SendToReader: Send Webpages To Kindle With A Single Click

Reading books on a Kindle is awesome but it can be much more fun if you can read online magazines, blogs and even newspapers on it. Amazon doesn’t allow it directly but you can use Send To Reader to send any webpage to your Kindle device. To start with, you have to register for free at Send To Reader and allow your Kindle to receive emails from Send To Reader.

Once you do that, drag the bookmarklet to your browser bar. Now anytime you want to send the current webpage to your Kindle device, simply click that bookmarklet and you will receive the content on your Kindle. To get better results, use the print version of the website so you don’t have to deal with any unsynchronized formatting.

Update:  This only pushes directly to the Kindle if you have a Kindle 3 and Wi-fi. Otherwise, you need to manually sync to the device.

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Features:

  • Save web pages to your Kindle.
  • Keeps track of the pages you send.
  • Easy to setup and easier to use.
  • Similar tools: RekindleIt and KindleFeeder.

Visit Send To Reader @ www.sendtoreader.com

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Anne H

This only pushes directly to the Kindle if you have a Kindle 3 and Wi-fi. Otherwise, you need to manually sync to the device.

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Conalbanede

Would be far better if it also worked with epub readers, like Nok.

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Conalbanede

or better still, with “Nook.”

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Anonymous

Hi Anne, thanks for the input. I have updated the article.