5 Best Read It Later Apps
Read it later apps definitely helps us to save a lot of times if we don’t have the time to read longer articles that may across the web. The best read it later apps can help you in this situation.
Today we are listing the best 5 Read It Later Apps available that will help you to save all the interesting articles you find and to read later.
Pocket formerly Read it Later is everyone’s favorite app to save the article and read it later. Pocket has been named one of the best apps for iPhone and iPad by the App Store and Editor’s choice app in Google Play Store.
Over 10 million people use Pocket to save articles, videos, and other web content for later. With the app, you can view, organize and share them anytime, on any device like Android, iPhone, iPad, The Web even offline.
You can also save to Pocket with Browser Extensions for Chrome, Safari, Firefox and Internet Explorer.
Instapaper is one of my personal favorites read it later service. Instapaper service was founded in 2008. Instapaper is a service almost similar to the functions of Pocket. With one click, Instapaper lets you save all of the interesting articles, videos etc.
Instapaper syncs the articles and videos you save so that they’re waiting for you on all major devices like Android Smartphones, Tablets, iPhone, iPad, Amazon Kindle etc.
Instapaper’s browser extension can be used in place of the bookmarklet to save articles directly into your Instapaper queue.
3. Readability (Discontinued)
The Readability bookmarking service will be shutting down on September 30, 2016.
Readability comes 3rd on our list. Readability started their service in 2009 and still in the hunt for the best Read it Later service and be a competitor for Pocket and Instapaper.
Readability is easy to like Pocket and Instagram with the same functions. Readability is available on the App store, Google Play Store. With Readability Chrome extension you can save articles to Kindle for later reading.
Evernote is not just a note taking app but its a read it later service too. With Evernote Clearly you can save blog posts, articles and webpages clean and easy to read. If you don’t have time to finish reading, tap on the Evernote icon to finish reading later.
5. Klip Me
Klip Me is not a popular read it later service but its simple and worth to try. Klip Me is a simple service for sending web content to mobile devices. You can save web articles for offline reading and enable Save to Cloud option, Sync your favorite articles to Klip.me server to save.