How to Logout of Amazon Kindle App

The “Sign Out” or “Logout” button is absent from the Kindle mobile applications for Android and iPhone/iPad. Deregistering your mobile device is required in order to log in with a new account.

However, you must go to the “More” page and enter your preferences to locate this option. You may “Deregister this Kindle” by clicking the orange icon there. In order to access your books on your mobile device or if you need to log in with a different account, you may want to sign out of your Kindle app.

In this article, we will walk you through how to log out of your Amazon Kindle app.

Below are the ways how to sign out of your Kindle app.

Deregistering the Kindle App for iPhone or iPad

  1. Launch the Kindle app. This can be done in two ways:
  2. Find the Kindle app by scrolling through your application’s pages; it features a blue background with a black silhouette of a reader.
  3. Slide your finger to the right on your home screen to access the search bar. When the Kindle app shows in the menu below, touch it after typing Kindle into the search field.
  4. Press the Menu icon. At the very top, left-hand corner of your screen, locate the three horizontal lines.
  5. Leave this step out if you’re using an iPad.
  6. The settings menu, then “Library,” should be selected if a book is open, whether it be on an iPad or iPod. By doing so, the home screen will reappear.
  7. Scroll down to the bottom of the menu and press “Settings”.
  8. To access the settings menu on an iPad, hit the “Settings” icon. The very bottom right corner of the screen contains this symbol, which looks like white gear.
  9. Locate the “Registration” section and click “Update”. The “Deregister” page will then be shown.
  10. Click Deregister this Kindle. The message “Deregister will delete all downloaded content from this Kindle, do you wish to continue?” will appear. All of your downloaded stuff will be added back to your library if you register the device with the same account.
  11. Click “OK”. In actuality, your account will be “signed out” of. There is no longer a link between your device and the Amazon account it was originally registered under.
  12. Sign in to the Kindle app to register your device.
  13. The email address or cellphone number linked to your Amazon account should be entered after selecting “Email or mobile number.”
  14. Enter your Amazon account password by tapping “Password” on the screen.
  15. Press “Sign In.” When you input your Amazon account, your device will immediately sign in.

Deregistering the Kindle App for Android

  1. Open the Kindle app.
  2. Tap the Menu button. This button (a little version of the Kindle logo) may be seen in the upper left corner of the screen.
  3. If a book is open, select “Library” from the settings menu. This will bring you back to the home screen.
  4. Locate the “Your Account” section and click “Settings”.
  5. Press “Deregister This Device”. The “Registration” section has this option. You will essentially be “signed out” of your account.
  6. Sign in to the Kindle app to register your device.
  7. Open the Kindle app.
  8. Then, select “Start Reading.”
  9. Your Amazon account’s email address or cellphone number must be entered.
  10. Enter your Amazon account password.
  11. Click Sign In. The Amazon account you supplied will instantly register your device. 

Deregistering Your Android Device Remotely

  1. Visit (amazon.com Amazon). The Amazon Appstore App is where Android users can register their devices. Your device will be registered immediately and show up in the “Your Devices” section after you download and log into the app. With this option, you may remove your device from your Amazon account if it is lost or stolen.
  2. Only Android-based smartphones may use this application.
  3. Log into your account.
  4. Enter your email or mobile number.
  5. Then enter your password.
  6. Click Sign in.
  7. Press “Hello, (Insert Name) Your Account”. Find this to the right of “Gift Cards & Registry” and to the left of “Try Prime”.
  8. Click “Your Apps and Devices” in the “Digital Content” section after scrolling down.
  9. Select “Your Devices.” Locate “Your Devices” under “Manage” in the left sidebar.
  10. Then press “Actions”.
  11. Select “Deregister device”.

How to Switch Accounts on Kindle App on Mac

Below are the steps to follow on how to switch accounts on the Kindle app on Mac

Open the Kindle app on your Mac in order to change accounts. Next, select “Kindle” from the menu. Select “Preferences.” Click “Deregister” in the registration settings section of the “General” page. Repeat the process now, but this time click “Register” to change your Kindle account.

Switching from Child Profile to Parent Profile on Kindle Fire

  • Drag the notification drawer downward from the top of the screen to open it.
  • Find the “Exit Profile” option. If required, open up the notification drawer.
  • On the lock screen, choose the “Profile Icon” in the upper right corner of the display.
  • Select the “Parent” profile.
  • Type in the parental controls password.
  • Enter any other device passwords you have entered on the next page.
  • Your profile’s home page will now display.

Switching from Parent Profile to Child Profile on Kindle Fire

  • Drag the notification drawer downward from the top of the screen to open it.
  • Click the “Profile” icon located at the bottom of the notification drawer.
  • To swap, click on the kid’s profile.

You will now be greeted by the Kindle Kids account once the device switches to the kid profile.

How Many Kindle Devices can be linked to the Same Account?

More than 15 Kindle devices can be connected to the same account, but at any given moment, only six devices can be used to read one book. You are not able to share the same book across an infinite number of devices on Amazon.

However, you can put this information to use in a variety of ways. Also, you might use this method to disperse your books among a variety of devices if you are out of space on your Kindle and it is causing it to operate more slowly.

Conclusion

The “Sign Out” or “Logout” button is absent from the Kindle mobile applications for Android and iPhone/iPad. Deregistering your mobile device is required in order to log in with a new account. To log out of the Amazon Kindle app, read this article to the end.

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