We all have our busy lives & hectic schedules to follow on a regular basis. And am sure you also must be logging in to your social media profiles, news websites, apps & other sources to keep a tab on whats happening around the world or within your industry & interested topics. Many at times it happens that we are surfing online or scrolling our social media timelines & come across interesting articles. Immediately we start reading & in no time we get distracted or get busy with something else. This happens with me a lot. And we end up losing that important article.
Not anymore! Thanks to few read-it-later apps. Yes! There are apps available where in we can save the articles we come across online & save it so that we can read it later. Here are the best 3 read-it-later apps:
Pocket (Read It Later, Inc) was founded in 2007 by Nate Weiner to help people save interesting articles, videos and more from the web for later enjoyment. Once saved to Pocket, the list of content is visible on any device — phone, tablet or computer.
Pricing: Free & Premium ($4.99 monthly / $44.99 yearly) Availability: Web, iOS/Android, Bookmarklets & also can be integrated via third party apps
Instapaper is a tool for saving web pages to read later on one's Android or iOS device, computer, ereader, or smartphone. The service was founded in 2008 by Marco Arment and had about 2 million users as of late 2011. In 2013, Arment sold a majority stake in Instapaper to Betaworks, where it is now operated.
Pricing: Free & Premium ($2.99 monthly / $29.99 yearly) Availability: Web, iOS/Android, Bookmarklets & also can be integrated via third party apps
Readability is a free reading platform that aims to deliver a great reading experience wherever you are, and to provide a system to connect readers to the writers they enjoy.
Pricing: Free Availability: Web, iOS/Android, Bookmarklets & also can be integrated via third party apps
Out of these three my personal favorite is Instapaper. What's your favorite?