Scooting around the internet you quite often come across articles that seem interesting but you may not have time to read them there and then, especially if you’re at work. You plan to go back and have a look later but of course you never do and they get forgotten about. Not any more though with Read It Later for iPad. With that app installed, any time you stumble across a feature that takes your fancy all you have to do is add it to your read it later list. It will then be saved offline for you so you can go back at your leisure and read it through in your own time, whether you’re connected to the internet or not.
You’re not limited to articles on your phone either. Once you’ve set up an account you can add articles from your computer then access them on the move via your mobile device just by loogging in.
Articles are presented in a clean and clear way with just the main text, pictures captions and videos so you don’t end up simply looking at web pages offline. All the unnecessary stuff is stripped away. If you want keep your articles you can add tags and they’re also searchable should you accumulate a large archive.
Whatever your needs, once you start using Read It Later Pro you’ll find it’s one of those apps that makes you wonder how you ever managed without it. It’s so simple to use and the fact that you can access your account from anywhere means your never need miss out on cool web content ever again, no matter how busy you are at the time. You’ll absent mindedly build up an archive of interesting stuff in no time, probably without even realizing, and you’ll never be stuck on the train or anywhere else with nothing to read again.
It could also turn into a great personal information resource since you can keep as many articles as you like. If you want to see it in action there’s a free version available in the App Store, just search for Read It Later Free. The main difference is that it doesn’t save any image or video content so all you get are the words.
We’re pretty sure though that once you get into using it regularly you’ll want to stump up for the Pro version. That seems like a pretty reasonable investment given that this is something you’re likely to keep coming back to again and again.
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