06-11-2011 07:58 PM
Does anyone know if there could be a browser extension to transfer a web article to your Nook the way you can to another e-reader device?
Is this functionality that needs to be built into the Nook? Plans??
06-12-2011 05:01 PM
There are a few add-on programs in Chrome/Firefox that will send a web page to a Kindle to read later. I currently use a program that sets any article into a clean screen to mimic an ePub look, however, being able to send articles to an eReader for reading at lunch would be helpful to me.
These programs send the articles to the Kindle with their <username>@free.kindle.com e-mail address they give you when you register your device.
I am really interested in buying the new Nook but this functionality might push me to the other option.
06-12-2011 06:50 PM
Seems like this would be a natural feature to offer in the (mysterious, ill-defined) MyNook.com site. Mail something to your (cloud) account that shows up in your library when you sync.
06-13-2011 02:15 AM
06-07-2012 02:00 PM
I am looking for the same. I ran into this and was hoping there was a comparable Nook extension.
10-22-2012 04:54 AM
I have to agree that the ability to send the text of a webpage directly to the Nook is an obvious feature that i would just expect to be available in a Firefox addon. I knew that the Kindle had this functionality and just assumed that it was obvious enough that the Nook would as well.
The Nook is a grat reading device, but a horrible browsing device, so the ability to browse on the desktop but read on the Nook is natural. I cannot believe that this feature does not exist.
12-06-2012 06:04 PM
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01-10-2013 02:10 PM
I use Springpad. You can clip to it. Your nook downloads new content when you have wifi access so it available when you are off line.
I use chrome to browse. The is an extension that adds springpad to the right click menu. I hi-lite to text to clip and right click. Bingo! done. Lots of other good stuff too.