PERIODICALS

Fresh news from your favorite sites delivered to your Kindle, on schedule

What Sendtoreader Periodicals does? In short, this system aggregates articles from your favorite RSS feeds, composes them into a single, easy-to-navigate e-book, and sends it to your Kindle wirelessly. And it does that all automatically, on the schedule you’ve specified. Important note: Sendtoreader will send the full-text versions of the news, not only short excerpts you’d see in your default news program.

REASONS TO LOVE KINDLE PERIODICALS

They save your time

Once configured, S2R Periodicals does not need your attention at all. Just turn on the wireless connection on your Kindle when you are expecting your periodicals to be delivered, and the system will do the rest of the job. It will download all the texts, compose them into Kindle docs and send them to your Kindle.

Save your money

Having Periodicals, you don’t need to purchase your morning (or even any other) paper-based press any more. Just set up a Periodical to aggregate news from the main news agencies and deliver the result to your Kindle by 6am every morning. Want something interesting to be delivered every Friday by 8pm? No problem. Just set up a weekly Periodical.

They’re easy to use

Yes, it’s easy to add a new periodical, reschedule an existing one to new time, modify the list of RSS feeds, etc. I tried to keep the user interface as simple as possible, and I guess you’ve noticed that when using SendToReader’s “web to Kindle” bookmarklet.

They’re flexible

In Periodicals, everything is totally under your and only your control. You decide which RSS feeds to collect, when and how often. You control how many news or pieces of news to read from each feed and what feeds should be bundled in a Periodical. Turn any periodical On or Off with a single click of your mouse.

WHAT’S INSIDE?

Inside are your favorite online magazines, delivered to your Kindle e-reader once a day, wirelessly!

Top ten Periodicals

  • The Economist – Print edition
  • BBC News
  • Lifehacker
  • NY Times – World
  • Engadget
  • Business Insider
  • CNN – Top stories
  • Freakonomics
  • Nature weekly
  • WSJ – Real Time Economics

Politics and Finance

  • Investment News
  • NationalJournal – News & Politics
  • Project Syndicate daily
  • Project Syndicate weekly
  • Reuters – business & politics
  • The Atlantic – Politics
  • The Economist – Print edition
  • The Economist: Blogs
  • The Economist: The world this week
  • The Globe and Mail

Entertainment

  • Brain Pickings
  • Every Day Fiction
  • FutilityCloset
  • GiveMeSomethingToRead
  • Kindle blogs (bundle)
  • Longform
  • NationalJournal – Blogs



Those – are just a small part of the constantly growing list of public periodicals we’ve set up for our subscribers. The full, constantly growing list is available here. And best of all, you can also setup your very own periodicals.

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