Twitter is a place where people you follow keep sharing important links of your interest. You may click some and miss a few. There can be some less important content shared by your friends; to avoid this content, you can either block them (which you can't) or just open those shared links in Safari as news reader.

It is a pretty cool feature on your iPhone and iPad; with the help of this feature, you can read those important links in a simple manner avoiding other Tweets and content.

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How to Access Shared Links in Safari on iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Before you go ahead, simply check your Twitter is configured on the iOS device you are using currently. You can use this feature on devices running on iOS 7, iOS 8, and iOS 9. One of the major benefits of this feature is that you don't have to download any extra reading app on your iPhone or iPad.

How to Access Shared Links in Safari in iOS 9 on iPhone and iPad

Step #1. Launch Safari app in your iOS device.

Step #2. Tap on Bookmarks icon.

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Tap on Bookmark in Safari on iPhone

You can see three options: Bookmarks, Reading List, and Shared Links.

Safari Bookmark Options on iPhone

Step #3. Tap on Shared Links (@) option.

How to Access Shared Links on iPhone and iPad

You will be able to see all links shared by Twitter accounts you are following. Tap on any link and you can see the content in a nice news reader format on your iOS device.

Like iOS device, you can also access shared links in Safari in Mac OS X.

How to Access Shared Links in Safari in Mac OS X

Step #1. Launch Safari on your Mac.

Step #2. Now click on Side Bar option.

Click on Side Bar Option in Safari on Mac

You can see three options: Bookmarks, Reading List, and Shared Links.

Side Bar Options in Safari on Mac

Step #3. Click on Share Links (@) icon.

Access Shared Links on Mac

This will show a list of links shared with you by people you follow on Twitter. This is an amazing feature of Safari on iOS devices and Mac OS X. Have you tried this out on your iPhone, iPad or Mac?

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