Just a quick announcement today, some of you probably noticed already that we have recently added two new features: QR Codes Our users requested this one. After the text of each article, you will now notice an image with a QR Code. It is not a random QR code obviously. It points to the article’s website. What does it mean? Well, you can now scan the code to see the article on your mobile, to share it on social media, send to a friend etc. [Read More]
Introducing personal sender emails
Keendly is back!
After more than a week of being down, we’re back! What happened? So far the only information we shared was that we got blocked by Amazon from using the Send To Kindle service. Let us explain it a bit further. As you know, we are generating ebooks from articles. Those ebooks are pretty much just files in a format that Kindle devices understand. In order to make them appear on Kindle, we are sending them by email using the Send To Kindle service. [Read More]
Star articles directly from your Kindle
Few days ago we released first of many (hopefully) features that we call interactive magazines. You can now find two links just below the article’s title. They allow you to: Star article For some readers (NEWSBLUR) it is called save instead. It will simply mark the article as saved for later. Mark as read As you suspect, it will mark the article as read in your reader. NOTE: link is available only if you didn’t choose to mark the articles as read automatically. [Read More]
Migration to SWF
First post about the tech behind Keendly
In the first post about the technology behind Keendly, we’re gonna tell about our migration from custom flow system to Amazon Simple Workflow. We will try to explain why we decided to replace working system for something we didn’t understand and share our finding and experience. Problem As you know, we are generating ebooks. Generating each of them consists of several steps. We need to: fetch the article content from the website download, resize and compress images generate actual ebook send it via email mark delivery as finished mark articles as read From the very beginning we wanted those tasks to be independent. [Read More]
Inoreader token expired notifications
Never miss your feeds again
Quick announcement for Inoreader users today. Keendly integration with Inoreader is based on Oauth. Once user authorizes Keendly to access his account, we are able to fetch feeds, unread articles, mark them as read etc. The token returned by Inoreader, is valid for 30 days though. So if you’ve set up an automatic delivery a month ago and didn’t log in during that time to Keendly, we lose access to your Inoreader data. [Read More]
The most requested feature is there!
Today is the day. We are pleased to announce by far the most requested feature - automatic deliveries. We call them subscriptions. You can subscribe to feeds and have their articles delivered on daily basis, automatically. Process of creating subscription is almost exactly the same as the one for single delivery: Log in Select feeds you want us to send to your Kindle automatically Click SUBSCRIBE Configure your subscription: There are two more fields comparing to single delivery configuration: [Read More]
Send your favorite content right to your Kindle
Let me introduce Keendly, a service that allows you to enjoy content from your favorite websites as you would enjoy a book. It won’t be anything new if I say that we were never surrounded by as much information as we are now. Notifications about new content are coming from multiple channels all the time. We are not left alone though. RSS readers, social media feeds are helping us to organize, services like Pocket or Readability are helping to focus on the actual content. [Read More]