Your Kindle can do more than read books - you can surf the Internet, check your email, play some great games, use it for grocery lists and class notes, and more. This guide is pretty simple: I show you over 300 mobile-friendly websites you can access with your Kindle. Some of you may say something along the lines of "I could find all of this stuff using a Bing or Google search, so why should I pay for this short book?"
If you did say that (or thought it), you would be correct: you can, for example, do a Bing search and find lists of various mobile websites that you could then surf with your Kindle. However, you would have to (a) find them, (b) move from your computer to your Kindle, and (c) might not have all of the ones I list here. However, for a small fee you can have them summarized in one place and one list (i.e., this eBook) that has over 300 of them categorized by topic that you can just open up on your Kindle and surf away.
• News websites
• Information sites
• Search / Shopping
Michael Gallagher is the author of several bestselling Kindle “how-to” guides, and his title “Free Kindle Books and How to Find Them” has been the #1 Kindle reference guide for over two years, garnering #53 and #72 on the Top 100 Kindle bestseller lists for all Kindle book titles in 2010 and 2011, respectively. His “Kindle Books and Tips” blog has been the #1 bestselling subscription blog in the Amazon Kindle Store since 2010. You can visit his author page on the Amazon website at http://www.amazon.com/author/gallagher
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