Ever dreamed of the day when you will finally be able to send all your files and documents to your Kindle reading app? Well, Amazon is granting you that wish right now by releasing Send to Kindle for Mac. Basically, this app will allow you to read all your personal documents on your Kindle device or app. But in order for you to use this juicy app, you’ll need two things: a Mac and Snow Leopard (Mac OS X v10.06) or higher.
Send to Kindle for Mac also has a nice drag and drop functionality that instantly uploads your personal documents into the app via the Send to Kindle icon located in your dock. Even better is the capability to send your documents from any Mac application that has a print menu on it.
But if you’re lazy to do that, you can simply control-click on specific documents and click on Send to Kindle. It’s that easy. At the end of the day you can choose to archive documents in your Kindle library for future reading. But for you to all of these, you’ll need to download the app first. Get it here (SendToKindleForMac-installer.pkg).
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