Kindles and different e-ink readers include rudimentary internet browsers. It is no enjoyable to make use of them for normal internet use, so Doug Belshaw made a listing of internet sights particularly helpful for e-reader customers. It is referred to as eink.link.
From his announcement:
I am somebody who makes use of the online browser on my e-reader. I at all times have achieved, from the earliest Amazon Kindle I had, via to the bq Cervantes 4 I exploit as of late. To scratch my very own itch, I’ve created a brand new website: eink.link
As you’d anticipate, internet browsers on e-readers aren’t very succesful. As web sites get ever extra bloated and complicated, they render ever extra poorly on these sorts of gadgets.
Easy, text-based web sites work nicely, although. So I assumed I might start to gather these and make them out there for anybody to make use of. I am not doing something sophisticated: simply utilizing GitHub Pages to serve up a fundamental web site that is styled Simple.css.
Proper now, I’ve added a number of hyperlinks within the following classes:
It is fairly superior that I can obtain EPUB-formatted books instantly from my e-reader’s internet browser on to the machine!