Push to Kindle lets you send web articles (news stories, blog posts) to your Kindle for a better reading experience.
"Use Push to Kindle to send any webpage you are on (phone or laptop) to your Kindle" - Kevin Kelly, Wired co-founder
"The Push to Kindle app is possibly the greatest tab-clearer ever invented" - Louisa Loveluck, Washington Post journalist
Once installed you will see 'Push to Kindle' as an option when you choose to share a web page (Share page > Push to Kindle). Select it to send the article.
Push to Kindle will then convert the web article into an e-book. It will then launch Send to Kindle using the Kindle app to let you select which device you'd like to send the article to.
It's also possible to send articles via your Kindle email address. This can be configured via the settings page of the Push to Kindle app.
WHY USE IT?
- Send long web articles to your Kindle to read later.
- Build up a reading list of articles for offline reading.
- Improve your reading experience.
- Kindle e-readers
- Kindle apps
- PocketBook e-readers with pbsync.com support
You can send up to 10 articles each month for free. We offer subscriptions for those who want to send more or wish to support development.
AVAILABLE AS A BROWSER EXTENSION
Push to Kindle is also available as a browser extension. Find out more here: https://www.fivefilters.org/push-to-kindle/
CAN YOU HELP IF IT DOESN'T EXTRACT THE CORRECT CONTENT?
Yes! If you have trouble with a particular site, please email us a URL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Official page: https://www.fivefilters.org/push-to-kindle/
Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/fivefiltersapps
Chrome users: Look for 'Push to Kindle' in the Chrome web store: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/pnaiinchjaonopoejhknmgjingcnaloc
PERMISSIONS AND PRIVACY
* FULL INTERNET ACCESS - when you use the app, we need to send the URL of the article to our web service for processing (to extract the article's contents and convert it to the ebook format).
General notes on privacy and caching:
If the web page you are viewing does not point to publicly accessible content, we will not be able to retrieve it. For example, if you invoke Push to Kindle (by mistake, perhaps) while you're reading an email on Gmail, or viewing your bank statement, that content will not be accessible to the Push to Kindle service run by FiveFilters.org nor to Amazon.
Content which is publicly accessible and which you process with the Push to Kindle service will be cached on the server for a short period. If you provide email details to enable delivery to your Kindle email, we do not store nor cache the supplied email address on the server once the Kindle document has been sent to Amazon for delivery to your Kindle. The email details will be saved only on your Android device.