100,000 - 500,000 downloads
- Web version support
- Read it offline
- Read it later or now
- Kinder layout than articles' web version
- It doesn't integrate RSS Feeds
Readability is a news feed, reader and browser, all-in-one
Readability web version has been working for a while now, as well as its iOS version. Due to its success, its developers decide the break into the Android Market. What does it do? It turns any web page into a clean-view customized by yourself, for reading now or later on your computer or Android device. The full experience required install the add-on for your web-browser. It allows you to change the view of your browser for a kinder reading, save it to read it later (it automatically sync with your mobile devices) or even send it to your Kindle (via your Kindle account).
Unlike other reader, Readability is also a browser. What does it mean? You can navigate your favorite news sites from the app and after choosing and article you want to read press on "read it now" or "read it later". Then, you'll be able to read it in a kinder layout going back home or even when you get home, in your tablet or laptop (from the web version). You can read it offline, of course.
In a nutshell, Readability works like other "Read it Later" apps, however, it adds three new features: a) send it to Kindle; b) browser navigation; c) Kinder (and customizable) layout for reading. What's more, its minimalist user-friendly interface makes things easier and its transitions effects makes it cuter. We've just found two catches: it's not original, there are well-known app that performs and, in the other hand, it doesn't integrate RSS Feeds. It's annoying switching from RSS Readers to Read-it-later or browser apps. Let's integrate! Anyway, highly recommendable.
Readability turns any Web page into a clean view for reading now or later on your computer or Android device. With the Readability app, you can catch up reading you've saved with the free Readability add-on for your Web browser. Already a favorite on Kindle e-readers, now you can enjoy the benefits of Readability on your Android devices.
Store It. Share It. Read It.
To start saving articles from the Web to Readability, visit the Readability website using your favorite browser and install the free Readability add-on.
Make it a favorite, send to your archive, share with your friends, and more
Readability automatically turns Web pages into a clean, elegant, single-column reading view. With beautiful typography provided by Hoefler & Frere-Jones, the reading experience in Readability is second-to-none. Too busy to read right now? Save any Web page to Readability and it automatically saves on your Web browser or Android device. Once synced, your articles will be there for you--whether you're online or offline. Customize the reading view by adjusting type size, text style, and contrast to your liking.
Readability also provides built-in native sharing support. Post favorite articles along with your own comments on Facebook, Twitter, or by e-mail to your friends. Enjoy an unlimited, search-able archive that syncs on the Web. As soon as you're done reading an article, simply tap it to archive. You can even add articles to your Reading List by e-mail. Copy and paste up to 20 URLs into the body of an e-mail and send that to a personalized address, provided free by Readability.
- removed background polling of Reading List updates
- fixed character encoding issues
- expanded device compatibility and bug fixes
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
Why user needs sign in?
I cant login from my tablet. It's nothing to do with my username and password because i can login via web. Please help
Continuously "checks" for articles in my reading list, but actual reading list never shows up.
This was an awesome read-it-later app, beautiful, streamlined, easy to use across all platforms...until it just stopped syncing. At first, articles saved in my browser began to show slower and slower on my SG4 until they just stopped altogether. I can sti
Have used this for quite a while no but for some reason it no longer remembers the position in the article you reached. I have had quite a few frustrating moments when I've read half of a long news article and then opened it up again later only for it to
Using Android 4.2.2JB (Huawei MT1-U06 mobile phone). About one hour after content (13 items) appeared online, the app started to automatically download six of the items. Still waiting for the rest.