The share bar on the webpage of most news websites have a new addition starting today, send to Kindle. Home to some of the biggest
The “share” bar on the webpage of most news websites have a new addition starting today, “send to Kindle”. Home to some of the biggest social networking websites, the share bar allows you to share an article on your Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn profiles. Now, you can also send these articles onto your Kindle devices to read them later. The read-it-later kind of button within websites is one of the first that sends articles to a specific device. There are more than a handful of extensions that usually perform the function of saving an article to be read later. Pocket and Evernote are some of the most widely used ones, but the “send to Kindle” button by Amazon changes the game a bit by changing the focus of web clippings to one device, right from the website.</p>The "send to Kindle" button in august companyClick here for full storyThe Great Diwali Discount!
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