Reabble Is a Web-Based RSS Reader Built for the Kindle

The Amazon Kindle is a great e-reader , but not very feature-rich. Reabble is a simple little RSS reader optimized for the experimental Kindle browser to make reading articles less tedious.

Reabble connects to the Inoreader’s RSS reader so you can do your non-Kindle control there. Otherwise, it works pretty much like every other RSS reader on the market, only on your Kindle. Because of the way the Kindle works, it is not an app or anything, it’s just a website that you point your Kindle browser to. Unlike other RSS readers, it is optimized to look really good on the Kindle.

The only caveat is the slightly odd 90 cents a month pricing model if you want to read more than 15 articles a day. It seems to be easy to get around just by clicking on the articles you really want to read, but it’s still worth noting, especially if you have a lot of feeds. There are many other easy ways to send articles to your Kindle for reading , but the RSS reader certainly makes it easier to navigate.

Reabble | via Hacker News


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