5,000,000 - 10,000,000 downloads
- 130+ integration
- Offline reading
- Desktop/browser/mobile version
- Read articles archived
- Ease of use
- Features we're missing are in the paid version
Read It Later allows you to save webpages, tweets, videos, links even offline
The pro version of Read It Later improves productivity by adding interesting features: preview of attached pictures in articles, tap to save bookmarklet, full screen reader, unread counter among other.
This is a wonderful idea. How many times did you send links/webpages and any other resource to your e-mail (or did bookmark them) in order to read them later? I've made it that way thousands of times. For those who want to watch, read or be up-to-date but who're always in a rush, Read It Later comes up as a revolutionary tool. And, nevertheless, it's a really simple app. Let's zoom in it.
First off, you need to sign up, from the webpage www.readitlaterlist.com or from the app. Just need a username, password and e-mail. Then you'll have your Read It Later profile, that basically is a list of pending readings. How to add resources to that list? Easy. Once the app is installed in your Android, you just need to use the default "Share" option and then choose "Add to Read It Later" on the "Share via" pop-up windows. No matter what it is: webpage, video, tweet, Facebook post, link, e-mail,... All these resources will be added to your queue and it will be accessible from a browser (there are also Read It Later desktop version, Chrome plugins, Mozilla add-on,...).
This way you can add items to your pending list from a computer, browser or mobile device, and check them from that devices too. You can even send items and read them offline. 130+ apps support Read It Later.
Stay organized, you can search, sort or even tag the items in your list. All your read articles are archived, or can be deleted by you.
Read It Later is set in a cool layout, user-friendly interface. It's intuitive, so you get the hang of it immediately. In conclusion, Read It Later belongs to that type of apps that makes our life easier. Congratulations to the developers.
*****Google Play Best of the Best for 2012*****
Pocket lets you take your content with you. Whenever you come across an interesting article, video, or website you want to check out later, you no longer have to send yourself links or bookmark items in your browser. Simply put it in your Pocket.
Once something’s in your Pocket, it automatically syncs across your phone, tablet, and computer so you can view it anytime on any device, without an Internet connection. You can read an article during a flight, see a web page while you wait in line, or watch a video while relaxing at home.
WHAT YOU CAN POCKET
Articles, videos, recipes - anything you find online. It’s easy to save to Pocket from your favorite apps or desktop browser.
If it’s in Pocket, it’s on your phone, tablet, and computer.
EASY ON THE EYES
See your articles, videos, and everything else in a beautiful, easy-to-view layout.
ALL NEW HIGHLIGHTS
Calls out the best and most relevant content in your Pocket for quick browsing.
SAVE FROM ANY APP
Save to Pocket from any app on your Android device. Just tap ‘Add to Pocket’ when sharing a page.
SHARE WHAT YOU LOVE
Easily send to a friend’s Pocket, or share via Facebook, Twitter, or email.
Pocket is free to download and use, and is available on any Android device or tablet.
Save to Pocket with our Browser Extensions for Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Internet Explorer.
Questions about requested permissions? See http://getpocket.com/permissions
Learn more: http://www.getpocket.com/
You can now sign up and log in to Pocket with your Google account.
The new Find & Use Accounts permissions are to enable Google sign in. They are not used unless you sign in using Google. Read more about how Pocket uses permissions at http://getpocket.com/permissions
For more about Google Sign In see our FAQ: http://help.getpocket.com/customer/portal/articles/1453381-google-sign-on-faq
If you have any questions, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for your support!
Only problem is that now i have a huge queue of unread stories to get through.
Works and syncs excelente in all my devices. Many ways to save.
I'm a big fan. I even enjoy receiving the recommendations, which I can't say for practically any other source. Thankyouverymuch, Pocket Team, for an extremely useful and un-annoying app.
Thank you, and finally :)
I give it 5 stars cause I have been needing something like this for quite sometime. If i could add categories that would be awesome.
I've had Pocket for ages, since it was RIL. I love it. It's fantastic way to keep everything you want to read at some point in the future organised. The only problems I'm encountering are that articles from the Financial Times website and app aren't compa
a great app just became better