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Amazon Kindle App for iOS Adds Split View Support for iPad

The Amazon Kindle eBook reader app for iOS devices has received an update that brings a number of new features.Read More...

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What To Expect From Apple’s March 27th Event

Apple sent out invites to its March event, where the tech giant is expected to unveil new products and services.

Apple will host its educational-focused event on March 27 in the busy city of Chicago. Rather than holding the event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, Apple will kick off the event at the Lane Tech College Prep High School in Chicago, Illinois.

Apple invite for this year read, “Join us to hear new creative ideas for teachers and students.” Even though the event will be educational based, it’s speculated that the company will announce an all new Apple Pencil and all new iPad Pro models, one of which will feature Face ID. Apple will likely roll out new Swift Playground updates to help teach students how to code.

If you’re interested in watching the event live as it happens, Apple will live-stream the entire event over on its website.

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Amazon Kindle App for iOS Gains Support for iPad’s Split View

The Amazon Kindle app for iOS devices, which is designed to allow Amazon-purchased ebooks to be read on the iPhone and iPad, was today updated with several new features.

On compatible iPad models, there's now support for Split View, so you can use the Amazon Kindle app side-by-side with other apps for multitasking while reading.

In addition to Split View support, today's update adds continuous scrolling, a feature that lets you scroll through books like you would an iPad. You can activate the option by going to Settings and turning on continuous scrolling. Once enabled, the feature can be turned on and off using the Aa menu in your book.

Amazon has also added a feature to pull down in your book library to refresh the list of available books, and there are new Kindle dictionaries for Arabic.
What's New

- Split view on iPad is here! Resize the app to multi-task while reading without ever switching context.
- Try scrolling through your book - just like a web page. Turn continuous scrolling on via Settings, then easily turn it on and off from the Aa menu in your book. Tell us what you think.
- Pull down in the library to refresh your list of books.
- We've added Kindle dictionaries for Arabic.
Amazon Kindle can be downloaded from the App Store for free. [Direct Link]
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How to Enable Automatic Reader View in Safari for iOS

Safari for iOS has a nifty built-in "Reader" feature that's designed to allow Safari users to read online articles with a distraction-free design that tucks away ads and other visual clutter on supported sites.

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You can tap the Reader icon whenever you're reading through an article to activate this mode, but there's also a way to turn it on for all articles on a specific website or all supported articles on the web.

  1. Open up Safari.

  2. Navigate to a favorite website like

  3. Click on an article.

  4. In the navigation bar at the top, where it says "Reader View Available," tap and hold on the icon that looks like three lines.
From here, you'll see a pop that says "Automatic Reader View," with options to either enable Automatic Reader View on the website you're currently visiting or on all websites.

With this feature enabled, all articles that you click on for a specific website (or all websites if you chose that option) will be displayed in Reader View by default.

You can also use Reader View on the Mac too, and your Automatic Reader preferences for Mac can be accessed by going to Preferences in the Safari Mac app and choosing "Reader" under general. You can also turn Reader on for all articles on a particular webpage by right clicking or clicking and holding on the Reader icon while visiting a website.
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