Amazon is currently having trouble correctly handling EPUB metadata sent through its Kindle Personal Documents Service. If you send EPUBs to your Kindle account via email, or use a third party application like our Push to Kindle service to send web articles, you are probably affected.
Push to Kindle now supports sending web articles to Dropbox accounts. If your e-reader offers Dropbox integration, try it out. We’ve also made our EPUBs more accessible to other apps on Android.
How to send web articles to your PocketBook using our Push to Kindle application.
We’ve updated the Push to Kindle web app, used to send web articles to your Kindle, with a few changes: smaller article titles, automatic send, and new EPUB option.
Amazon has now made it possible to email EPUB files to your Amazon Kindle email address.
To allow us to better manage the Feed Control service, we are no longer offering a free plan.
We’ve launched a new version of our Push to Kindle Android app on the Google Play store. Push to Kindle converts web articles into e-books, and delivers them to your Kindle account for a better reading experience.
We’ve recently had reports that our Push to Kindle Android app has suddenly stopped working on some older Android devices. We provide a workaround for older devices and will be changing the minimum Android version in future versions of the app.
Blocking out ads drastically improves the reading experience, but even more can be done. In this post we’ll look at using a filter list to remove newsletter signup forms and another annoyances.