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5 Powerful Tools Every Teacher should Try on their Kindle

Amazon's e-reader has stood the test of time and proved to be a powerful gadget. Kindle, particulalry the one that runs on flash, provides a great reading experience to its users. I have been using it for a couple of years now and I just can't imagine myself going anywhere without taking it. I have compiled an interesting selection of books on it and each time am caught in a waiting labyrinth I have recourse to my library in Kindle.

Just like any other tool, Kindle is only powerful when combined with some third party applications. I have selected for you some useful tools and services to use in order to tap into the full potential of this awesome gadget. Check out the titles I have for you below and let us know if you have anything else to add.

1- PDF 4 Kindle


Converts .pdf toKindle format .mobi or .azw Plus, it's free! Online eBook converter, no download required. Supports MacOS, Windows and Linux.
2- Send to Kindle

Send to Kindle is a cool application that allows users to send documents from their computers to their Kindles or other devices such as iPad and iPod provided they have Kindle app installed on them. This is a great service by Amazon and is completey free. It works on Windows XP or Windows Vista or Windows 7.
3- Many Books

This is a site that provides a daily selection of around five to ten new books to read. All of the books are free and can be downloaded in a variety of formats: HTML, AZW, MOBI, and RTF, to name a few.
4- Mobi Pocket Creator

This is an application to create your own eBooks based on blank pages or pre-designed templates. But better yet, you can convert your PDFs, currently unreadable on the Kindle and Kindle 2, to friendly PRC file formats. Amazon charges ten cents to make the conversion itself
5- Kindlefeeder

Kindlefeeder is a service for Amazon Kindle owners that lets you aggregate your favorite feeds and have them delivered to your Kindle in a convenient, easy-to-navigate eBook.

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