New way to manage Kindle highlights & notes.


Jason Zheng
@hereisjason · Independent macOS Developer.
Hi, I'm Jason, an independent macOS developer, already released a series of macOS tools: iPic, iPic Mover, iHosts, iPaste and iTimer. Today, I'm really excited to release a new one: Klib. Klib will change your way to manage Kindle highlights & notes. - Import from Kindle or iBooks. - Review notes in Kindle for macOS. - Copy notes in Markdown format. - … See more
Ben Tossell
@bentossell · Community Lead, Product Hunt
Nice! I actually never bother to highlight things from my Kindle app because I never know what to do with them after. This could be really useful
Thibaud Gerin
@tgerin · OnePark
Would be nice to auto sync the notes through the kindle account given that I kinda never connect my kindle to my computer. Will give it a try tho
Jack Smith
@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
this looks very cool. kind notes are messy normally
joshua bradley
@airjoshb · Celebrating people, making life better.
Looks like a great way to get way more mileage out of highlights. Auto syncing with Kindle account instead of a device would make it indispensable—I've never even plugged my Kindle into my Mac.