Universalis on the Kindle (Mac)
Universalis is different from a printed book because it creates the content for each day for you, eliminating the need for complicated calendar calculations and all the rest.
The Kindle is just like a printed book, in that it shows you exactly what an e-book contains, no more and no less. The Kindle isn't a programmable device and can't run programs.
To bridge this gap, you can use the Universalis program to create e-books for the Kindle. You can create an e-book for a day, a week, a month, or a year. If you want, you can create several e-books in advance.
What you need
- A Kindle.
- A Mac.
- The Universalis program on the Mac. If you haven't already got it, these instructions will tell you how to download it.
If you plan to transfer your created e-books directly to your Kindle, you also need:
- The USB cable that came with your Kindle. This is the cable you use when charging the Kindle.