Amazon’s Kindle Development Kit has not led to revolutionary apps for the device. But developers have come up with a few useful tools for Kindle using the platform. Here are 5 cool Kindle apps you can use to become more productive and get more out of your device:
Calendar for Kindle: a simple daily planner and schedule manager for Kindle. You can use this to create events and tasks.
Notepad: would you like to take notes and edit your existing ones on your Kindle? This app has you covered.
Sticky for Kindle: displays the information important to you on your Kindle in form of sticky notes. It can organize up to 250 notes.
Calculator: this simple tool lets you make everyday, simple calculations on your Kindle. It has calculator history too.
Converter: if you need to convert between units on your Kindle, look no further than this app. It covers 76 units across 11 categories.
What are your favorite Kindle apps so far?
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