One of the shortcomings from the Kindle is that it doesn’t have a built-in RSS Reader. So you’re stuck with an online RSS Reader such as Google Reader Mobile version and it doesn’t look good on the Kindle, too much clutter. But there’s an easier way to refresh your RSS Reader and at the same time, be sent to you for an offline reading automatically by scheduled delivery. This methods works for any Kindle with Wireless capability, whether it’s the Kindle 2 Global Edition or Kindle 3.
The method is simple, I use Kindlefeeder. The site is located at www.kindlefeeder.com. What’s unique about Kindlefeeder is that it can auto send your feed to you automatically up to twice a day. Screen shot below
It won’t be a push thing, but at least it will deliver your RSS Feed which you add on to Kindlefeeder to your Kindle.
That’s one way, the other way would be directly from your Kindle, and here’s how:
- From Home, select the latest Kindlefeeder that was sent to you.
- Click on “Trigger a new wireless delivery”
That’s it, just wait until Kindlefeeder resend you another feed, and you’re done. You now have the latest feed. You can “Trigger a new wireless delivery” as many times as you want.
*Automatic delivery is for Premium Users only.
*To use Trigger a new wireless delivery service, you have to check to be a Premium Users
*Be sure to check on the “Check this box to turn on automatic scheduled delivery:” option under Delivery Schedule menu