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Is there a way to automatically send RSS feeds from Google Reader to Kindle every day at a scheduled time? Basically I would like to receive the title of the unread feeds, then when I click that feed item would be downloaded to Kindle.

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Google Reader is shutting down July 1, 2013. – Al E. Jun 21 '13 at 13:11

KindleSend automatically downloads RSS feeds, creates an ebook, and sends it to your Kindle on a scheduled basis. They include scheduled syncing at 1am (GMT), but if you want to specify the exact time or send more than 12 different RSS feeds then you need to pay $20 per year.

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Tried with qwantz.com, got the posts without cartoon images -- pretty useless if you ask me – Jakub Bochenski Dec 25 '13 at 22:10
KindleSend seems to be dead. The website is replaced by an advertisement site. – pabouk Aug 25 '15 at 16:10

Readability and Instapaper are free web services. At first you should make accounts in IFTTT, Readability and Instapaper (all free). So, you should make your recipe in IFTTT with reference recipe which you can find in 'browse' menu.

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Not even a link to the recipe? Bah! – Al E. Jun 21 '13 at 13:11

Use Instapaper to send a compilation of your unread articles to your kindle

Use Feedly to organize your feeds.

Then use IFTTT to send new posts in any given feedly category to Instapaper.

You can send up to ten articles at a time whenever you want nicely compiled in one document. Or you can set a time to send up to ten articles automatically each day. You could set up multiple IFTTT recipes for different categories.

I found this idea at http://ljcbluemuse.blogspot.com/2012/08/how-to-read-blogs-on-your-kindle-free.html

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Sendtoreader Periodicals does just that. You'll need to make a bundle inside your google reader, containing the feeds you'd like to receive on your Kindle. Bundle gives you RSS link which you'll need setting up sendtoreader periodical. The service will deliver full-text articles, not just titles.

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Newstoebook.com converts any RSS/Atom feed, or Google Reader subscription into EPUB or Kindle ebook.

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