E-books aren't very large; Amazon says its new 32-gigabyte Kindle Paperwhite can hold thousands at a time. But certain books available on Kindle — comics, for example — can take up more, and if your device's internal storage is already bursting, you may have trouble fitting your library onto it. But there's good news! The Kindle app now allows users to save books to external storage.


Here's the latest version's changelog on the Play Store:

In the coming weeks, you will see the following:
* Download books to your SD card to save storage space on your device. Go to Settings to get started.
You're also able to move already-downloaded books to an SD card. It's a little strange that a changelog would say the change is coming "In the coming weeks," as it seems to already be live across the board. So get to downloading, and enjoy keeping your entire library in your pocket.

Amazon Kindle
Amazon Kindle
Developer: Amazon Mobile LLC
Price: Free