Some Wattpad files are epub format and other are jad format and the latter may be more of an issue though I did find a number of on-line converter claiming to be able to convert them - preferably to epub as I found that reading pdfs on the Kindle was hard work because they are not re-paginated or re-flowed to match your screen size.
Personally I would ...
In Calibre You can select several books at once, and hit convert. It is an old feature, described on the official blog:
Bulk convert: Calibre allows you to convert books in bulk. You can
select a set of books, all of which may or may not be in the same
format, and convert them all in bulk to a different format. So say you
have a kindle and you have ...
If you use the "Send to Kindle" program/browser extension, you have already accessed the content from the remote website. You are simply sending the (already downloaded to your PC) data to Amazon, to have it available on your Kindle devices.
The Terms of Service are here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html/ref=hp_bc_nav?ie=UTF8&nodeId=...
If you want an easy way to do it, probably the easiest solution is to use the Calibre program. It lets you convert almost any format into an .epub file, which the (separate) Calibre editor can then edit. If desired, you can use Calibre to convert the edited .epub file back to the original format as a final step.
The .mobi format simply can't be edited in ...
If you are starting with an .epub file, there is an editor program in the Calibre suite which can change anything in the .epub, including the fonts:
But if you convert the file from .epub to .mobi, with any program including Calibre, it's then almost impossible to edit the resulting .mobi file. So you get stuck with ...
One way is to use EpubPress to make an EPUB and then open it in Kindle Previewer and export it as a MOBI file.
An issue I found is that opening each page of the SQL book individually results in too many tabs for EpubPress to process. It can process the single-page version you get from one of the printable version links on the book's main page, but then the ...
Documents and Books are treated almost identically inside the Kindle app or Kindle device. There are filtering functions to divide the view so you see only one type or another type, but generally you can see both types together.
One thing: in Manage Content & Devices, (on the Amazon website) you need to specify Documents or Books, so you can see files ...
What type of Kindle do you have? Most of them support browsers, even though some are quite basic. So one option would be to simply view the website on the kindle itself, no?
If this is not sufficient please can you clarify why in your original question.
Here are just a few possibilities (which I have not tested):
An app that lets you push to Kindle from within Safari
Let us know if any of these work for you!
Using Calibre you could try :
Adding the book in the Calibre library
Sending the book to your Amazon email address (Right click on the book > Connect / Share)
Sending the book to your Kindle while it is connected to your computer (Right click on the book > Send to device)
Of course this requires some initial configuration (telling Calibre how to send email,...
Usually a .mobi file actually includes a couple copies of the book in different formats. Is the .mobi file much larger (like, multiple times) than the epub file? This is the giveaway. The KindleStrip plugin (http://www.mobileread.com/forums/showthread.php?t=96903) might help you remove that excess content to bring the file down to a manageable size.
The Kindle Cloud Reader is a Kindle Web App which anables us read Kindle books online.
As my own guess, Amazon use this web app to allow us to read kindle books online, and most of those contents are Kindle manga or comic.
For those long-text kindle eBooks(such as novels), we are limited to use Kindle desktop app or Kindle devices.
HTML has to be clean for conversions. Often webpages may use custom/extra styles which confuse Kindle or these plugins.
One idea would be to paste the contents onto a MS Word file and then send the MS Word file to Kindle.
Paste the text of article to MS Word from a web browser. (Make sure to choose to paste TEXT ONLY). Apply only two styles: HEADING1 to ...
The equivalent in Kindle to folders is collections. Usually you can create this on the ebook reader yourself.
This Kindle help document https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201733490 indicates that there is a cloud component to collections on later devices, but I don't know what this means for kindle apps.
For the Android Kindle ...
You can try GrabMyBooks.
It can be used to grab webpages and create an ebook from them; I don't own a Kindle and I don't recall if it saves in formats other than ePub, but you can easily use Calibre to convert it if needed. You can send the ebook to your device then and read it like any other ebook.
Another possible solution, if it integrates also with ...
Two questions which I need to ask:
a)who owns the devices?
b)what kinds of files are you sharing? You say, .mobi, but are you just repackaging .doc files or .pdfs into .mobi?
First, let's not use the word "side-load" because that usually refers to moving a file through USB. If you're "sending to Kindle", that obviously is not using USB.
I think what you'...
GO back to previous home screen menu following these steps:
Go to home screen and press menu button (It is on top right of screen)
Select device options
Select personalize your kindle
Select advanced options
Turn off home screen view
and hopefully now you are back to your old screen view.
Let me know if it worked.