If you were one of the multitude who received a Kindle over the holidays, you are probably wondering what you can do to get more from it. We’ve all been there — you’re surfing the Internet and find a great article that you’d like to read. But there’s so much to do and you know you shouldn’t take the time to read it right now.
There are many services and applications that deal in sending web articles to your Kindle. It’s a great way to stock up your Kindle with reading material for long journeys or work commutes.
Once you get Instapaper synchronized to your Kindle, you’ll wonder what you ever did before. Instapaper has been known for simplicity in reading articles — no photos, no ads, just content. This is a good alternative if you want to send lots of articles over at the same time, because they’ll be bundled into a single document with a table of contents.
Readability is another excellent service for saving articles around the web. Readability also displays images in the articles it sends the same way they appear in the original web article. In order to send content to Kindle you can use browser add-ons. You can also click on Readability’s Send to Kindle button if it’s embedded in a blog or site.
Klip.me offers several tools, one of them being the ability to send web articles to your Kindle. It’s designed to offer a quick way for pushing web content to kindle, and then you can read the articles or news later on your device.