Kinstant Start Page Lets You Create Your Own Kindle-ised Links

Inspired by Lifehacker's commenters, Kindle start page app Kinstant has updated to version 3, with room to create your own Kindle-ised web bookmarks, smaller-scale versions for DX and second edition users, and news topics you can swap in and out.

Otherwise, Kinstant still does what it does best — provides a handy start page for the experimental browser on the Kindle ebook reader. Now it's just easier to use, and you can save your link preferences, and your customised bookmarks are kept constant using the Kindle's internal storage. It's a free service, and very handy.



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