Users of Amazon’s iOS Kindle app can now send documents, web pages, and other content viewed on Safari to their Kindle devices to be read later. The new feature comes as part of the iOS app’s latest update, which is available now on iPhone and iPad. Sites and files are converted to Kindle format when sent from Safari, allowing users to fiddle with font size, page color, and other options.
The update also brings ComiXology’s Guided View feature to iOS, offering a naturalistic way to read comics that hops from panel to panel in the same way our eyes do with real comic books. It’s been a long time coming — the feature’s been available on Kindle since 2014 — but it should make reading comics on smaller screens easier.