The internet’s a big place and growing all the time—it’s no surprise that many of us rely on a read-it-later tool to stockpile articles and posts we just don’t have time to get to immediately. That’s fine, to a point, but these reading lists can quickly spiral out of control to daunting lengths.
Over the years, Facebook has slowly morphed from a voyeur's wet dream into what is now essentially a popularity-based RSS feed. And since there's only so many listicles one can read in a day, Facebook just added a "Save" feature that compiles all your readables for viewing at your leisure.
Tech blog MyTechSkool has pictures of an alleged new feature being tested in Facebook, where users can bookmark articles from the newsfeed for later reading.
A few months back, Instapaper was acquired by Betaworks, better known as the folks who bought Digg and rescued it from a hell of disuse. Tomorrow, the company is launching an overhauled version of Instapaper concurrently with Apple's iOS 7 launch. Here's a look at the new, flatter, easier-to-use Instapaper.
When I stepped off the plane in Mexico I got that sinking feeling. My iPhone wasn't going to work.
Betaworks, the company that rescued Digg from the toilet, has just bought a majority stake in Instapaper from its founder Marco Arment.
Instapaper, one of the best things to happen to digital reading, has now spawned an iPad magazine, called The Magazine. Besides having a clever title, it's edited by a clever dude, Instapaper founder Marco Arment. But will it be any good?
Android's getting all the pretty toys lately. A few weeks after finally getting in on Instagram, Android finally has its own official Instapaper client. It's available for $3 in the Google Play store, and looks a whole lot like the iOS version, though your purchase doesnt seem to carry over if you own the app for your…
It's iPad Day! Hurray! All your favorite iPad apps, made retina-displayable! Hurr—not so fast. If what Instapaper godfather and iOS dev guru Marco Arment says is true, we might be waiting just a bit longer before we see many retina-caliber apps making their way onto the new iPad.
Instapaper, the cure for having a hundred tabs open in your browser, just got a huge 4.0 update featuring better social integration, a new search service and a sleek new look.
For all the talk about the cloud—"i" or otherwise—a lot of the best apps are the ones that let you work offline almost as efficiently as when you're online. iOS 5 is making that a lot harder to do.
This Reading List feature looks even cooler with the latest build of Lion. One 9to5 Mac reader found out that webpages saved using the tool are synced with iOS devices. This makes using Instapaper on your iPad pretty redundant.
Instapaper, the popular "read it later" app, has added a new social layer in version 3.0. Now you can follow other Instapaper users to see the articles they "like," or browse through hand-picked articles instantly from Editor's Picks. Other nifty features include a "smart rotation lock" to detect accidental rotation,…
Ooh la la! Looks like the Instapaper iOS app, one of our favorite tools, has received quite a makeover and plenty of new features in its latest update:
There are so many apps out there for the iPhone, Android and other phone platforms, but so few essential apps. What's the one app that you just couldn't live without?
Apple's new iPad apps—iBooks, Pages, Keynotes and Numbers—wouldn't be accepted into the App Store if they were submitted by an outside developer. That's because they use private APIs that other devs don't have access to. Yet.