Sending a free book or a PDF to kindle from your Android is easy if it is not an ePub and below 16MB. All you have to do is email the document or book to your Kindle email. But sending a web article is a whole different story. If you’re on a desktop, all you have to do to send a web article to your Kindle is to use Tinderizer. But, there’s no app for that on Android. You have to download the article, convert it to PDF and send it you’re your Kindle email. You have to do this, there is no other way. However, there are apps that can automate the task. Here’s how to send articles from Android to Kindle.
Send articles from Android to Kindle
Before you begin, you need to set up and change your Kindle email address. Follow the steps below;
Step 1: Go to Amazon’s site and register or login. Do this on your Android to directly open the Amazon app.
Step 2: Find and tap on the Device tab.
Step 3: Search for Send to Kindle email address.
Step 4: The email address may be difficult to remember so change it to something simpler and on that you can remember. Tap on Edit located beside your device name.
Step 5: Tap on Save. Now its time for the main event. Let’s send some articles from your Android to Kindle.
For this, we’re going to use an app called Send to Kindle. It is available for free on the Google Play Store. Search for the app or follow the link. Once the app is downloaded, follow the steps below;
Step 1: Open Send to Kindle and tap on the hamburger menu.
Step 2: You will find a section called Kindle Email. Tap on it and add the Kindle email address that you got previously.
Step 3: Tap on Save data.
Now it’s time to send a web article to kindle;
Step 4: Open a web browser of your choice and find articles to send it to Kindle.
Step 5: Tap on the Share icon and select Send to Kindle.
Step 6: The Send to Kindle app will open with the name of the article you’ve just viewed on the browser. You can even send multiple articles at the same time.
Step 7: To send an article, tap on the yellow icon located next to the name of the topic.
There’s one problem with the app. Instead of directly sending the article to your Kindle account, the app will launch the email app from where you have to mail it.
There’s another app that does not have this limitation, but it comes with a price. If you have a few bucks to spare, check out