Evernote is an online service that allows you to save notes, clippings, websites and images to a personal account, for note-taking and archiving purposes. You can gather these "notes" from a variety of different sources, including computers, smartphones and tablets. Because the Kindle has a built-in Web browser, you can use it to log in to the mobile version of your Evernote account to view and read your stored content.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Launch the Kindle's Web browser by pressing the "Menu" button on the keyboard and selecting "Experimental" using the five-way controller. Highlight "Launch Browser" and select it to launch the application.
Press the "Menu" button on the Kindle's keyboard and select "Enter URL" using the five-way controller.
Type "http://www.evernote.com/m" to access Evernote's mobile interface. This provides a streamlined version of the website, which is easier to view on a limited screen such as the Kindle's.
Enter your Evernote username and password in the relevant boxes, and select the "Sign In" button using the five-way controller. Your Evernote account and its content are displayed.
Select the note you want to read from the "Notes" list using the Kindle's five-way controller. The note is opened to full screen.
Tips and warnings
- You can view the full Evernote website on the Kindle instead, though images and formatting may not display correctly.
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