Read Reddit posts on Kindle
I'm a regular Redditor. Some of my favorite content are on Reddit. From reading fascinating historical stories on /r/AskHistorians, to the scary stuff on /r/nosleep, or the discussion about the finale of a TV show (/r/HouseOfDragon).
My recently favorite subreddit has been /r/WritingPrompts. Wow, I wish I could write half as good as some of the stories there.
I figured it would be great to read all that content offline, on a comfortable e-ink screen.
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Features at a glance
I tried my best to keep the same styles as the original HN page.
- Send Reddit discussions to your Kindle in one click
- Fast! No PDF conversion needed.
- Article usually delivered within a minute*
- Child comments get proper indentation so you understand the context better
- Downvoted comments are grayed out
Easy to navigate
Like any forum, when reading child comments, the conversation could get off-topic real quick.
I wanted to quickly move to the next top-level comment, which usually sets a different context or new perspectives.
KTool makes it easy with a chapter selection by leveraging the built-in Table of Content
KTool supports all Kindle's native features
- Notes & Hightlights
- Themes, Font & Layout
- Dictionary & Wikipedia
- Sync with Kindle mobile apps
- New: now with modern EPUB format
Who am I?
I'm Daniel Nguyen. In June, I quit my job to start indie hacking full-time.
The idea of KTool first came to my mind when I was reading Ask HN: I'm a software engineer going blind, how should I prepare?
I've been wearing glasses since I was 5. My right eye is basically blind. Doctors said there is no chance to cure it.
I was genuinely scared. Like holy shit, if my left eye stops working, my life is done. Since then I've been very conscious about time spent on computer screens.
That's when I started using Kindle-related products: to offload as many reading materials as possible to the Kindle. I was a happy customer of Push to Kindle. Great product!
Then I ran into multiple limitations which led me to build KTool: a tool to send anything online to Kindle. Blog posts, Twitter threads, Hacker News discussions, RSS, newsletters, PDF, AZW3... you name it.
I built this specific page for sending Reddit discussions to your Kindle. If you want to read other content, give KTool a try.
That's me and my daughter, trying to build a profitable Internet business
If you're on Twitter, let's connect. I'm actively #buildinpublic there.