Multi tasking on Amazon Kindle

September 23rd, 2010 - 9:35 pm ICT by Sampurn Wire  

September 23, 2010 (Sampurn Wire): Amazon Kindle is one of the most popular eBook readers in the market right now. However there some myths about Amazon Kindle, which need to be dispelled right away; today we will look at some of them. Contrary to popular belief, you can read PDF files particularly well on the Kindle. You can simply plug into your computer and drop your favorite PDF eBooks into the Kindle and start reading them right away. It must be noted that PDFs read better in the portrait mode on a Kindle. Although Kindle does not display any color it is the best monochrome reader in the market.

If you want to read free public domain books then you may buy the $0 Public domain books from the Kindle Store. You can even download free books from Project Gutenberg and Google Books and start reading.

Kindle has an inbuilt web browser called WebKit allows you to surf through the mobile optimized websites with ease. You can go to the project Gutenberg website and download the books directly to your Kindle.

If you like reading blogs, your Amazon Kindle can be used for that purpose too. You can read the blogs in the “Article Mode’ that allows you to view the text without any pictures. You can also arrange your books into “Collections’. You can create a new “Collection’ to group books of different types in the same place.

Now here comes the Cherry on the top, you can send Twitter messages through your Kindle as well. So go ahead and get yourself a Kindle

– Sampurn Wire

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