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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.
Jason Zheng@hereisjason · Independent macOS Developer.
@airjoshb Get it. The following version of Klib will support sync with your Kindle account. Believe you will like it then.
joshua bradley@airjoshb · Celebrating people, making life better.
@hereisjason I downloaded it— how many books can you manage by default? If you buy the license for unlimited books does that include upgrades in the future, eg. when you get syncing set up?
Jason Zheng@hereisjason · Independent macOS Developer.
@airjoshb Free account could manage 20 books, Klib Pro could manage unlimited books at least in Klib 1.x. For syncing, can't promise as Amazon doesn't open this API, and need to find some geek ways to support it. It's possible, but sorry can't give an exact date now.
Jason Zheng@hereisjason · Independent macOS Developer.
@airjoshb Klib's new version already support wirelessly importing from Amazon and export to Evernote. Klib can open Kindle for macOS and jump to the exact location to review highlight, which is very cool and useful. Welcome to try the preview version: http://klib.me/d Tutorial: https://en.toolinbox.net/Klib/
joshua bradley@airjoshb · Celebrating people, making life better.
@hereisjason awesome. Thanks!
Jason Zheng@hereisjason · Independent macOS Developer.
@airjoshb Glad to know you like new Klib. ​BTW, welcome to join users' Telegram group for quick communication: https://t.me/iToolinbox
Jason Zheng@hereisjason · Independent macOS Developer.
@airjoshb Just FYI, the new Klib has been released in Mac App Store. Welcome to update.