Send Web Articles to Kindle with Kindlebility

Dmitri Popov

Productivity Sauce

May 30, 2011 GMT
Dmitri Popov

There are many ways to push Web articles to your Kindle. You can, for example, use the Instapaper service or the Send to Kindle extension for the Chrome and Chromium browsers. But if you are looking for an open source solution that works with any browser, try Kindlebility.

Configuring Kindlebility is a simple two-step procedure. First, enter your Kindle email address and hit Enter to generate a bookmarklet. Drag then the bookmarklet to the bookmark bar of your browser. On a mobile device like iPhone or Android, you have an option to create a bookmarklet manually by using a JavaScript snippet generated by Kindlebility's page. Next, add the kindle@darkhelmetlive.com email address to your Kindle Approved E-mail List, and you are done. To send the currently viewed web article, click on the added Send to my Kindle! bookmarklet, and the Kindlebility service will take care of the rest.

Comments

  • Payment

    Hey, Thanks for the article, Although I'm still unclear as to what I have to pay here, getting things sent to my kindle email address is free is that correct?

    Cheers
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