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iOS: If you read a lot, it’s can be helpful to learn speed-reading. One good way to learn is to go through your current backlog of things you want to read. If you have a lot of articles saved in Pocket, Instapaper or Readability, you’re in luck, because Outread will help you get through them and learn speed-reading in the process.
We’ve long been fans of Pocket, the bookmarking service that allows you to save stuff to read or watch later. Now, Pocket has added Highlights, an update that scans your saves and highlights the content most likely to interest you. We chatted with Pocket’s founder Nate Weiner about the app’s newest feature.