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Important Links that All Kindle Users Should Bookmark!

October 17, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

Are you new to the Kindle family? Are you a new owner of the Kindle 3 WiFi or Kindle 3 3G+WiFi? Or do you just avail yourself of the free Kindle reading apps? Anyway, even if you’re an old pro with the Kindle, these links should be useful for you and IMO should be bookmarked for easy access:

  • Your first stop should be the Amazon HELP page for the Kindle. This page has the Kindle Support (for the apps & eReader) and Frequently Asked Questions about Kindle.
  • You can also acquaint yourself with your Kindle’s features by visiting Amazon’s Welcome to AmazonKindle! page. The Kindle editors also post regularly on their official blog “Kindle Daily Post“.
  • If you are having problems with your new Kindle, be sure to visit Troubleshooting Your Kindle first. If that doesn’t help, you can contact the Amazon.com Customer Service by e-mail/phone, just follow the instructions on the page.
  • Make sure you are updated on all things Kindle. Update the Kindle User’s Guide on your Kindle by downloading the most recent update from this Kindle Documentation page. Also, be aware of the latest available software updates by visiting Kindle Software Updates.
  • If you like freebies, be sure to bookmark this link as it will take you to Amazon’s Limited Time Offers on the Kindle Store, arranged as a best-seller list. I find it very funny that the #1 and #2 best-sellers aren’t books but games.
  • Blogger Dianne Gorman made an exhaustive post about “Kindle 3 Keyboard Shortcuts et al” that should be a life-saver for many. She updates it and is now up to Ver 1.8. Check it out!
  • (Updated) If you have a Dropbox account, you can access your Dropbox folder via the Kindle browser and read your documents from there. If you don’t have one yet, sign up for a FREE account!

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For those who like to use the Kinde experimental web browser, these links may make your browsing experience a bit smoother since they are formatted for mobile devices, so be sure to bookmark them in your Kindle browsers:

If you have any favorite websites of your own, please share in the comments section!

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  1. May 13, 2011 at 2:00 pm

    I’d also recommend this web app: SENDtoREADER (http://sendtoreader.com) which sends web pages to its users’ Kindles instantly. Each time you want to read something published online, simply click the sendtoreader’s bookmarklet, and the text will be delivered to your Kindle in few minutes. So you don’t have to strain your eyes reading from the computer screen.

  2. September 17, 2011 at 3:44 am

    There is a good source of links: http://kindlehome.wordpress.com

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