Kindle Scribe

The Kindle Scribe Just Got A Bunch Of New Features

Edit your Word docs on the fly!

Amazon has announced another major update for the Kindle Scribe bringing some bunch of requested features.

The largest new feature is the ability to send documents directly from Microsoft Word to your Kindle Script to both read and make adjustments on the fly.

Kindle Scribe

Another big addition is the ability to now look at 9 notebook pages at once thanks to a new Birds Eye View. The other new feature are about improvements to PDF reading/annotation as well as the ability to have a two column layout whilst reading books in landscape.

The Kindle Scribe is available from Amazon for $679 AUD. You can grab it HERE.

NEW KINDLE SCRIBE FEATURES

  • Send to Kindle from Microsoft Word: Send documents (.docx and .doc) directly from your Microsoft Word app on your desktop or browser to read and review on Kindle (Microsoft 365 subscription required). Step by Step:
  • In-Notebook Birds Eye View with Add, Delete, and Move Notebook Pages: The In-Notebook BEV (Birds Eye View) lets you see 9 notebook pages at once, and management actions for single page selection help you get context of the content of your notebooks to easily navigate and manage them. Users will now have access to add/insert pages, move a single page, and delete a single page.
  • PDF Reading/Annotation Improvements: PDF content will now include the ability to increase or decrease contrast, one of the most requested features for Kindle Scribe. The contrast slider will be available in PDF documents imported via Send to Kindle and PDF Kindle catalog content and will enhance readability for reviewing and annotating PDFs.
  • Two-column layout setting in landscape book reading: Two column display will be available in the new Aa menu setting in the layout tab for books content. You will now have the option between one or two-column displays when your device is in Landscape orientation.
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