Effortlessly send web articles to your Kindle and boost your focus
Pro content creators are using KTool everyday
Send online content to your Kindle
in one click
Easy to use
So simple that even your ma can use it.
It just works™
- Send articles to your Kindle in one click
- Article delivered within a minute
- Cross-platform: available on mobile, desktop, and web.
- KTool supports Wikipedia articles, Twitter threads, StackOverflow answers, Markdown, PDF, DOCX, Standard EBooks, newsletters and many more...
Best conversion quality
I believe that simplicity should not come at the expense of quality. KTool turns web articles into high quality e-books.
- Removes all ads and distractions
- Detects Table of Content automatically
- Preserves formats & styles
- Optimizes images for Kindle devices
- Supports emoji 🔥🔥🔥
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
Smart & powerful
KTool integrates deeply with popular web services to bring you the best reading experience.
- Popular news sources, including content behind paywalls
- Wikipedia articles
- Twitter threads
- StackOverflow answers
- Hacker News discussions
- Markdown, DOCX, PDF
- Standard EBooks (standardebooks.org)
- Newsletters (beta)
- Coming soon: RSS, Reddit...
Don't take our word for it
We are loved by startup founders, CEOs, freelancers, software engineers and many more. Our customers' testimonials are the best social proof we can get!
Who am I?
I'm Daniel Nguyen. In June, I quit my consulting job to start indie hacking on the side.
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 sh*t, 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.
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, your favorite manga... you name it.
If you're a Kindle owner and read a lot of online content, give KTool a try.
Also, check out my latest AI productivity tool Bolt AI
If you're on Twitter, let's connect. I'm actively #buildinpublic there.