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Amazon introducing much-waited feature read-it-later to his Kindle for iOS devices. That allow users when they get touch through Safari browser the web page and document can be sent to Kindle device to read the content later on.

This functionality already has been introduced in Chrome and Firefox browser to insert the documents to Kindle in the past, but the feature doesn’t offer to iOS devices.

This new option ”Send to Kindle” has been integrated on Safari’s Share sheet. After you get the update for Kindle app, whoever use this application they can add the extension available at the bottom of share sheet, while you tap the More button and easy way enable it.

If you are the user any article that has been saved on the top of the library listed on the Kindle app along with this Kindle tablet connected with Amazon account. You can see the saved article are welcomed by Kindle device. It means users can view the text, font, color of pages, and many spacing features. Even, the Kindle device bring you some more flexible feature which is they dictionary views, languages, Wikipedia, bookmarks, and many options. This new update available on the App Store.

Source: Kindle Via: MacRumors

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