Can you download amazon e-books to an iPad?
Amazon's own eReader is the Kindle. There is a free Kindle app for the iPad from the App Store.
There is no such thing as a "Kindle iPad". Kindle and iPad are two completely different things maded by two completely different companies. The kindle is an eReader. The iPad is a tablet. You can purchase (or find free) ebooks for the Kindle via the official Kindle store on Amazon. Amazon owns Kindle. See the related link below for some ebooks on Amazon.
I can only answer for the Kindle. First, download the books you're interested in. Then connect the Kindle to your computer by using the USB cable it came with. It acts like any external flash storage drive, and you can copy the books and paste them into the "Documents" folder. For iPad, you can download ebooks and sync books to iPad through iTunes.
If you purchase ebooks (including free ones with a cost of $0.00) from the Amazon web site, they will be transmitted wirelessly to your Kindle. If you download ebooks from other sources, you must plug your Kindle into the USB port of your computer. The Kindle will appear as folders, just like a USB stick, and you then copy the downloaded ebook from your computer into the Kindle directory.
you can either download ebooks with the bookstore app on your nook with wifi. Another way is to download the nook application for desktop, its free. When you go to Barnes and Noble website you can download ebooks, which go into the Nook App. When you connect your nook to your computer it will give you the option to upload the ebooks to it. Good luck :)
You can download them individually from the itunes store. Step 1: Download a Book Step 2: Drag the books into iTunes library Step 3: Sync eBooks to iPad or you if you read a lot you can join a website like this one. See related link It's a really amazing site, I love it! They have like 30000 + titles just for a small monthly fee. Unlimited download, which is great, I went crazy and…