I moved on to The Dunwich Horror after finishing CoC as it was very strongly recommended by coworkers and friends and it is a compelling novella to say the least. One evening I was home in bed and didn't have the energy to go into the other room to get my computer. Resignedly, I reached for my iPhone. I was surprised to find a "Reader" button address bar of Safari. I read about the feature, but had no idea how much it was going to improve my life!
I keenly tapped the button and with delight the page changed into a eBook type format. Huzzah, I don't have to pinch and zoom to get a readable view of websites on my phone!
I excitedly started poking at the the other buttons and found the send to (box with an arrow icon) has a new option to "Add to Reading List". Of course, I carelessly chose it not knowing what it would do.
Taking an educated guess, I found the Reading List under the Bookmark menu (open book icon at the bottom of Safari) and dove in. This works a lot like Instapaper or Read It Later, but in my opinion built-in is almost always better. If you're not familiar with those services, they will save a web page for later viewing. For example, most people would rather read a ten chapter novella on their large computer screen or iPad than their phone, perhaps until now. Combine this with iCloud bookmark storage and now you can effortlessly sync the Reading List with your other devices. That's frackin' handy!
I was surprised once more when I found the next little bit. I know you're probably getting tired and thinking of saving this post for later, but hold on to your butts because this last feature of Reader will blow you away (not really and stop holding your butts; you're going to stink up your hands, seriously).
Dictionary definitions! No more copy and paste into your favorite definition finder!! I was elated to find this because I'm kind of a word nerd lacking an overly extensive vocabulary.
The trick here is to tap and hold on the word in question. The standard Copy menu will appear, but a new option Define is also available.
This is what you see when you tap Define. I did discover a word or two that it didn't know, but I think 99% of the time it will not disappoint.