What is the LOC on Kindle?
Amazon Kindle e-books aren’t identical to printed books. Pages in an e-book don’t necessarily correspond to pages in a printed book. Amazon added a feature in the Kindle 3.1 software that can show the exact page numbers that correspond to the location you are in within the e-book.
As long as you’ve downloaded a book that has real page numbers available, you can see them at the bottom of your screen. If you can’t see the page numbers it’s likely because you’ve adjusted the text size. When you make the text bigger it throws off Kindle’s pages so the numbers aren’t displayed.
The reason that location numbers are used instead of page numbers is that the user can adjust the size of the text, but that might result in the book being fewer or more “pages,” so location numbers are more accurate for locating a particular spot in the book.
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Originally Answered: What is a “loc” on Kindle? It’s a ‘location’ and it’s designed to be a replacement for page numbers. So, instead, Kindle uses ‘locations’. Each location in a book is about 25 words or so and is fixed – it won’t vary with font size, etc.