How to Send Articles to Kindle From Android.
Whether it’s a free eBook or PDF document, you can easily email files to @ Kindle.com. The files are not yet in ePub format and are less than 16MB in size. However, if you want to send web articles to your Kindle, a few additional steps are required.
On my desktop, I used Tinderizer to send articles to my Kindle. This is pretty simple. Let’s say you find an interesting article that you would like to read later, you can click the Tinderizer bookmarklet button to send it to your Kindle.
Unfortunately, there is no Tinderizer app for Android, and I was unable to find such an option in the official Kindle app for Android. Yes, you can download articles, convert them to PDF, and then email them to @ Kindle.com as an attachment, but that’s too much work. Fortunately, there are several Android apps that automate all of these tasks and send these long articles to your Kindle, formatted and optimized. [if lt IE 9] <! [endif]
Before you can send any documents
You need to set up (and preferably change) your Kindle email address. To do this, on your Android device, go to the Content and Device Management section (or click this link to open the page directly in the Amazon app). Click on the Device tab and you will see your Send to Kindle email address.
I recommend that you change this email address to something memorable, for example, I changed mine to [email protected]. To do this, click “Change” next to your device, enter a new email address, and then click “Save” to save your changes.
Make a note of your email address, we will need it later.
Now, let’s check out some apps for submitting articles to Kindle
1. Submit to Kindle
Download Send to Kindle from the Google Play Store and open it.
Click on the hamburger menu in the upper left corner and under Kindle Email, add the email address you provided earlier and click Save Data.
Now open your web browser, find the article you want to send to your Kindle, click the Share icon in the app.
Select the Send to Kindle icon from the list.
This will launch the Send to Kindle app again, but this time it will open with the theme you just shared. If you can submit one or more articles, make sure that all articles you want to submit are checked, and then click the yellow plane, such as the Share icon, on the left side of each article.
Here comes the bummer. Instead of sharing directly in order to rekindle, this app will launch the email application and you have to hit the submit button again. Just make sure you send the email from the same email account you used on your registered Kindle device.
2. Click on Kindle with FiveFilters
Push to Kindle is the best version of the previous one. Unlike the previous application, there is no need to start the mail application as it uses its own mail server. However, this convenience costs $ 3.
Once you’ve got everything set up, it works in three easy steps. Find the article you want to send to your Kindle, click the Share button, and select Click on Kindle from the list of available options. And it’s all. Wait a few seconds and the article will magically appear in my Kindle library.
To get started, simply open the app and paste your Kindle email address.
You will then see a different email address in the Send From section, such as [email protected]. Before you can send any documents using this app, you need to add â€œ[email protected]â€ as your personal email address in your Amazon settings. This will ensure that not everyone who has your Kindle email address can spam your Kindle feed.
Confirm Sender Email Address
1. Visit the Content & Device Management page (or click this link to open the page directly in the Amazon app).
2. Go to Personal Document Settings under Content and Device Management.
3. In the Personal Document Approved Email List section, click Add New Approved Email Address.
4. Enter your verification email and select Add Address.
And it’s all. Now go back to the app and check again that you have added the correct email address. After confirmation click on done. You can now send most articles on the Internet directly to your Kindle. Simply open the article in any web browser, click on the three vertical dots to open the sharing menu, and select â€œClick on Kindleâ€ from the list. The app will take care of everything from here. The article will magically appear on your Kindle in a few seconds.
In general, this works for most of the articles we’ve tested, but not all. Luckily, the developer allows you to test the service before spending your money.
Delete Kindle articles
You can delete articles one by one from your Kindle, or if there are many, you can also do this from your computer or Android. Just follow this link to the Manage Your Kindle page. Here you will find all the articles that you submit to your @ kindle.com email address. Use the Book Actions button if you want to remove it from your library.
These were two ways to send articles from Android smartphone to Kindle. The first application requires additional work as you have to manually open the email application and press the submit button every time you want to submit articles. However, if you are frequent users, you can skip your morning coffee and buy the Push to the kindle app. It uses its own mail server, which makes the process automatic.
How to Send Articles to Kindle From Android