Can you read hubpages on an Amazon Kindle 3G?
I've recently been looking up the Kindle 3 with wireless and free global 3G connectivity. I was wondering if you can access hubpages on it to read hubs and post comments??
Yes, you can read from Kindle from this version here,
You can Search, Annotations, Dictionary, and Wikipedia
It supports-Kindle (AZW), TXT, PDF, Audible (Audible Enhanced (AA, AAX)), MP3, unprotected MOBI, PRC natively; HTML, DOC, JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP through conversion.
So lets have a look at this Kindle. I think you will find it awesome. I usually use "foxit reader" in Kindle to read eBook. You can also make eBook version of webpage/ website with some software.
You can read it using the internal browser, it doesn't look as good as on a pc but it works.
I don't know but whats the difference between kindle and an iPad
I'm not too sure...I don't have the 3g Kindle but I'll tell you what...even if it doesnt read hubpages I wouldn't care...The Kindle is the best thing to ever happen to me...I love mine and i even wrote a review about it in one of my hubs.
It this short guide I will show you two ways of converting HubPages articles into a format better suited for reading or your e-book reader.
If your e-book reader has a web-browser, you may be able to do this without the aid of a smart phone or... read more
I don't have a Kindle, but you would be able to, yes.
A Kindle is an e-book reader with a built-in web browser, whereas an iPad is a fully-functioning mini workstation?
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