SENDtoREADER is a simple web application that allows you to send any webpage to your Amazon Kindle Reader instantly.
This gives your Kindle the flexibility to be your work or leisure time companion with a simple click of the mouse.
Our web app is extremely easy to use. It’s just a bookmarklet (or favlet) which works well in all modern browsers including: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari and Opera. Version for Internet Explorer is coming soon. Once it’s added to your favorites, you can start sending web pages to your Kindle with a single click. By default, Kindle is a book reader, but with SENDtoREADER you can also make it your personal Magazine.
In order to protect your privacy, our system requires you to register first.
So, don’t wait, register now and start sending web content to your Kindle today.
Don’t miss our new service – Periodicals. Once activated, it will deliver RSS news feeds to your Kindle on schedule!
|SENDtoREADER offers enhanced readability of all text. Every web page you send to your e-book reader is processed by our system to make it easier to read. It removes all unnecessary content including: ads, polls and banners but leaves the main content intact.||Our system retains all images that are part of the text you send to your Kindle reader so you don’t miss out on seeing them when you have the time to read the material you have saved.||If you have long articles, items you don’t have time to read, or you don’t want to strain your eyes by reading from the computer screen, you can send articles to your Kindle for comfortable, stress-free reading from its legendary e-inc display at your leisure.||With SENDtoREADER you can send blog posts from Google Reader to Kindle instantly. And when you send a post, our system visits the source page and sends the whole thing, so you get everything, not just the bit that you see in G. Reader. Setup instructions can be found here.||You can keep track of every single item you have sent to your Kindle from any other source and can always resend items if necessary. This means you don’t have to keep the articles on your Kindle once you have finished with them. This also eliminates the concern that you may have deleted something important.|