own photos, if you’d like.
Amazon has announced that if you purchase a cover or skin for your Kindle device, you can now put your own photos on it. Maybe your cute little dog, maybe your cute little kid. Maybe a picture from your last vacation – the sky is the limit.
If you don’t have a cool image to offer up, Amazon is also opening up a library of hundreds of images, including some from movies, TV shows, National Geographic – as well as more generic patterns.
The best thing about it is that it comes at no additional cost. As long as you pay for the cover, you can paste your own photo on it for free.
“With this new service, we’re making it possible for customers to dream up virtually any design and seamlessly turn it into a Kindle cover – at no additional cost,” said Peter Larsen, Vice President, Amazon Kindle. “We’ve also created designs exclusive to Amazon that work perfectly with our new Origami covers to give customers even more options. We’re excited to bring this all-new technology to Kindle accessories and we can’t wait to see what customers come up with.”
Customization is available for Amazon Origami covers for the Kindle Fire HD, Kindle Fire HDX, and Kindle Fire HDX 8.9.” Regular cover personalization is available for Kindle Fire HD 8.9″, Kindle Fire HD, and Kindle Touch.
If you’re interested, the personalization portal is here.
Image via Amazon