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You can now 'send to Kindle' from Safari on your iPhone

The Kindle for iOS app's latest update adds the feature to Apple's native browser, though it's been available in Chrome and Firefox.

Screenshot by Lori Grunin/CNET

Now Safari users on Apple iOS devices can take advantage of the Kindle e-book app as a read-it-later solution, thanks to the latest update from earlier this week.

You access the feature via the share sheet in the browser (that's the upload icon). Oddly, when I tried it the document appeared on my Android phone before it finally synced to my iPhone.

On upload, you can change the title and author, as well as choose whether you want it to go in your Kindle library for cross-device sync, or just send it to a particular device.