If you own a Kindle device or are use the Kindle app on your Mac or your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch, there is a nifty little utility called [Send to Kindle]((http://www.amazon.com/gp/sendtokindle/mac) that allows you to send personal documents to your Kindle from your Mac. The Send to Kindle icon sits in your Dock and to add items to your Kindle, simply drag and drop one or more documents to the Dock icon. You can then archive your personal items so that they’ll be available for download at a later time.
You can also right-click one or more documents in a Finder window, point to Services and choose Send to Kindle from the Services menu or you can also “print a document” to your Kindle. Select File > Print from any Mac application that can print, click the Printer drop-down list and choose Send to Kindle from the Printer menu.
The Send to Kindle app is free and you can download it from Amazon’s Web site HERE.
- Read Web Pages Offline using Safari’s Reading List Feature
- Turn TextEdit into a Word Processor by Inserting Tables
- Apple’s Best of 2014
- Create Links to an E-mail Messages in the Notes app
- Sync Google Contacts with your Mac’s Contacts application