Tablets are great because they can do a wide variety of tasks. Surfing the net, reading books, playing games, you name it. eReaders are a bit less useful, as they are designed for reading books and such. So what happens when you want to surf the net on your Kindle? There is a very basic browser that you can use if you’re on WiFi, but otherwise you’re out of luck. That is, unless you’ve had the foresight to email yourself the pages you want to read.
A handy little app by the name of Kindlebility allows you to email any website straight to your Kindle. It takes a couple of small steps to setup, but once that is done, it only takes a single click to send a page to your device. Sure, it’s not going to let you update Facebook or anything, but it’s a nice way to save something important for referencing or reading later, when you don’t have internet access.