"A [preacher] who does not love art, poetry, music and nature can be dangerous. Blindness and deafness toward the beautiful are not incidental; they are necessarily reflected in his theology." — BXVI
Check out Universalis.com. The Liturgy of the Hours is available there in a variety of formats. I use the app on my iPad but there are also eBook versions for readers including the Kindle.
The desktop version of Universalis can create a Kindle version.http://universalis.com/n-ebooks.htm
If you want to do the 1961 Office for free. I recommend this website: Officium Divinium. Set the rubrics to "Rubrics 1960" and you'll be good to go. With this site you now have a Latin Breviary with parallel Latin and English.http://divinumofficium.com/cgi-bin/horas/officium.pl
One of the guys here uses iBreviary's mobile interface ( http://www.ibreviary.com/m/breviario.php ).
To get the official translation I had to use a bit of a hack, but it works!I went to divineoffice.org and got their RSS feed url which is http://feeds2.feedburner.com/divineofficeThen I have Calibre e-book manager from http://calibre-ebook.com/Calibre has a nice feature of creating news sources from RSS feeds that are automaticaly created daily and send to your Kindleusing your kindle email address.There are other RSS to Kindle services but I just like Calibre since it's all in one place.
Agreed with the above two people. I have a Nook and the Universalis app does a great job of rendering it to a format I can use on it. It's nice to be able to set the text size up to comfortable with out the reading specs on.
Just as an update - I had an email from universalis this morning and one of the items was regarding the kindle: http://www.universalis.com/n-kindle.htm
if anyone of you have a copy of breviary in kindle format, please send it to my email. firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you