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Amazon now backs up documents sent to your Kindle to your Cloud Drive

Amazon's convenient "Send to Kindle feature" now also backs up those personal documents to users Amazon Cloud drive (NASDAQ:AMZN)

| Internet & Websites News | Posted: Apr 16, 2014 11:15 pm

Amazon's unique "send to Kindle" feature has to be one of the most convenient and useful parts of Amazon's ecosystem, and now that handy little feature just got even better. Now when users click "send to Kindle," the document, e-book, and text from websites will also be automatically backed up on that users' Cloud Drive.

 

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"You can use Manage Your Kindle to see a list of your documents, re-deliver them to Kindle devices and free reading apps, delete them, or turn off auto-saving of documents to the cloud," Amazon said in an email to customers. "Documents will be delivered just as they have in the past and you will continue to have 5 GB of free cloud storage for your personal documents. Just Send Once, Read Everywhere."

NEWS SOURCES:Theverge.com

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